NEW YORK – A Citi executive at the Global Mobile Internet Conference New York 2015 revealed the best practices retailers should follow when entering the wearable space, including the importance of quick and painless features.
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Danish audio and video brand Bang & Olufsen has been selected as the first technology company to be featured at the Dover Street Market in New York.
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German automaker Mercedes-Benz is helping drivers obtain the ultimate in mobile connectivity with an application for the Apple Watch.
Of the top 10 luxury brands analysed by Millward Brown and WPP for the “BrandZ Top 10 Luxury Brands” ranking, only Chanel and Louis Vuitton showed growth from the year-ago period.
British smartphone manufacturer Vertu is ensuring its consumers and enthusiasts are up-to-date on brand happenings through an updated newsletter program.
FLORENCE, Italy – Luxury goods are described as made by the hands of skilled artisans, but Sir Jonathan Ive of Apple argued at the Condé Nast International Luxury Conference April 22 that all devices, even those in the technology space, have handcrafted elements.
Marketers are expected to spend nearly $70 million on smartwatch advertisements by 2019, according to a report by Juniper Research.
British department store Harrods is hosting its first technology branded takeover with Samsung to showcase a range of electronics including its Galaxy S6 smartphone released April 10.
Technology manufacturer Apple is showing its Apple Watch in action through a virtual tour presented through an email blast.