German fashion label Porsche Design is furthering its collaboration with BlackBerry for the P’9982 smartphone and a crocodile model limited to 500 units that will be sold at British retailer Harrods.
Software and technology
Italy’s Gucci is teaming up with Twitter to continue the charitable efforts of its Chime for Change organization Dec. 5-7 with a hackathon called “Chime Hack” to create mobile applications to assist women and girls in need.
Newly-formed VIA International is providing homeowners with digital concierge services ranging from automatic blinds, hidden media devices, lighting functions and more.
German automaker Mercedes-Benz is looking to stay ahead of its competitors by fine-tuning a Google Glass door-to-door navigation system that will likely pique the interest of technology enthusiasts.
Magazines rank as the No. 1 platform for advertisers to engage with affluent consumers of all ages, according to a new report from the Shullman Research Center.
Instagram is becoming a core platform for brands to engage with consumers since it registers consumer engagement 18 times that of Facebook and 48 times that of Twitter, according to the latest report from L2 Think Tank.
High-end smartphone manufacturer Vertu announced a partnership with mobile management company Red Bend Software to give customers more reliability through seamless software updates and enhanced mobile service.
Facebook is inspiring fashion decisions for more than half of women who find fashion and beauty extremely important, according to a new report from NetBase.
Twitter is opening up its television advertising targeting product to United States companies that run national commercials, enabling luxury brands to extend conversations with consumers and boost campaigns.
Swiss Watchmaker TAG Heuer is targeting affluent travelers with its new Meridiist smartphones equipped with features similar to its timepieces.