Slightly edging out forecasts, Apple’s revenue from services grew 19 percent from a year ago, but it was not enough to offset a slowdown in iPhone and iPad sales, which dragged down overall revenue for the second quarter in a row.
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Italian jeweler Bulgari is crossing over into the consumer solutions sector with the introduction of its Bulgari Vault mobile application.
The Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is helping consumers reshape their relationship with their mobile devices with its first Digital Detox Weekend Retreat.
Worries of data breaches and concerns for cyber security have risen as hackers become increasingly sophisticated, targeting affluents while they shop at high-end department stores and stay at the industry’s finest hotel properties.
Italy’s Dolce & Gabbana is letting consumers feel the music with a fully functional boom box-shaped handbag.
Apple has opened both Siri and iMessage to developers, taking advantage of the significant interest in voice-based services and next-generation messaging to attract marketers and breathe new life into the iPhone.
Although the art of purchasing via Apple Watch applications has not yet reached its zenith – with 24 percent of consumers wary of making impulse buys on the wearable – retailers can fuel sales by offering in-store shoppers easy access to coupons and loyalty programs, according to a GPShopper report.
In honor of Muslim holy month Ramadan, cell phone manufacturer Vertu has tapped Arab calligraphy artist Wissam Shawkat for a bespoke collection.
German fashion label Porsche Design is fusing fashion, technology and sport with the development of a 2-in-1 device.
With Google’s announcement yesterday of an Android virtual reality platform called Daydream, a new headset for smartphones and applications in the works from a number of big brands, the company hopes to unlock consumer adoption and new marketing opportunities for virtual reality.