EU Parliament advances on groundbreaking AI Act
European Parliament's core groups ratified a landmark AI Act, potentially forming the world's first legislation on artificial intelligence technology usage, ahead of April's vote.
US holiday online retail surges to USD $222.1 billion amid difficult economy
US consumers fuel a 4.9% YoY boost to holiday online retail sales, hitting USD $222 billion. Growth is driven by big discounts, rising use of Buy Now, Pay Later options and mobile purchases dominating.
Criteo's '2023 Double Days Preview' report unveils insights for SEA brands
Criteo's '2023 Double Days Preview' report highlights SEA performance strategies, revealing massive sales potential in key holiday seasons.
Adeney Private Hospital in Victoria to be first in APAC utilising MEG system
Adeney Private Hospital, set to open in 2024 in Victoria, will be the first in the Asia-Pacific to use the MEG Quality Management System.
Samsung Electronics Australia releases limited edition Galaxy Z Flip5 Retro
Samsung Electronics Australia introduces the Galaxy Z Flip5 Retro, a flashback to its groundbreaking SGH-E700.
eBay and Shippit partner to simplify shipping of bulky items for small sellers
eBay and Shippit have joined forces to simplify the delivery of bulky items, aiding small businesses and hobby sellers.
Intel to spin off PSG as standalone business, Sandra Rivera appointed CEO
The giant chip manufacturer is spinning off its Programmable Solutions Group under a new CEO, with plans for an ongoing partnership.
Keysight Technologies unveils new Suite, fast-tracking design & validation of electronics
Keysight Technologies launches EDA 2024, an electronic design automation software, to bolster productivity and expedite design validation.
New report shows 66.6% decrease in Panasonic NZ profits
The report shows that Panasonic NZ’s revenue increased from NZD $169.9 million in 2022 to NZD $176.5 million in 2022, an increase of 3.8%.
Anechoic chamber market expected to be US$6.64 billion by 2033: FMI
According to Future Market Insights, the growing usage of industry-specific customised anechoic chambers is the market's salient factor.
BOM IT partners Byteback to help the IT industry cut carbon
BOM IT Solutions has partnered with the electronic waste company, Byteback, to help the IT sector reduce its electronic waste and cut its carbon footprint.
Software aggregator Software Combined acquires Last Yard
With its sixth acquisition, Software Combined has cemented its position as Australia’s leading company investing in established software businesses.
Arnies Recon to help e-recycle during the festive season
Arnies Recon has saved over 4.5 thousand tonnes of appliances and electronics from landfill in the last three years.
How a major electronics retailer ended the bot menace on its portal
A large electronic goods retailer is facing a major bot problem, with eight million visits in a week to scrape pricing and product info without permission.
Nano-based products propel electronic materials market
The rising use of wireless computing devices is one of the primary factors driving the electronic materials and chemicals market share.
New Zealand tech company acquires SmarTest Electronics
Quantifi Photonics has acquired SmarTest Electronics to fast-track product development for the optical communications test market.
High demand from electronics makers sparks computer chip shortage
A global shortage of computer chips is likely to persist for another 18 months, according to an Australasian manufacturing business.
Renesas launches industry leading functional safety solutions
Renesas Electronics Corporation has launched functional safety solutions that meet the IEC61508 standard for both its RA and RX Families of microcontrollers.
Intel & QuTech outline 'milestone' in quantum computing
'Horse Ridge' could pave the way for further understanding how quantum practicality could solve real-world problems.
IESA launches first overseas office in Taipei following huge semiconductor growth
India's electronics system design and manufacturing industry is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 16-23% to reach USD$172-228b by 2020.
Interview: Telstra on why the electronic and cyber security worlds must converge
Isolation is a thing of the past - at least when it comes to electronic and cyber security. They are rapidly converging. How will they work together?.
Auckland mobile trader charged; Best Buy pleads guilty in ongoing ComCom action
The Commerce Commission has filed charges against an Auckland company, while another has pleaded guilty in an ongoing crackdown on mobile traders.
Harvey Norman NZ stores see near $100m revenue increase, 60% profit jump
Harvey Norman's New Zealand stores logged a stellar FY2016, with a $98.5 million increase in revenue - and a 60% jump in net profit.
Two Auckland mobile traders fined $171,500 for contract failing
Two mobile traders have been fined $171,500 for failing to provide borrowers with legally required information.