Technology News - Inside Retail Asia
Critics ponder whether tech company is still capable of innovation.
Mobile advertising company S4M has launched a service to target more than 30 million air travellers a week.
Nestle Japan has extended its offering from coffee to music as part of a promotional event for its Nescafe Gold Blend Barista instant coffee.
The number of connected devices is expected to reach more than 46 billion in five years as the cost of enabling technology plummets.
Apple Korea aims to sell 2.9 million iPhones in Korea this year, giving it about 15 per cent market share.
IT chain store Com7, under the Banana brand, has bought 44 BKK outlets from Bangkok Telecom 999.
MasterCard Myanmar has announced its first payment product, a prepaid travel card.
Almost every retailer in a survey on technology adoption said they plan to deploy two or more disruptive technologies to boost competitiveness.
Pizza Hut China’s latest Shanghai outlet features two robot waiters.
Ride-sharing app Grab launches cashless mobile payment service GrabPay Credits in Singapore and Indonesia.
The world is on the brink of a revolution that will transform the way we live, work and play.
Connected appliance sales globally will surge a massive 493 per cent by 2020 according to new research by Euromonitor.