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Product variety causes consumers to discount influencer recommendation
A new study has shown that when a product has variety consumers are likely to discount positive recommendations for it.
Barriers to smartwatch adoption are proving difficult to overcome
Many of you just don't see the point in purchasing and using a smartwatch.
Report: Apple Watch and wearables just aren't impressing consumers
Do you plan to purchase a smartwatch or another wearable?
NHL wants to use big data to help give fans new insight into game
The NHL wants to provide collected game data straight to viewers, and it looks like big data could be the answer.
Australian provider Telstra fined for misleading Apple iPhone ads
Misleading iPhone 6 advertisements has seen this Aussie provider slapped with $102,000 AU in fines.
Xiaomi continues expansion at its own pace, less concerned of rivals
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is not going to expand too quickly and spread itself thin.
50% of consumers thinking of a smart wristband will buy a smartwatch
Half of consumers in the market for a smart wristband next year will instead choose a smartwatch.
Gartner: Family home could have more than 500 smart devices by 2022
Gartner predicts affluent homes could have hundreds of smart connected devices in the household by 2022.
Gartner: Consumer 3D printing is at least five years away
Consumer 3D printing interest is still at least five years away, and it will take time for the market to mature further, Gartner notes.
Vending machines evolving, going high-tech with better products
Vending machines are becoming snazzy, offering higher quality foods, electronics, beauty products, and a wide selection of products.
Apple iPhone sales aren't expected to grow, but we aren't surprised
iPhone sales begin to come to a crawl when compared to previous quarters.
Google begins same-day delivery pilot in San Francisco
Same-day delivery pilot goes live for Google in San Francisco.
Samsung executives are paranoid, are playing the market safely and dominating in the meantime
Samsung executives are playing the market wisely, yet are still paranoid of how volatile it is.
Anonymous' latest trick is posting Bank of America's spying data online
Bank of America spying on consumers? Anonymous' latest data is trying to prove that.
EA to build micro-transactions into all games, on all platforms
Micro-transactions to become the norm in all games from EA, no matter the platform.
For the first time in five years, PC sales drop in Q4 2012
PC market suffers more, for the first time in five years PC sales from in Q4 2012.
Beats Audio to release new music streaming service later this year
New music streaming service to be launched later this year from Beats Audio.
Lenovo Unleashes New Windows 8 Touch Devices
Online holiday spending estimated to reach $43.4 billion this year
Online holiday shopping to be huge this year, estimated to reach $43.4 billion.
Microsoft Launches Windows 8 in Australia
Apple jumped the iShark, but it's going to get uglier in the future
Apple's dominance in the market is showing signs of disturbance. In this editorial Anthony tells us what he thinks could happen.
NYT: Patent litigation is hurting innovation
The New York Times talk about patent litigation, say its hurting innovation.
Artists make more money streaming a song to a user on Spotify, than they do on iTunes Match
An artist streaming a single song on Spotify makes more money than streaming to iTunes Match consume.