Cosmetics firm Mary Kay Inc. has filed to sue coupon website RetailMeNot for trademark infringement after falsely listing promotions for its items on the site.
Despite rumours to the contrary, it would seem Microsoft isn’t quite ready to kill off Internet Explorer as its go-to web browser just yet.
In the wake of the $6 million acquisition of digital commerce consultancy Amblique, Chinese based solution provider eCargo has announced a number of new local clients, including the likes of Sass & Bide and The Warehouse.
Australia’s Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull is investigating ways to impose the GST on online advertising sold to Australians by offshore companies such as Google.
Facebook looks set to have yet another go at e-commerce, this time via the acquisition of The Find, a popular product search engine.
German supermarket chain Aldi sees Australia as a lucrative region and plans to apply the pressure on Coles and Woolworths by expanding its local footprint.
Australian digital industry body AIMIA hosted its annual awards ceremony last night, honouring innovators and outstanding products of the past year in the digital space.
Australian internet service provider TPG has announced plans to buy rival ISP iiNet this morning, in a deal to the tune of $1.4 billion.
Beginning online to migrating to bricks-and-mortar stores across the US, eyeglass chain Warby Parker has drawn fund interest amid anticipating growth.
UK startup Wilderooms is launching a try-before-you-buy service, allowing customers to order clothes from multiple retailers and try them on before purchasing.