Coca-Cola’s new healthier soda variant is taking a huge blow in Australia, barely a month after it was released. Woolworths, the largest supermarket chain in the country, is refusing to stock new Coca-Cola No Sugar in its stores, and this could affect badly its already dwindling sales.
When someone mentions a new Australian business, it is usually assumed that it would be an organisation that’s at least based on Australian soil. However, a new trend of rising business opportunities in China has resulted in quite a lot of small and medium-sized businesses leaving Australia and setting up shop over there.
Google has been fined a record €2.42 billion (AU$3.61 billion) for breaking competition rules. The European Commission accused the online media giant of abusing its market dominance as a search engine.
Apple has effectively shut down Westpac’s mobile banking keyboard app. The Australian bank will remove its Westpac Keyboard function on iOS in July after the US-based tech giant pulled the plug on it.
The Tesla Model X has created history by outperforming any other SUV as far as safety is concerned. The company believes it is because of the low centre of gravity that is the result of the bulky battery pack installed on the bottom of the car.
Softbank has acquired two robotics firm, ramping up their vision of seeing new technology. Boston Dynamics and Schaft are trying to push forward in the business-technology market.
Tesla Model 3 users won’t be spoilt with choice at first; Model Y could be the first fully-autonomous EV
The Tesla Model 3 will start rolling out soon, and fans of the electric vehicle want to know whether they will be spoilt with choices. Latest reports suggest buyers will get only two choices in configuration.
Tesla Model Y update: Capital cost may go up significantly if Musk drops shared platform manufacturing model
Tesla Model 3 is undoubtedly the most talked about electric vehicle (EV) currently, with the car slated to release this year. Another EV that is expected to come out of the house of Tesla is the Model Y.
Tesla Model 3 leaks are coming thick and fine. A recent one has revealed a feature not everyone may like. The electric vehicle (EV) is one of the most highly anticipated cars of this year and everyone is desperate to know more about this secretive and affordable vehicle.
Hello Games is not ready to throw in the towel yet and will continue to release updates for "No Man's Sky."
The final specs of the Tesla Model 3 have not been revealed yet though a comparison chart recently showed up on a Tesla forum that offered some insights into the electric sedan’s specs. Ford’s first EV may have an edge over Tesla Model Y.
One of Australia‘s most senior cyber crime investigators has warned that the country’s “critical infrastructure and systems of national significance” are being targeted by international hackers.
Tesla Model 3 and SolarCity update: Shares tumble, costs rise and competitors encroach; Automaker could be in a spot of bother
Lyndon Rive, CEO and co-founder of SolarCity, is leaving Tesla in June, not even completing a year after his firm was acquired by cousin Elon Musk. Lyndon wants to spend time with his family and also start a new company.
Medicinal cannabis: Australia receives first licensed import of marijuana; Experts speaks on benefits of growing the drug locally
The first licensed imports of cannabis have arrived in Perth, and seriously ill Australians can now access the imported medical marijuana. The drug has been imported Down Under in a joint collaboration between Swiss cannabis company Creso Pharma and Australian wholesale company Health House International.
Telstra will be refunding customers who are not getting the speed they were promised from nbn. The Australian telco admitted that about 1 percent of its nbn customers were promised speeds that could not be achieved realistically at their location.
A new high-tech precinct at Badgerys Creek airport will create hundreds of jobs in western Sydney.
Thailand is demanding Facebook to block access to 131 web pages that its government deems illegal. Authorities will summon representative of the social media giant if it doesn’t comply by Tuesday morning.
Tesla Model Y and Model 3 update: Batteries to last 20 years; Vehicles may be similar in design and feature
Recent reports are of the opinion that Tesla’s use of aluminium could mean that its cars, including Model 3, and batteries could last for 20 years.
Pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson has been ordered by court to pay US$110 million (AU$149 million) to a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer from using the brand’s talcum powder for four decades.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has admitted a mistake, and that’s the confusing name for his electric sedan Model 3. He recently revealed that the name has confused many and hurt sales.
NBA: Lonzo Ball ZO2 signature shoes priced outrageously high, LaVar Ball overlooks impact on consumer market
Big Baller Brand has revealed the Lonzo Ball ZO2, the company's signature shoe line created by LaVar Ball for his son Lonzo.
Uniqlo recently teamed up with Nintendo for a t-shirt design contest that prompted fans to come up with their own motifs featuring some beloved Nintendo franchises. Here are the top designs that made the cut.
Westpac has come up with a new climate change position statement and action plan that ruled out the funding of projects using highest quality coal in advanced power generation technologies.
Dr David Dao, the United Airlines passenger who was pulled out of his seat and dragged off a flight, has obtained an undisclosed amount of money from the airline.
Toyota announced on Thursday that it would recall its 2016 and 2017 model-year Toyota Tacoma due to possible leaked oil leading to the damaging of the car's rear differential.
These are hard times for Tesla, and on top of that its top manufacturing executive has quit. Model 3 release is just months away, and this shake-up at the executive level was the last thing the company wanted.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has noted that the global economy has recovered in investment, manufacturing and trade.
Review website Finder has released an analysis on the major supermarkets within Australia and other retail stores overseas.
Andrew Little, Leader of Labour Party, said that the country should rethink its current setting after an unprecedented influx of immigrants in New Zealand.
Furla has bought back from Luxury Retail Group (LRG) its Australian distribution network.
Westpac has announced that its home loan fixed rate would increase across its owner occupier and investment products.
An Israeli start-up company, Otonomo, was competing with Google and Apple in monetising personal data within the car industry.
Tesla is recalling 53,000 of its Model S and Model X vehicles assembled in 2016 to replace faulty electronic parking brakes. The US luxury electric car manufacturer’s shares dropped over 1 percent following its announcement on Thursday.