It was announced this week that the Nokia 3310 – perhaps the definitive mobile of our time, bar the iPhone – is being reissued. While it may seem surprising, it’s just the latest brand to capitalise on the nostalgic trend, with a stream of seemingly defunct names and products enjoying resurgence.
With a surge in interest for electric cars, brands are looking at ways to make the vehicles more convenient to run – enter the ‘charge & park’ concept.
When it comes to bioprinting, beauty brands are only just testing the waters. One brand, however, has been making waves – as well as making headlines…
CES 17, Vegas’ annual tech show, ramped driverless cars up a gear with breakout brands and some seriously cool concepts. Read on for our highlights.
The International Data Corporation (IDC) reported in December that basic wearables account for a massive 85% of the total US wearables market. But is all that about to change? Here are 3 reasons we think this is the rise before the fall.
When smartphones started to take off, sales of BlackBerry – with its huge Qwerty keyboard – slumped. At CES 2017, with its keyboard intact, BlackBerry staged its comeback – but now, the brand has brought its A-game.
Our newest blog series, The Beauty Bulletin, explores the latest make-up marvels to hit the market – and the techier, the better. Here are the 3 need-to-know trends that are happening right now.
We’ve touched on the importance of gaming before in previous articles. Now we’re thinking bigger: how is the evolution of gaming affecting the retail sphere?