By ZDNet Staff
| February 17, 2008 -- 13:47 GMT (05:47 PST)
| Topic: Innovation
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Palm: Drop your 'phone companion' price before Amazon squashes you like the insect you are
$350 for a carrier-locked device is too much money for a smartwatch that, well, isn't one and has very little unique value proposition.
The Brexit dilemma: Will London's start-ups stay or go?
The capital's tech companies are trying to plot a course that will steer them past Brexit. That will mean some difficult decisions ahead.
Here are the 10 top tech trends you need to understand right now
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Samsung expands processor and image sensor brands to automotive
Samsung Electronics has introduced new brands in its semiconductor component business -- processors and image sensors -- for automotive applications.
Alibaba wants to diversify Hong Kong and believes startups are the key
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NSW Land Registry to trial blockchain for conveyancing
The state wants to transition completely to eConveyancing by July 1, 2019.
NAB, Westpac-backed Slyp gets AU$2m to develop in-app digital receipt capability
In addition to NAB Ventures' equity investment, the bank plans on integrating Slyp's technology into its own banking services.
Google to device makers: You do you, and I'll do me