Computer & Electronics

Teespring Adds 'Digital Merchandise' to Its Product Offering for Online Content Creators
October 15, 2020 at 12:43 pm

Following up on its moves to give TikTok and YouTube creators ways to sell merchandise directly in-app, Teespring is now giving online content creators the option of selling “digital merchandise.” It’s an interesting twist for a company that built itself on T-shirts to now deal with digital products like filters, digital planners and other social-media ready “items"...

Vantage Apparel Launches Pop-Up Webstore Solution for the Holidays
October 6, 2020 at 11:30 am

Vantage Apparel, Avenel, N.J., has launched a new holiday pop-up webstore solution to distributors that guarantees apparel shipped and delivered before the holidays. Aptly named “the Candy Cane Store,” the e-commerce-enabled site can be live for up to three weeks, and features the top gift-giving apparel ideas for the holiday season. Distributors can purchase the…

Travis Scott Sued Over Promotional Product That Allegedly Ripped Off Video Game Company's Joystick Design
October 1, 2020 at 10:12 am

After rap mega-star Travis Scott held a “virtual concert” for fans in Fortnite, his creative team was looking for a way to promote it with merchandise. Naturally, being that it was on a video game, the idea of branded thumbsticks—little pads for customizing a controller's joysticks—made sense. But gaming equipment company KontrolFreek is now saying that Scott and his label Cactus Jack stole the design...

Apple Is Going After a Small Meal Prep App's Pear Logo
September 8, 2020 at 11:29 am

Apple's current fight against Prepear, a small meal planning app, is a pretty clear David and Goliath scenario. Apple thinks that Prepear’s logo is too similar to its own, and is going after its trademark for the pear logo. Prepear’s parent company, Super Healthy Kids, took to Instagram to try to rally support from customers and onlookers...

Wearable Tech Could Make Travel and Tourism Possible Again
August 26, 2020 at 12:37 pm

One of the biggest difficulties in limiting the spread of COVID-19 has been the daunting task of tracing contacts and mitigating the spread from tourists entering countries. An answer to the problem might be wearable technology. Singapore is one example that has used wearable tech to track returning residents during a 14-day quarantine...

C-Slide’s Work-From-Home Webcam Cover Receives National Attention on CNBC
July 30, 2020 at 11:16 am

C-Slide, Lehi, Utah, was featured in CNBC’s “Make It” list for being a critical product to have when working from home. With the current trend of working from home in less-secure environments, the need for C-Slide’s anti-hacking, privacy-protecting products has increased globally. “Cybersecurity experts everywhere are warning people to take webcam spying seriously now more…

Dale Denham Named to 2021 Constellation Research Business Transformation 150
July 8, 2020 at 2:40 pm

Constellation Research recognized Geiger senior vice president and CIO Dale Denham in its 2021 Business Transformation 150, an elite list of executives leading business transformation efforts around the globe. Denham was recognized for his continuous success in leading digital transformation efforts with significant business outcomes...