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The company, which includes fashion legends such as Louis Vuitton and Fendi, is considering a partnership with a tech company to build a smartwatch of its own.
The agreement calls for eBay and the French luxury goods maker to "combat" counterfeit items that wind their way onto the online marketplace, says Reuters.
The Hurun Research Institute says iPhones and other Apple gadgets are the most popular gifts among China's wealthy, beating out luxury brands like Louis Vuitton and Chanel.
With tech apparently heading toward inevitable wearability, might Cupertino be tempted to have a few smaller high-tech/high fashion brands under its wing?
The company nabs the vice president of sales and retail from Tag Heuer, as it reportedly gears up to launch an iWatch later this year.
Selling hardware means a lot of work for little profit. But is hardware the perfect candidate for tech companies to ditch? Not a chance.
The U.S. Supreme Court dismisses the jewelry maker's appeal of a 2008 ruling in favor of eBay in a trademark infringement suit.
Legislation allowing federal government to pull the plug on Web sites suspected of piracy advances after push from major content providers, despite warnings that it violates First Amendment.
A proposed law allowing the government to pull the plug on Web sites accused of piracy has picked up a sizable political boost.
The auction site received a favorable ruling in the longstanding suit brought on by Tiffany & Co. over the sale of counterfeit goods.