Food service is the next industry to be turned on its head by automation
The fourth quarter of 2017 marks the first year-on-year decline in sales in the smartphone market.
Budget cuts and other restraints are hampering the government from effectively protecting itself against cyberattacks.
While millions work in office environments where an iPhone or Galaxy phone work just fine, there is a segment of the population that functions in adverse environments where a glass sandwich phone just doesn't cut it. That's where Cat phones step in to shine.
LG Electronics will unveil new versions of its mid-tier smartphones with additional camera features at next week's Mobile World Congress.
Within the first 100 days of the Netherlands scheme, the Dutch Data Protection Authority received 1,000 data breach notifications. Will Australia see the same impact?
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Qualcomm's future Snapdragon 5G mobile chipsets will be manufactured using Samsung's 7-nanometer Low Power Plus (LPP) extreme ultra violet (EUV) process.
Australia's new Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton has said a facial recognition trial at Canberra Airport has so far resulted in a 90 percent strike rate.
A security researcher hijacked 700 domains and subdomains in less than a minute.
More than 30 percent of Qantas' domestic fleet has been fitted out with on-board Wi-Fi connectivity at a rate of around one aircraft per week, the airline has revealed.