If you have multiple Android devices, Google's new Android Device Manager app will be a welcome addition.
Next-gen network pilot sees sustained speeds of 280Mbps.
Phishing campaigns are constantly evolving and it can be too easy to fall for them -- so what types of email should you stay vigilant against?
Making things right when something goes wrong, and a summary of what I have seen and done in this series.
2013 has seen several startups launch new smartphones, and while many can't keep up with Apple, Samsung, Nokia and other OEMs on specs, they all manage to bring something unique.
The file-sharing platform has managed to secure millions in a fresh round of funding.
EC wonks are set to get 4G connections next year after a change in the law.
More global companies could follow Google's lead in rolling out a data center in Taiwan, according to its government, which will help further grow the cloud industry.
Forrester predicts India's tech spending next year will be driven by a strong customer focus.
The details of NBN Co's strategic review will be pored over for the next few days, but these are the basic numbers that NBN Co has compiled comparing the different policies.
After a handful of previous attempts, the Greens party has finally gained an inquiry into the Telecommunications Act that will look at surveillance conducted in Australia.
The new Commonwealth Bank of Australia app provides native NFC support for the first time, but only in two specific variants of an Android handset.
Vodafone CEO Bill Morrow has said that his decision to leave the company to join NBN Co shows that the mobile company is stabilising.
HP has quickly made itself a key supplier of some of the most important technologies of the present corporate era: cloud computing and big data processing.
The mass collection of telephone data is necessary to monitor communications between terrorist suspects, the head of a US spy agency has said.
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