News this week in iOS saw the release of iOS 8.4, word that Apple is giving better battery warranties, and that iPhone owners are more loyal than Samsung phone owners.
Apple is, as we've come to expect, tight-lipped as to how the new iPhone will differ from the existing offering. But where there's an information vacuum, there are no end of rumors and speculation ready to fill it.
This week in Android saw reports of a new browser by Cyanogenmod, leaks of the S6 Edge Plus, and word of a security flaw affecting LG phones.
A hacker is demanding payment -- or Plex will find its data spread across the Internet.
ARIN reports it only has about two to four weeks of IPv4 Internet address blocks left.
Like a Labor MP during Question Time under Speaker Bronwyn Bishop, the humble BlackBerry smartphone has been kicked out of the Australian Parliament.
Along with throwing out ActiveX, VBScript, and IE8 quirks mode, Microsoft has decided that Silverlight has no place in its upcoming Edge browser.
The US city of Philadelphia has legalised Airbnb and other short-term rental facilities, embracing the sharing economy by regulating services.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has issued a request for tender as it seeks a new core banking solution.
British internet service provider Sky has called for a full separation of BT's wholesale and retail arms, accusing the incumbent of failing to adequately maintain the last mile of copper lines.
The initial launch of Apple Music has skipped the Chinese mainland, but in future faces stiff competition from local music-streaming services Tencent and Baidu, which shoulder high-cost royalties in order to provide low-cost services to consumers.
Barrie Sheers selected to lead Microsoft NZ as Paul Muckleston moves into a new role.
iiNet will provide cloud services to three agencies of the government of South Australia on a consumption-based pricing model, the company has announced.
Microsoft and Kyocera have settled a dispute over Android patents, and simultaneously entered into a patent cross-licensing arrangement about which no details are available.
Analyst Gene Munster suggests that Apple Music is all about selling more devices. That makes no sense. Instead, look for Apple to recoup its $3 billion Beats investment in short order.
Microsoft is in the home stretch with Windows 10. Yet another new test build for PCs, Build 10162, is available to Fast Ring testers.
On the heels of a major coup in the DARPA Robotics Challenge, Open Source Robotics Foundation CEO Brian Gerkey talks humanoid disaster robots, drones, and the open source future of the flourishing robotics industry.
James is Intel's highest ranking female executive. She will stay with Intel until January to help with the transition.