Apple could be about to give its iPhone Upgrade Program a shot in the arm by allowing customers to trade in and ultimately upgrade their older broken iPhones.
Google is rolling out a new update for Android Wear smartwatches that fully enables the hardware already on your wrist.
A Portuguese team equipped with Raspberry Pi controllers and homemade boats is first to demonstrate a swarm of intelligent aquatic surface robots in a real-world environment.
Apple's iPhone remains the most widely-used smartphone in the US, where mobile market penetration now nudges 80 percent.
For implementing a policy that is without a breach-notification scheme, or potentially a working implementation despite it being in force, the Attorney-General's Department has awarded the team behind Australia's data-retention scheme.
An audit report from the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has dismissed claims by the government that call drop numbers have fallen.
The market leader in self-service data discovery and visualisation, Tableau 9.2 continues to improve and delight with plenty of enhancements to help keep the competition at bay.
The arrival of Firefox 2.6 in May will mark the last release of Firefox OS supported on smartphones.
A survey of F5 customers confirms everything is connected.
Despite Samsung only launching the blocker on Sunday, it has been disabled 'for violating the Developer Distribution Agreement', according to Google.
MYOB plans to bring its transaction processing, compliance, and advisory tools together onto a common platform in order to break down existing silos.
The 1800MHz spectrum auction raised AU$543.5 million, with Optus, Telstra, TPG, and Vodafone all taking a slice of the spectrum band to bring more coverage to regional Australia.
The reuse of login details on Alibaba's Taobao has allowed an attack on 5 percent of the accounts on Alibaba's Chinese retail sites.
In its first earnings report since going public, Sydney's Atlassian has posted $20.3 million in non-IFRS operating income, with $109.7 million in revenue for the second quarter of the fiscal year.
NBN has grown its revenue by 152.3 percent, to AU$164 million, but with a net loss of AU$1.24 billion for the six-month period.
The figures for the three months to December were worse than analysts' expectations and Sharp's fifth straight quarter of loss.
The research firm's latest figures represent an increase from $2.46 trillion in 2015.
Tableau said it saw some sales softness in the fourth quarter, which was better than expected. New Relic and MobileIron also reported.
Almost nine-out-of-ten vulnerabilities targeting Windows last year could have been prevented by removing accounts with administrative rights.