take that, apple
We read rumors that Samsung and LG were working on flexible smartphone displays and it seems Samsung is first out of the gate with the Galaxy Round launching in Korea.
Optus will supply telecommunications services to airline company Virgin Australia over the next five years in a deal worth AU$60 million.
Labor MP Ed Husic blasts Coalition hypocrisy over NBN Co CEO appointment, retrograde NBN policy in wide-ranging address to telecommunications industry summit.
While sheltering protesters, the hotel's staff asked police if they had a reservation.
GM takes a page out of Tesla's playbook.
A poll by research group Roy Morgan has found that Australians overwhelmingly choose a cheaper deal for broadband rather than faster connection speeds, while an Australian Industry group survey shows businesses are more concerned about quality and reliability.
Staff employees are more likely than upper-level executives to be pushing for a faster pace of digital transformation.
Jellyfish are tough, and they're causing problems. But ripping them apart the way the Jellyfish Elimination Robotic Swarm does might actually lead to more of them.
The PC maker, which recently revamped its range of business devices, says Windows 8 has barely made a dent in its enterprise customer base, despite the push away from Windows XP.
These rumors never seem to get old.
Microsoft is rolling out new Skype updates for Android tablets, including the new Kindle Fires, as well as for iOS 7 devices.
China employs about 2 million people to scan the web looking for criminal or political content.
After conquering the home thermostat, former Apple employee (and member of the original iPod team) Tony Fadell launches Nest Protect, a smoke and carbon monoxide detector for the iPhone generation.
From the customer side, the advantage is being able to pay virtually instantly with all of the billing and shipping data being filled in by Amazon.
October's patches are described in eight bulletins and address problems in Windows, Office, SharePoint Server, Silverlight, and Internet Explorer. One of the IE bugs has been exploited in the wild for some time now.
No one company (and possibly no government) has ever had the power to shut off an individual's personal connections like Facebook does today.
The developer program is also a strategy to pull businesses into the wider Amazon empire -- if they're not subscribers already.
If you thought the hybrid cloud was hyped already you just wait. And software-defined everything will be spouted from a vendor near you.