For Korean Samsung customers who had to exchange their faulty Galaxy Note 7 for a S7 or S7 Edge, the company will offer a 50 percent monthly discount when they switch to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8.
Should US companies move their European HQ from Britain? There's a tremendous amount of uncertainty about the future. But in the meantime, Brexit has a serious silver lining...
The university has launched the Sydney Social Innovation Hub on campus in Sydney to spark entrepreneurship.
Satellite connectivity for the IoT will turn it into the 'internet of everywhere', according to Inmarsat, which will provide networks globally for Vodafone.
In the rush to roll out LTE mobile networks worldwide, basic security measures are ignored. More than two years after problems were first exposed, roaming data links are still at risk.
Apple's latest smartphone sold over 200,000 units over the weekend in South Korea and will likely sell over 300,000 by the end of the month.
Smart cities promise to streamline communications, improve the lives of citizens, and save energy and money. This guide looks at the emergence of smart city technologies and how they’re working so far....
With the hearings for the Census Inquiry by the Senate Standing Committee on Economics set to begin this week, the Australian Bureau of Statistics has inked a AU$20 million deal with Accenture to redevelop its data collection process.
Financial regulatory authorities from both jurisdictions have signed an agreement that will encourage the discussion of cross-border technology concerns.
Despite being described as a 'central component' of FttDP in NBN's recently commissioned Ovum report, ZDNet understands G.fast will not be immediately enabled for the 2018 FttDP launch.
The first interbank trade transaction combining blockchain technology, smart contracts, and the Internet of Things has been executed by Commonwealth Bank, Wells Fargo, and Brighann Cotton.