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With more than 100 million customers with iPhone 4s and lower devices, the demand for the larger screen iPhone 6 may be insatiable, say analysts.
As Australian telcos line up to lure customers on the back of the expected release of Apple's iPhone 6, Telstra is matching Optus' offer and raising a replacement handset after 12 months.
Optus is looking to capitalise on the estimated 1.2 million customers coming out of their contracts, offering up to AU$450 in credit to pay out customer plans and trade in phones.
With antivirus now dead in Symantec's world, the company is picking up the pace on mobile security.
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Apple acknowledged a bug in iOS that leaves email attachments vulnerable and has committed to fixing it. Luckily the bug is difficult to exploit and doesn't affect iPhone 4s and later devices running iOS 7.1.
Divide creates a completely separate container for your Exchange account on your iPhone or iPad so that corporate email, calendars, and contacts don't mingle with your personal data.
For years, one of the best bargains in tech was Microsoft's free Custom Domains service, which allowed anyone to assign a custom domain to free Hotmail and Outlook.com accounts. Effective today, Microsoft has begun "winding down" the service.
Analysts are betting that an iPhone 6 with a larger screen can solve Apple's Samsung issue and grab more customers and earnings power.
Oscar Mayer is no stranger to unconventional marketing. The company is now holding a promotion for customers to win a bacon scent diffuser for the iPhone.
T-Mobile hasn't been much of a loyal pal to BlackBerry, but then again the device maker needs to produce a hit instead of worrying about rallying customer outrage over the carrier's email campaign encouraging a swap to the iPhone.
Hackers for hire and some of their customers have been arrested in a international crackdown on email hacking services.
Sprint isn't wasting any time either with the new Pogoplug deal for iPhone and Android customers launching today.
Target said names, email addresses and other data was stolen and could affect up to 70 million customers. This disclosure comes on top of a payment card breach outlined in December.
The arrival of iOS 7 hasn't been easy for iPhone and iPad customers. However, users of other smartphone OSes might like some of those troubles, according to a recent report from a Canadian news site.
Unlike the tightly controlled iPhone market, Android is a bit like the wild west. Google releases updates, but they only trickle out to customers.
In his personal blog, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt writes up an exacting step-by-step method to switch from an iPhone to Android. He writes that one of the latest Android phones would make "a great Christmas present to an iPhone user!" Am I the only one to wonder how strange this post is?
The service now allows small businesses to support customers through multiple channels, including email, social media, community forms and phone.
Eighteen months after Telstra took the plunge to move its BigPond customers to Windows Live email, issues have forced the company to take another look at the platform.
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