Google's new mobile voice and data service may save you money, or it may not. Either way, it offers network redundancy and coverage advantages for work and personal use.
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Google has been working on wireless service for a couple years and reports indicate the service may launch very soon. The service will use existing infrastructure with the Nexus 6 at the core.
Telsyte believes the Australian enterprise mobility market will be driven by a combination of mobile device hardware, management software, and value-added services.
Samsung plans to launch a fingerprint authentication mobile payment service in South Korea this month, with the aim to later expand it globally, the company has said.
Cloud shakes up another staid space: "assume that your traditional technology provider will soon be dead."
Technology priorities seem to have settled into a predictable pattern: security, big data, mobile and cloud. Everyone seems to know the drill -- for now, a least.
Samsung SDS plans to focus on using social network, mobility, analytics, and the cloud to help it triple its revenue to 20 trillion won by 2020.
Verizon's new Data Breach Investigations Report 2015 says malware isn't a mobile epidemic, that breach costs are variable, and that the industry doesn't understand its adversaries.
The $35 billion global language services industry is getting a boost today as Cloudwords releases its latest offering designed to make translation much easier.
Optus CEO Allen Lew sees the telco's future in offering entertainment services like Netflix on the back of a strong network core, and competitive fixed and mobile bundles.
A small New Zealand ISP has stopped offering 'global mode' access to geoblocked services, despite believing the practice to be within NZ law due to legal threats from content owners.
Finding the value in digital strategy has a lot do do with recognizing customer and back end data costs, but information and data value deflation can wreck the best of plans
The company will place a sharper focus on data-related products and services in its third largest market
One of the biggest pains for travellers abroad can be roaming charges. Google may be looking to fix that for US customers.
Bring your own device and mobile computing are growing rapidly, but companies are not doing enough to protect their users, data, and networks from an equally fast-growing array of cyberthreats.
Twitter has made a number of data and engineering-geared acquisitions over the last few years, but the latest one appears to fit slightly outside the mold.
South Korean mobile operator, LG Uplus, says it will slash its investment in tri-band LTE-Advanced networks due to high costs and will instead use the funds to improve its existing services.
Telstra is looking to give its customers more data for less money across broadband and mobile in a bid to bring it into line with its competitors.
Google's build-in data compression for Chrome on mobile comes to the desktop in the form of a Chrome extension.
The Australian government has asked the Productivity Commission to conduct a cost-benefit analysis into a dedicated national mobile broadband network for emergency services.
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