The Queensland Police force expects to deploy an additional 1,250 iPhones and iPads to its officers in time for the 2014 G20 Leaders Summit in Brisbane later this year.
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Although there is no legislation set up to allow widespread data retention, the Australian Federal Police is setting up systems that will allow it to analyse traffic, and capture and retain metadata.
A four-week trial of the new Mobile Notices app will be conducted throughout September in New South Wales.
The family of a Chinese flight attendant who appeared to be fatally electrocuted by her Apple iPhone look to its maker after police found no faults with the charger.
Bride-to-be and a stewardess with China Southern Airline was electrocuted while answering calls on iPhone 5 that was charging. Apple says it will investigate and cooperate with police.
Financing plans, discounts, and cashbacks will put the iPhone in the hands of more Indians and drive more traffic to India's nascent iTunes store, but Apple can expect a hard sell converting these thrifty newcomers into paying consumers.
The police department will be spending a total of NZ$163.3 million on rolling out smartphones and tablets, which will give officers an additional 520,000 hours to work in the frontline.
The Galaxy S III might be Samsung's fastest-selling Android smartphone, but despite being on sale for almost four months, it has seen its Web traffic volume beaten by Apple's iPhone 5 after less than three weeks.
Police want to interview an O2 shop assistant after a shipment of iPhone 5s was stolen ahead of the Apple handset going on sale this morning.
Can we please stop shooting at people, locking down schools, and chasing suspects for a stupid phone?
As a smartphone enthusiast, I spend a LOT of money on phones, but understand it isn't worth risking a life just to recover a $500 to $800 phone. Should police pursue suspects actively to recover a stolen iPhone?
Those who snag the iTether app for iOS that allows sharing a 3G connection with a laptop better be prepared for the tethering police to slap them around.
Questions loom about SF police and Apple's search of a man's home for an iPhone 5 prototype.
San Francisco police said that the department worked with Apple investigators to track down an iPhone prototype. No report was filed though.
Police were present when Apple security officials searched a man's home for a missing iPhone 5 prototype, the San Francisco police have admitted.The acknowledgement on Friday, reported in the newspaper SF Weekly, comes after local police denied having any records of the visit that was revealed by CNET on Wednesday when it broke the news of the missing prototype.
British police will use 20 three-dimensional laser scanners to more quickly survey the scene of an auto accident, saving money and traffic headaches.
if you want to catch a criminal, there's an app for it too. The Mobile Offender Recognition and Information System, or MORIS for short, is a smartphone attachment that will be used by some police departments across the country in a few months.
Apple's iPad dominates tablet traffic globally, but the iPhone-Android race is much closer on the smartphone front, according to comScore data.
iPad and iPhone users can now enjoy data traffic compression up to 90 percent when mobile Web surfing with the free Opera Mini 6 brower on iOS devices.
By merging crime and traffic data -- then visualizing it on a map -- police departments can dramatically reduce traffic collisions and crime without spending a fortune.
News that iPhones and iPads secretly store location on where you've been and when has angered many, but it might help cops to catch crooks.
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