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Australian retailers are lagging in mobile presence, according to new research by Frost & Sullivan, which found that only 21 percent of retailers surveyed had developed a mobile app for customers.
Small businesses, in particular, seem to have a fondness for the Facebook secret sauce.
Mobile processor giant Qualcomm said a regulatory investigation in China and licensees that aren't reporting sales of licensed products will hurt fourth quarter results.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg offered a succinct, if not humble, reflection in prepared remarks: "We had a good second quarter."
Sprint will start offering its own "mobile-centric" version of Google Apps for Business soon.
Canonical has recently focused attention on the convergence of desktop and mobile operating systems, while Microsoft, Apple and Google are all exploring ways of harmonising the smartphone/tablet...
Bringing devices to work does not create a separate IT platform, and shadow IT digs far deeper into the enterprise than smartphones.
Is Microsoft building a single version of Windows that will run on phones, tablets, PCs and gaming consoles? Nope. Here's a refresher as to what really is happening.
An update for the Google Play store app rolling out today should make it simpler to view content in Google's Android store.
I was impressed with this 2-in-1 when I bought it six months ago and it still meets my needs.
Microsoft has launched a new low-end Lumia with a price tag that undercuts its own best-selling Lumia 520.
LG Display, the display panel making company of LG Group, reported a 55.4 percent drop in operating profits for the second quarter of the year, reports ZDNet Korea’s Jeong Hyeon-jeong.
Samsung Electronics is to redeploy around 15 percent of its Seoul workforce to other departments to strengthen on-site management, reports ZDNet Korea’s Jaehwan Cho.
Rotten or patchy broadband signal at home or at work could be a thing of the past if Vodafone's Open Sure Signal project can prove its worth.
Australia has dropped from 18th to 21st in the OECD rankings for fixed broadband penetration for the last six months of 2013.