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Samsung now claims there's another reason it stopped paying Android patent licensing fees to Microsoft: antitrust issues.
The trend of cheaper Windows slates continues.
Central to the new features is an extra layer of privacy that BlackBerry said allows users to take more control over their shared messages and content.
For the past decade, NFC (Near Field Communications) has promised much and delivered little. But Juniper Research predicts that Apple Pay will now drive market adoption…
The Taiwanese phone maker drummed up a tiny profit for the three-month period, with the hope that it can do better during the lucrative December holiday quarter.
Our BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Policy describes the steps your employees must take when connecting personal devices to the organization's systems and networks. The purpose of the BYOD Policy is...
Ahead of Vodafone's faster 4G roll out, EE has switched on its improved 4G network in central London.
A top Amazon executive has admitted the company missed the boat when it comes to the Amazon Fire Phone, and the original price point may have been to blame.
The iPhone 6 Plus becomes an integral part of a small work system that packs a punch when combined with the right accessory.
Thanks to strong PlayStation 4 sales, Sony has posted a narrower than expected loss in Q2 -- but the firm's mobile division still suffers.
The handset giant has added two new mid-range smartphones to its portfolio.
Yes, it's Halloween of 2014, and we're here to revisit the technologies that are so frightening, they'll make you evacuate from multiple "interfaces".
ANZ Bank has posted a 15 percent jump in statutory profit after tax, which has been partially lifted by the company's strategy to adopt an enterprise-wide approach to operations and technology.
Starbucks is ahead of the retailing curve with its mobile efforts and is hoping to stay that way with a mobile order and pay service about to launch with delivery next year.
The Victorian government is dipping into its AU$12 million Technology Innovation Fund to back a program that is aimed at digitising courtroom paperwork and providing a mobile solution for case management and transparency.