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Mobile technology has evolved at a rapid rate, and it’s not slowing down. These things are the five best in the genre today. In addition to these five, there is a bonus technology included that may surprise you.
We have seen phones targeted at teens, Facebook users, people with small hands, and more over the past few years -- and some failed devices only lasted weeks.
Apple could be reserving sapphire screens for expensive iPhones and the iWatch.
Westpac plans to target travelling customers next month when it releases new features to its mobile banking app.
iBeacon is still an early stage technology, but Roam is pumping smarts into it with new firmware, a management console and a software development kit.
Due to the rise of to the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) movement, the lines have blurred between company and personal owned devices; business work is now routinely performed on each. Examples...
Lenovo has entered the Chromebook consumer space with a touchscreen model.
Yahoo is going back to the drawing board on its e-commerce strategy.
HTC is starting to introduce their unique software experiences to other Android users and the first launch is Zoe. Take a look at what you can soon expect on your non-HTC device.
300 million smartphones in one quarter is astounding, especially when many are waiting for the next iPhone, Galaxy Note, Nexus, and Moto X.
Mobile internet uptake is closing the gap between overall internet usage rates between Australia’s regional and metropolitan populations, according to new research by the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
Thinking about switching from an Android to an iPhone? iOS 8 could be the right time to say goodbye to the Google OS.
When you talk Chromebook, you usually hear it doesn't have a real OS compared to Macs or Windows PCs. That's true, and for many that's the big advantage of Chrome OS.
Microsoft shows off more behind-the-scenes work its being doing to make Bing smarter.
Telstra will look to grow its already massive mobile customer base through adding devices, rather than individuals.