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iPhone maker Foxconn struggles to keep up with demand

Apple fans may have to wait for weeks to get their hands on the tech company's latest devices.

Can't afford an iPhone 6? iOS 8 is a worthy upgrade

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Apple has gone all out on this upgrade, so iPhone 4S, 5, 5C owners will basically end up with a new phone anyway.

Microsoft sends out invites for Windows 9 event

Company set to talk about the future of Windows in the enterprise.

Apple to ‘take a slice’ of bank fees

The technology giant has banks in its sights with the launch of its Apple Pay contactless payments system.

Securing the journey from mobile accessory to necessity

As mobile devices continue to proliferate companies need a strategy that allows employees to effectively use them in the workplace without compromising privacy.

CIO budgets are beefing up quickly

The number of chief information officers who have been granted a larger budget for the coming year has almost doubled, a report shows.

iWatch this space: Apple's long-awaited smartwatch

It's the best tech mystery of 2014. What exactly does Apple have up its sleeve in smartwatches?

World's most dependable OS goes open source

The seL4 kernal, developed at NICTA, is now available for developers under standard open source terms.

Is BlackBerry ripe for a comeback?

The once-dominant phone maker bets big on security to bring back the glory days.

How to manufacture an Australian world champion

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Australia's athletic prowess is on show for all at the Commonwealth Games but behind the scenes our high-tech manufacturers are kicking goals in a $300bn global market.

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 10: Overpriced and underpowered

For an $800-plus device, the ThinkPad Tablet 10 lacks grunt and to enjoy its full potential you'll have to shell out even more.

Visa updates its online payments offering

Visa Checkout to replace V.me by Visa with new interface, making online payments on any device simpler.

BYOD risk and reward for telcos

The Bring Your Own Device trend is a godsend for organisations and telcos are in the box seat to take them along for the journey.

ZipTel debuts on ASX via reverse listing

Pre-paid travel SIM card and VoiP services provider successfully raises $5 million to fuel marketing strategy.

Android Wear's first smartwatches are like phones on your wrist

While the Samsung Gear Live is slightly better than the LG G Watch, it's really like comparing the qualities of two bruised bananas.

Kicking goals from Brazil to the IT department

The increasingly mobile consumption of the World Cup provides a useful example of the broader application economy that's transforming how we do business.

At long last, Samsung's worthy iPad competitor

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Apple still reigns supreme when it comes to software but the sleek Galaxy Tab S is the ultimate Netflix device and will entice the multitudes of Samsung smartphone owners.

So your home is 'smart'. So what?

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Today's home automation devices lack the 'wow' factor, and some add complexity rather than convenience. But it's early days – watch this space.

Say hello to Quanta, Apple’s iWatch maker

The world’s largest computer maker has received little attention to date but it’s about to start producing Apple’s much-anticipated smartwatch.

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