Mobility

Apple plans more stores in China

CEO Tim Cook: in future, China will become Apple's biggest revenue contributor.

Top 5 must-have travel apps

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With apps changing perceptions of what we should demand from our international adventures, here are five apps you need on your smartphone before you next head aboard.

Apple Pay glitch slugs some users twice

Some Bank of America customers eager to turn their phones into wallets have found that it can cost more to be an early adopter.

iPhone frenzy boosts Telstra’s numbers

Vodafone continues to struggle in Australia as Telstra sweeps up iPhone buyers from rival carriers.

Future Forward: What's next for smartphones

As smartphones morph into powerful, multi-function computers moving closer to the centre of our lives, the possibilities are limitless.

EU, China complete deal on telecoms equipment

‘Gentleman’s agreement’ will end tariffs on goods from Huawei, ZTE.

Chinese smartphones lift Japan’s electronics business

Japanese parts makers tap surging demand; Murata, TDK benefit.

Five key highlights from Apple’s latest result

The iPhone maker's cash hoard tips over the $US150 billion mark and it generated more money than any other US company in the past 12 months.

Making money in a mobile world

The challenges and opportunities for businesses in this mobile age are enormous but without a clearly defined mobile strategy there's no point.

REVIEW: Huawei Ascend P7

The Chinese giant aims big with its flagship smartphone but the end result is still not quite up to mark.

Optus brings BlackBerry Passport to Australia

Ailing smartphone vendor's square-screen smartphone to be available outright for $899 or on a range of 24-month plans.

iOS vs Android - Which camp are you?

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Whether it’s the user interface, aesthetics, or compatibility with other products – the battle between Android and iOS is fiercer than ever.

The iPad gets a spruce-up but is the Mini a dead-end?

Apple expended a lot of energy on spruiking the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus phablet, so it’s no surprise that the iPad’s upgrade has been a tad underwhelming.

Will.i.am launches Puls: Just don't call it a smartwatch

The multi-platinum selling superstar has boldly stepped into the wearables market and he just might be on to a winner.

Will.i.am launches Puls: A smartwatch that doesn’t need a smartphone

Award-winning musician and tech entrepreneur aims for tech-industry credibility with a device that looks more like a cuff than a watch.

Lenovo to establish new mobile phone company in China

Smartphone company with different brand name is part of efforts to fend off competition in China.

Google give its Nexus Line a refresh

A day ahead of Apple 's expected introduction of next-gen iPads and iMacs, Google has unveiled its three new Nexus devices. Here's a look at the new range.

China wants a bigger piece of the smartphone business

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Faced with an industry dominated by a few big foreign players, Beijing has decided to quietly press the scales in favour of its own smartphone makers.

Skype relaunches Qik as social video messaging app

The new app, named after a mobile video pioneer that Skype acquired in 2011, lets you send short video messages—42 seconds at most—back and forth to friends.

Google's new phablet will be bigger than iPhone 6 Plus, Galaxy Note

The new phone — code-named Shamu after a killer whale — will have a 5.9-inch screen, a high-resolution display and be sold under the Nexus brand.

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