Mobility

The tangled web of wireless charging

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Wireless charging for mobile devices is inexorably entering the mainstream but with three competing technical standards vying for primacy, it's no walk in the park.

Netflix takes it on the chin on net neutrality

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Netflix has long been seen as a champion for net neutrality but the US streaming giant has decided against rocking the boat on the issue in Australia, and with good reason.

Uber maps a future without Google, Apple

by AP
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Ride sharing app buys deCarta to reduce reliance of Google, Apple Maps.

Apple, Android devices vulnerable to "FREAK attack"

by AP
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Researchers blame the problem on an old government policy which required US software makers to use weaker security in encryption programs sold overseas due to national security concerns.

Fraud comes to Apple Pay

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Some banks are seeing a growing incidence of fraud on Apple’s mobile-payment service as criminals exploit vulnerabilities in the verification process of adding a credit card.

Optus bypasses Apple with wearable cash smartwatch

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Telco shows off proof of concept smartwatch in Barcelona designed to replace cash.

Telstra, Ericsson plot a broadcast revolution

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Ericsson Australia CEO Håkan Ericsson and Telstra's Mike Wright spell out the LTE Broadcast, premium video and the 5G roadmap.

The race to the bottom in China's smartphone market

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Apple has managed to eat away at Samsung's market share in China, and now Huawei and Xiaomi are winning ground against the Korean giant.

Microsoft vows a mobile counter-attack

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Breaking the iOS, Android duopoly won't be easy but Microsoft is hoping to at least make a dent later this year when it releases a new premium flagship smartphone powered by its upcoming Windows 10 operating system.

Samsung's answer to the iPhone 6 looks a lot like the iPhone 6

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The Galaxy S5 was a dud and Samsung simply cannot afford a repeat performance with the S6. However, giving the flagship a cosmetic overhaul could be a double-edged sword for the South Korean giant.

Apple, IBM partnership to deliver sweeter harvest

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Tech giants unveil three new enterprise mobility apps at Mobile World Congress, aim to have a 100 out the door by the end of the year.

Hewlett-Packard buys Aruba Networks

by AFP
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US computer giant pays $3.5 billion to bolster its wireless mobility portfolio.

Huawei dares to dream with new smartwatch

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Competition ahead of the Apple Watch has intensified with Huawei releasing a stylish round-faced smart watch.

HTC dives into virtual reality

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Taiwanese smartphone maker unveils a VR headset and game system using tracking and input technologies from game developer Valve.

Google pays $25 million to add ‘.app’ to ‘.soy’ and ‘.how’

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Anyone wondering how serious Google is about tackling its mobile challenges should take a look at internet domains.

MWC 2015: The HTC One M9 focuses on fixes

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HTC has decided against making wholesale changes to the hardware with its latest smartphone.

MWC 2015: Samsung showcases design chops with Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge

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South Korean electronics giant gives its flagship phone an extreme makeover as it struggles to keep the competition at bay.

Ikea turns furniture into phone chargers

by AFP
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Global furniture giant launches desks, tables and lamps that will wirelessly charge phones and other devices.

NBN will suffer under telcos' lack of vision

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The telecommunications industry has demonstrated an astounding lack of strategic vision for decades now, and the NBN is no exception.

Samsung Gear VR: A shallow dip into the virtual pool

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Virtual reality isn’t mainstream just yet, but Samsung's Gear VR is a significant step in taking VR to the masses.

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