Mobility

BlackBerry bribes iPhone users to make the switch

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Smartphone maker has resorted to giving cash to users in Canada and the US, in a bid to get them to ditch the iPhone and pick up the Passport.

Apple now worth over $700 billion

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Tech giant on track to crack the one trillion dollar milestone.

Telstra turns on 4GX in Melbourne

Telco's 700 MHz 4G network promises faster speeds and better coverage for users in selected parts of the city.

The best budget smartphones you can buy right now

Flagship smartphones might grab the headlines but there are plenty good options out there for those looking to get their hands on a decent phone for under $400.

How your fitness tracking data can and will be used against you in a court of law

As we move to completely documented lives a legal case in Canada is breaking new ground by using data collected from a Fitbit to assess the relative fitness of a person making an injury claim.

Samsung mulls management overhaul

South Korean giant is considering a major leadership shake-up on an attempt to revive its fortunes after a difficult year.

Corning makes Gorilla Glass even stronger

Apple’s billion-dollar fail on ‘Sapphire’ displays has served as the perfect opportunity for the incumbent Corning to show off its latest ware.

WhatsApp sells the encryption message

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The Facebook-owned messaging service has joined Google and Apple in offering encryption to the masses, but is it all smoke and mirrors?

Google Glass loses its mojo but it isn't all bad news

Google’s Glass was never going to be a bestseller and when it comes to wearables Google is seemingly opting for the path of least resistance.

Lenovo’ Yoga Tablet 2 Pro road tested

Lenovo's latest device bristles with features when compared to your average Android tablet, but then it should. At $799, the tablets sits squarely in the premium category.

Understanding the mobility lifecycle

So, what is this mobility lifecycle that's got enterprises all excited. Here are the four principles you need to know.

Optus puts pedal to the medal on 4G rollout

Optus gets early access to more 700MHz to expand its regional footprint. Meanwhile, Vodafone lights up its 4G+ network in Melbourne.

Google Glass faces a cloudy future

Google's Glass is losing support among some developers who are choosing to focus on smartwatches instead.

BlackBerry CEO’s message to CIOs

John Chen wants CIOs to know that his company is serious about managing many different types of devices, including iPhones and Samsung Galaxy

Why the iWatch won't spark a health and fitness revolution

There has been a lot of hype in the media about how wearable tech will help you to live longer but its unclear why those who are not physically active will buy a device let alone wear it.

Apple accused of 'bait and switch' on Sapphire glass

Tech giant's bankrupt partner GT Advanced says Apple had turned it into a a “captive supplier” by “constant interference” and changes in product specifications.

The WireLurker wake-up call for Apple acolytes

The WireLurker malware once again dispels the notion of Apple devices being malware-proof. While limited in its scope the malware displays some remarkable characteristics.

Apple tackles iPhone WireLurker hack

Tech giant blocks newly discovered apps meant to help prying eyes spy on Chinese iPhone users.

Microsoft is giving away its Office 365 mobile apps

Microsoft Office now free on iOS and Android as software giant puts users over dollars with its cash cow franchise.

Xiaomi makes a profit on its cheap smartphones

Chinese tech firm’s earnings rose 84% last year.

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