Mobility

Samsung eyes its own version of Apple Pay

Could a new payment function be in store for the next Samsung Galaxy smartphone?

First look: The BlackBerry Classic

BlackBerry is trying to win back customers with a new smartphone that harkens back to its traditional design hallmarks: a keyboard, a track pad and a row of home keys.

Top tech toys for high-flying executives

With Christmas around the corner, these gadgets are the perfect fit for those looking to combine business with cutting edge technology.

Uber backflips after surge pricing faux pas

Ride-sharing app to refund users who paid elevated prices to get out of Sydney CBD.

The fall of 'jerk tech' - why social good is the new black

The unrelenting disruption of technology is changing the way we work and play. But is it changing the values of big corporates, who exist to make a buck?

Chinese phone makers’ global ambitions face obstacles

Patent disputes loom for Xiaomi and others as they seek to replicate domestic success abroad.

OnePlus One opens up on global push

OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei discusses the company’s global ambitions and its marketing missteps.

The yin and yang of changing tech markets

BlackBerry and Microsoft are two tech companies battered by changing markets, their similarities and differences give us some pointers of the trends in the industry.

REVIEW: Samsung Galaxy Note 4

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Samsung’s latest super phone made a stellar debut but does the Galaxy Note 4 have the chops to put the iPhone 6 Plus back in its place?

REVIEW: Acer Aspire R13

The Acer Aspire R13 seeks to outdo rival hybrids when it comes to contortions. With six user modes to choose from the flexibility comes at a cost.

Microsoft buys Acompli

Acompli pinpoints what it believes are the highest-priority emails in your inbox, and finds free blocks of time in your digital calendar to help schedule appointments easily.

Smartphones to get excited about in 2015

Chinese smartphones are turning up the heat on Apple and Samsung and these four names should definitely be on your radar.

Smartphone expansion cooling down: IDC

by AFP
Prices likely to drop as upstart Chinese players make an impact on the global market.

Australia’s lost digital tribes

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In a desert of indifference, Australia’s lost digital tribes are looking for leaders. Time though may be running out for a nation stuck in a 1980s mindset.

Apple’s growing slice of smartphone action

The upsized iPhone 6 models may be helping the tech giant carve out a bigger piece of the pie.

Apple’s iPhone 6 is a long-term win-win for the telcos

It’s rare to see our two rival major telcos agree, but it seems neither Telstra nor Optus can deny the overwhelmingly positive impact Apple’s latest iPhone had on their business.

BlackBerry bribes iPhone users to make the switch

by AFP
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

by AFP
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

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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.

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