Apple’s ‘halo effect’ lives on

Apple’s latest numbers are in and they are a lot better than expected. There are a few blemishes but the ‘House that Steve Jobs built’ is still on stable ground.

Huawei plans to spend $US300m on global marketing

World's third-biggest smartphone manufacturer ready to splash the cash to move upmarket.

It’s Microsoft but not as we know it

Microsoft could well be a very different beast to what we have known for the past 25 years and Office for iPad is another sign of the software giant broadening its appeal to the enterprise.

REVIEW: Samsung Galaxy S5

The Galaxy S5 delivers on display and battery life but the overall experience leaves a lot to be desired.

Square mulls possible sale: report

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey's mobile payment start-up may be looking for an out as losses widen.

Why you won’t be paying with your wristband

Nike has reportedly called time out on its FuelBand, failing to get enough scale among its millions of customers. Payments companies are watching closely.

S5 sales to blow S4 out of the water: Samsung

South Korean giant also set to release Tizen smartphones in the second quarter to break out of the Android universe.

BlackBerry eyes healthcare niche

Ailing smartphone maker buys stake in healthcare IT firm NantHealth, whose platform already connects more than 16,000 medical devices.

Intel results beat the street

Chip maker posts lower first quarter net profit but there's signs of light at the end of the tunnel.

Amazon smartphone on its way: WSJ

Internet retailer reportedly ready to jump into a crowded market dominated by Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics.

BlackBerry prepares Heartbleed patches

Company set to update Secure Work Space corporate email and BBM messaging program for Android and iOS.

Samsung Galaxy S5 debuts

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Much riding on new model as American, European markets mature.

BlackBerry may consider handset unit sale, eyes investments

The struggling phone maker's CEO says he won't rule out selling its handset business if it remains unprofitable.

Nokia wins Chinese regulatory approval for Microsoft deal

Swedish firm won't have to change its main patent practices as Chinese authorities give green light to sale of its mobile phone business.

Samsung on track to post another profit hit

Slowing smartphone sales growth continue to weigh on South Korean tech giant's earnings.

Are wearables more than a fashion trend?

Wearable devices have so far been limited to smart watches and fitness tracking devices, but there's more to this trend than the Fitbit, Jawbone or FuelBand on your wrist.

NSW taxi reform delivers a big tick for mobile booking apps

New reforms promise to save Sydneysiders money while encouraging the use of apps like goCatch and Uber for better customer experience.

More bad news from HTC

Taiwanese smartphone maker's first-quarter loss comes in wider than expected as flagship device sales falter.

BlackBerry defeats NXP in US trial over patents

Smartphone maker manages to fend of Dutch semiconductor company, which is looking at its appeal options.

Westpac taps Samsung on payments

Bank to offer mobile payments service to Samsung users: report.