A 'Consumer Data Rights' law, planned for 2018, will give Australian consumers access to their data being held by telecommunications and energy companies, and banks.
Apple has been forced to release another iOS update to fix bugs with the iPhone X screen. The latest issue saw the display becoming unresponsive when exposed to a rapid change in external temperature. This added to earlier issues with screen burn-in and the green line of death.
Microsoft is predicting that two-thirds of all of business users of its Office suite of products will be accessing the software via a cloud-based Office 365 subscription within two years.
Amazon Australia executed a 'soft launch' at 2pm yesterday with "an internal testing phase", as sellers receive email urging "let's make history."
Moving from the mobile to the deskphone and back again has been a disjointed experience for employees - until now. Telstra has claimed an Australian-first with the launch of 'Liberate', a solution to unify mobile and fixed line technologies.
Many Australian enterprises have no corporate mobile policy, but do you need one? Who is responsible for employee behaviour on a corporate device?
No more 'lock-in' plans, no allegiance to any carrier, and the ability to switch automatically to the network which provides the best coverage and price as you travel the world. This is the promise of the eSIM.
Apple iPhone X and Google Pixel 2 users are complaining of 'burn in' issues with their new OLED screens - remnants of an image remain on the screen after navigating away.
The world's largest technology companies are continuing to grow at an astounding rate and Wall Street analysts think there's no stopping them in the next 12 months.
GARTNER SYMPOSIUM 2017: Strategic technology trends have significant disruptive potential over the next five years. These are the top ten trends that CIOs cannot afford to ignore, according to global research consultancy, Gartner.