Android has announced this week that its new OS will be called 'O for Oreo.' But with only 14 percent of Android devices having downloaded Nougat, do we really care?
The biggest security weakness in any system is the humans using it.
Mobile access to the internet overtook desktop use in late 2016. Now in the first quarter of 2017 Android has become the most popular operating system on the internet, overtaking Microsoft Windows for the first time.
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Many companies are coming to the realisation that not all employees need the flagship top-of-the-line smartphone. Enter the Samsung Galaxy A5, to be available from Telstra next week, at $649 outright or $624 as part of a Telstra plan.
As mobile phones become viewed as consumables, enterprise business is looking at less expensive options, such as the Samsung Galaxy J3, to get the job done.
In a relatively short number of years, the smartphone has evolved to a point where many consumers think it can't possibly improve much more.
The Samsung Galaxy S7, launched in Australia last night, is receiving rave reviews around the globe.
Five of Australia's biggest banks have signed up for Android Pay, which will be launched in the first half of 2016. The deal will make Australia the second country in the world after the US to adopt the mobile payment service.