Every year 4,500 pedestrians in the Paris area are involved in car accidents. This shocking digital billboard campaign has been stopping jaywalkers in their tracks.
C-suite executives' believe their own smartphones are the biggest security risk to the business, according to a new survey from wi-fi hotspot provider, iPASS.
Telstra is the latest body to lobby the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) for permission to fly drones out of 'the line of sight.'
It's yet to be officially launched, but Microsoft has unveiled a new Surface laptop to challenge the Macbook Air's dominance in the premium laptop and education sectors.
With one-third of all employees working regularly from home, the Australian Tax Office should no longer consider home internet a "fringe benefit" says Telstra.
Samsung will intensify its competition with Apple by launching another flagship smartphone in September, the same month as the iPhone 8 is expected.
Small businesses need to ask themselves if a mobile network would serve their business better than signing up for an NBN broadband connection, say industry experts.
The partnership between Samsung and Microsoft is expected to send "millions" of enterprise customers to embrace the Galaxy S8 and S8+, according to industry analysts.
Double demerits are enforced for five days over the ANZAC weekend - Friday 21 April to Tuesday 25 April 2017 inclusive - which means you could easily have your licence suspended if caught illegally using your mobile phone while driving.
Double demerits are enforced for five days over Easter - Thursday 13 April to Monday 17 April 2017 inclusive - which means you could lose over half your licence if caught illegally using your mobile phone while driving.