NSW drivers caught handling their mobile phones will now lose 5 demerit points, up from 4 points, as the NSW Government launches a road safety blitz targeting mobile phone use and drug-driving.
If IT managers had their way they would not be responsible for managing corporate mobility. A Gigaom Research IT Buyers Survey, asked IT managers whether they would be willing to outsource mobility management and the answer was a resounding 'Yes, get this off my plate!'
Telstra and TPG have begun publishing performance data which allows consumers to compare fixed line NBN speeds with fixed wireless NBN speeds.
Telstra has announced the unexpected departure of Mike Wright, GM Networks, the most senior executive involved in planning for the launch of the telco's 5G network.
Nearly half of Australian employees admit to online shopping at work. What they don’t realise is that they could be compromising their employer’s cyber-security,
South Korean scientists have devised a new type of smartphone fingerprint sensor which will simplify device design, improve user experience and which can also sense tactile pressure and skin temperature enhancing security.
TPG has almost 600 mobile tower sites in proposal stage, as the carrier begins to deliver on its plans to aggressively enter the 4G market. This represents 30 percent of its proposed mobile network.
Plummeting demand in China has pushed global smartphone sales into decline during the first quarter of 2018, but shipments are expected to move back into growth in 2019, according to the IDC Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker.
HTC will dismiss 25 percent of it's Taiwan-based manufacturing unit due to a drop in sales of its smartphones. The cut represents 1,500 jobs.
The smartphone is increasingly energy hungry. It is using more energy in a day than the average refrigerator - but because we are not individually paying for it, the costs are hidden to us.