Gartner expects that 80% of organisations will be using at least eight of these top ten defining mobile technologies by 2020.
Only four tech companies have made the US top ten most trusted brands in 2019, with Samsung and Sony the big winners.
Deputy Prime Minister, Michael McCormack, has called on tech companies to find a way to prevent the use of mobile phones while driving.
It was 1989 when Back to the Future II predicted self-lacing Nikes. Now, 30 years on, Nike and Puma are racing to deliver the ultimate self-lacing shoe.
Samsung has stolen the mantle of most innovative smartphone manufacturer with the launch of its first 5G-enabled folding smartphone - the Galaxy Fold - but can we afford it, and will it fit in our pocket?
Mobile is crucial to a mature digital transformation strategy, yet most CIOs acknowledge they have gaps in their mobile management.
Robocop meets Back to the Future... Dubai's police force has added to its flamboyant law enforcement vehicle fleet - which already boasts a Lamborghini and Ferrari - with the Surf3 hoverbike.
The NSW government is on a hiring blitz, aiming to recruit more than 30 digital experts to work on cross-government collaborations for digital service delivery.
Samsung has once again trumped Apple innovation by unveiling the world's first foldable smartphone screen - the Infinity Flex - at its annual Samsung Developers' Conference.
Telstra and Harvey Norman are the first two Australian brands to adopt Apple Business Chat allowing customers who are iOS users to interact directly with the company online.