Just last week I heard about an Australian enterprise buying an extended warranty for their corporate iPhones because they had been told their Apple warranty "only lasts 12 months." At best this advice is a half-truth. At worse, it's downright misleading!
The Nokia brand is promising to rise from the dead with the launch of a new Android smartphone in early 2017.
Introducing the Telstra Flip 2 - rocking the retro flip phone look, tough and durable, with the Telstra blue tick for regional connectivity, and the cheapest Telstra Business device available.
Think about it...how much time do you waste on non-work-related activities in an average day? The great majority of us - 89% - admit to wasting at least half an hour and no one will be surprised to learn the no.1 culprit is personal use of technology.
There has been a lot of hype around the Internet of Things being poised to change the world as we know it. But is it really a happening thing. And if so, what's taking so long?
The Pedestrian Council of Australia has called for the introduction of a new offence to tackle the problem of pedestrians crossing roads while using handheld mobile devices.
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.
Cisco predicts more people will have mobile phones than electricity, running water or cars
Wearable technology such as Apple's iWatch, Samsung's Galaxy Gear smartwatch, Google Glass, and a plethora of fitness bands are starting to make inroads in the consumer market but how - if at all - could wearable devices be relevant in the workplace?