Apple claims mega ARM chip maker Qualcomm “charges it at least five times more in payments that all the other cellular patent licensors we have agreements with combined". It also alleges extortion, so it is suing Qualcomm.
Samsung's official investigation into its Galaxy Note7 device, which began to explode and catch fire a month after release, has found that it was due to the irregular size of some batteries while others had manufacturing defects, the Wall Street Journal reported today.
Ninety-two of the world’s top 100 banks, 23 of the world’s 25 largest airlines, more than 70% of the biggest retailers, and all top 10 insurers still rely on mainframes. With apologies to Mark Twain, “reports of its death are greatly exaggerated.”
Trend Micro will be demonstrating its brand new Home Network Security product, while Boost Mobile will be re-introducing itself for 2017 to the Sydney PC User Group – with smartphones and more to be won!
The reasons behind the highly publicised recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note7 will be revealed at a live teleconference at noon (EDST), Monday 23 January.
A Reddit posting says the Australian Government may be looking at Active Directory to authenticate 28 million Australian citizens in a future public-facing website.
With new smartphones come new protective cases, offering not just top-notch protection but fashionable and luxurious Swarovski crystal beauty, too.
Australian-based global tech and robotics company Lakeba has launched an in-store robot it says is able to monitor and help intelligently manage stock levels in retail outlets and supermarkets.
More than three months after it was forced to pull the Galaxy Note7 from production, Samsung Electronics has finally given an indication of when it will make an official statement about the fiasco.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has signed an 11-year deal with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to become a major sponsor of the summer and winter Olympics.
Microsoft has settled on the popular EPUB standard, potentially for a new eBook store, when it launches with native support in the Edge Browser, as part of the April Windows 10 Creators Update for desktop and mobile.