South Korea has amended existing legislation in order to force both Google and Apple to allow alternative payment systems to be used for their mobile app stores.
Chinese smartphone makers Huawei, OPPO, vivo and Xiaomi plan to jointly launch a platform, known as the Global Developer Service Alliance, where developers can upload apps for all four brands.
Australian mobile rewards platform Unlockd has obtained an interim injunction from the Federal Court of Australia to prevent Google from carrying out its threat to withdraw access to the Google Play Store and stop the flow of Google AdMob-generated ad content in Australia.
Researchers from Slovakian security firm ESET claim that nearly 70,000 Android devices were infected with malware that was used to make up a botnet named WireX before Google reacted and removed the affected software from its Play Store.
New Android mobile ransomware named LeakerLocker threatens to send personal data to a remote server and expose the contents to all contacts on the device.
Spectralink Pivot mobile devices are now certified for use with Google Mobile Services.
A survey conducted by Symantec has found a worrying lack of awareness of privacy issues surrounding smartphone apps.
It's Australian law to offer a refund, as US-based gaming giant Valve is learning the hard way, but not many users would realise you are actually entitled to a refund if you change your mind on an app bought from Google's Play Store.
Facebook users will soon be forced to have two separate apps if they want to chat, with the company announcing it will be removing Messenger from its iOS and Android apps, forcing users to download the standalone versions instead.
Twitter has added to its aresenal, this time picking up an Android startup, Cover, an app that changes users' Android lock screens.
Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen has officially confirmed the re-release of the game that almost killed him.
Some people go well out of their way to only purchase 'Australian Made' goods sporting the green and gold kangaroo, and now they can make sure their Android apps are Aussie-made too thanks to a new section on Google's Play store.
Bros of the world, rejoice. Those of us that would like to just be able to go out and not worry about texting their girlfriends, BroApp is here.
After a number of hiccups and banana peel slip-ups Blackberry has finally launched a fully-fledged BBM app for iPhone and Android.
Apple has rejected a game that judges how high players toss their smartphone into the air.
A new app that raises a pre-set alarm if users don’t 'Get Home Safe’ is being launched in New Zealand today.
Google has unveiled a brand new slimmer Nexus 7, the first device to ship with Android 4.3 Jellybean.
Google's Play Music All Access subscription service has come to Australia, two months after it was announced at the company's IO conference.
A new medical app has the ability to transform mobile phones into potentially life-saving devices by showing a user’s critical medical details on the locked screen.
Android Tweeters have woken up to a new update to the company's official app today, with some minor changes occurring overnight.
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