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A total of 895 million smart home devices was shipped in 2021, an increase of 11.7% on the previous year, the technology analyst firm IDC says.

Published in Entertainment

Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies will release its own mobile operating system, HarmonyOS, by year-end and position it as an alternative to Google's Android mobile operating system, a senior company official told a developers' conference in Dongguan on Thursday. The conference was streamed live on YouTube.

Published in Mobility

Australian consumers are catching on to Catch-Up TV in record numbers, with new research findings revealing the take up of smart TV’s and devices like Apple TV and Chromecast, are “revolutionising” the way viewers watch content.

Published in Entertainment

The average "smart home" is vulnerable to security breaches, according to a new report which says serious questions are emerging about security, with smart homes now having at least 20 smart devices.

Published in Security

The Australian Subscription Video on Demand services market continues to grow, with 9.1 million Aussies now taking out subscriptions and revenues reaching more than US$700 million by the end of the 2018 financial year.

Published in Entertainment

The amount of data Australians are consuming has gone through the roof, rising by 43% in the past year, according to a new report tabled in Parliament today. We’re also using a more diverse range of devices, although the mobile phone is still the most popular and frequently used way to go online.

Published in Data
Thursday, 06 April 2017 11:48

Researcher says Samsung's Tizen OS full of holes

An Israeli researcher has described Samsung's Tizen operating system — which the company has touted as an Android replacement — as having some of the worst code he has ever seen.

Published in Security

Australian consumers are concerned about security and privacy with the growing use of Augmented Reality-enhanced Internet of Things devices, according to new research which shows that consumers and IT professionals alike have concerns about the possible risks they face from these devices.

Published in Internet of Things

The Freeview free digital TV service is claiming strong growth in the Australian market with household penetration of its service reaching the 20% mark this year to compare favourably with mature overseas markets.

Published in Entertainment

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