AWS is adding six new items to the array of statistics it generates for Formula 1 spectators.
Word doesn't make you an author, Photoshop doesn't make you an artist, and SurveyMonkey most certainly doesn't make you a researcher.
Airtasker is talking up its gig economy marketplace, noting that in Australia right now, there are "114,800 mums who both work, study and care for children under the age of 15" – and you can do it, too.
Samsung has seen a return to sales form, often thanks to sales promotions, with Apple still strong and growing in most places, while Chinese Android brands jostle competitively.
In the three months ending May 2017, iOS performance proved strong in the US, Australia, and Japan, with Android making strong gains in the UK, Germany, and France, with little year-on-year movement in China.
The Australian government may well have to reconsider its plan to release data about its citizens for use by businesses or scientists, with a top expert in security and privacy engineering telling iTWire that de-identification of datasets so that they cannot be traced back to the original is very hard, to the point of being practically impossible.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics has admitted to lying all these years about the length of time it held on to the names of Australians collected in the five-yearly census.
Amaysim is the telco that kicked off the unlimited talk and text time wars with a deluge of data, and the company is going strong as 2016 progresses.
It’s not just iOS that can slow after its own period of "historic growth", Android growth can slow globally too. But in Australia, Android still outgrew iOS.
The latest Kantar Worldpanel ComTech smartphone sales data for the three months ending January 2016 shows that Apple’s iOS continued to grow share in urban China.
In what should come as no surprise to anyone, some US iPhone buyers in August were waiting for new 6s models to arrive in September.
Australian users of the Tableau analytics and visualisation software seem keen to get their hands on the next major release.
Since launching free blanket wifi coverage across the CBD last November, Perth has vaulted from last to become the nation’s wireless hotspot capital among smartphone users according to new research.
A new type of young workers called 'GenMobile' are forcing employers to rethink traditional work patterns and make the workplace more flexible and mobile according to fresh research.
The PC is still in decline on a grand scale but the downturn is slowing, according to new research published today.
Australia's 4G networks deliver the fastest download speeds in the world beating out countries like Denmark and South Korea, according to a new report.
It's no big secret that the cloud is changing the way Australians work and do business, but how big is the change? And how easy is that transition?
Facebook is absolutely booming as an advertising platform, according to some new performance statistics out today.
Some might think this election's been a bore but social media users disagree, lighting up Facebook and Twitter with Rudd and Abbott banter.
Yahoo! is well and truly back in the game, overtaking rival Google to become the most visited website in the US in July.
"Only" 329 million will subscribe to 5G - wow! That number is the entire population of the USA
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