Somewhat buried beneath all the fanfare about the updates to Apple's iOS and iPadOS operating systems on Tuesday was the main dish of the day: the privacy changes that Facebook and some advertisers have been railing about, but which now have to be dealt with.
If you lose your Fitbit while finding your fitness, new Tile integration may help.
The first six-monthly interim report from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commissions Digital Platform Services inquiry shows that the share of online advertising spend of Google and Facebook is increasing, with $53 of every $100 going to Google and $28 to Facebook.
Smart watches have come of age, with the latest being a sub-$200 model called the MOVETIME Family Watch, letting parents stay in touch with 4G calls, video calls, photo sharing, messaging and GPS tracking.
GIPHY, the entertaining online database of billions of short looping videos, announced today its integration with Oracle Data Cloud to measure advertising delivery, viewability and invalid traffic across its billions of GIFs.
With the help of multi-Gold Medal winning Olympian Sally Pearson, Huawei has launched two new models in its existing Watch GT range in Australia, one for the active user at the larger 46mm size, while an elegant new 42mm model for smaller wrists has also arrived.
Cyber security solutions provider Bitdefender has released an updated product line which it claims will give consumers complete privacy.
After a week of hard labour, the obvious instinct of a worker is to look for some light relief. Thankfully, one need not look very far this week, for Google chief executive Pichai Sundararajan — who now goes by the Westernised name Sundar Pichai — has been waxing voluble on privacy, a topic which provides much comedic relief when tackled by Google executives.
Google has refused to patch a vulnerability in older versions of Android that allows malicious attackers to track and locate smartphones, unless users upgrade to the latest version, or Android Pie.
With new Frollo stats showing Australians are "spending three times more on ride-sharing services than on taxis", it follows that not keeping a close eye on in-app and tap-and-go payments can cost you.
Famed iOS developer, Marco Arment, is no longer at peace with his iOS 9 ad-blocking app, Peace, and he’s given us a piece of his mind.
Google, Skytruth and Oceana have joined forces to create ‘Global Fishing Watch’, which isn’t to display the best times for fishing on your smart watch but a big data platform leveraging satellite data to visualise, track and share info about fishing activity worldwide - legal or not.
A new free game for iPhone and iPad dubbed Umoove Experience: The 3D Face and Eye Tracking Flying Game is a strong demonstration of how head and eye movements can be integrated into a mobile game.
Microsoft has come up with a unique way to get viewers to sit through commercials, but it's just a little bit creepy.
Mobile asset management specialist Navman Wireless has been acquired by Danaher Corporation.
Navman Wireless has released a new GPS fleet tracking unit, but the service is still available through Telstra.
Trimble's new fleet monitoring system provides Australia-wide coverage by using cellular and satellite communications.
Imagine walking around a shopping centre and having your every move tracked; by software that has latched onto your mobile phone's unique ID.
Navman Wireless' GPS fleet management system will be available through all of Telstra's channels as the result of a renewed partnership between the two companies.
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