Global technology sector veteran Darren Needham-Walker has been appointed Chief Marketing Officer of Brisbane tech startup Advanced Mobility Analytics Group AMAG.
Changes to the App Store and the way consumers and developers can purchase apps and subscriptions has been announced by Apple that will hopefully keep developers and consumers happy, and end US court action against the tech giant - along with setting up a fund to help small US developers.
With Ericsson's 5G Smart Factory in Lewisville Texas having produced its first 5G base stations earlier this month, it has been bee recognised by the World Economic Forum as a "Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) pioneer".
New Zealand-based appliance retailer Fisher & Paykel has teamed up with digital commerce consultancy Tryzens to launch its new online platform in the UK market and to service its global market customers.
Cisco and La Trobe University are claiming a world first with the joint appointment of the Cisco Chair in Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things at La Trobe, Professor Wei Xiang.
The prosecutor pursuing the alleged rape investigation against Julian Assange in Sweden says that it will now be halted after re-interviewing a key witness.
Huawei has been under a lot of pressure in 2019, including reports late last week that Google would not allow its apps and services on the upcoming Mate 30 Pro, with Huawei now issuing a statement regarding US DoJ probes into the company.
A resolution to ban payment for ransomware was passed unanimously by 1400 mayors representing most US cities in June.
Google has shocked the world by banning Huawei from future OS versions and security updates, but existing Huawei handsets will continue getting Google Play app updates, while Huawei promises it will issue security updates instead.
Japanese ICT firm Fujitsu has appointed 30-year IT industry veteran Conway Kosi as vice-president of sales, customer service management and marketing for the Oceania region.
US telco Sprint and global telco network equipment manufacturer Ericsson have announced "a global relationship to build a distributed and virtualised core network dedicated specifically to IoT, in addition to a world-class IoT operating system".
At his Medium blog, FCC chairman Ajit Pai has announced the first of several 5G auctions in the US to bring forth millimetre-wave spectrum for mobile broadband, and more.
Launching on iOS and coming soon to Android, the new Stake app enables easy trading of US shares in Australia, with rapid business momentum already seeing over $50 million traded on the platform.
The carrier-neutral Hawaiki submarine cable system connecting Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia, American Samoa, Hawaii and Oregon in the US is set for final testing before its June 2018 service start.
Verizon has tested an "in-stadium pre-commercial 5G network connection to demonstrate how massive speed and bandwidth can bring live video and virtual reality experiences to new levels".
The Consumer Technology Association's annual report now includes streaming services, projected to contribute US$19.5 billion in revenue, with the full video of the presentation to the media available below.
The question in the US today is whether Silicon Valley's biggest players need the same grilling usually reserved for Wall Street.
iOS is up in the US, China, Japan, flat in the EU5 and down in Australia, with Android down in the US, China and Japan but up in the other major countries.
Remember when AT&T was broken up in the US? Whether you do, or don’t, AT&T is on the verge of becoming the most powerful telco and media organisation in the world.
Mobile platform and services provider Syntonic says its "first of its kind" and "in-depth" survey has found that US businesses are overspending "more than US$2.6 billion annually on BYOD reimbursements".
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