Running out of space on your iPhone or iPad? SanDisk's iXpand provides up to 64GB of external storage.
The latest version of the ABC app includes for the first time support for Android tablets.
Apple has brought the low-end iPod touch into line with the rest of the range.
There's a new twist to the ongoing saga surrounding Apple's plans for the TV market. Not surprisingly, it involves a new version of the Apple TV.
Apple announced its iTunes Radio streaming service in June last year, and it has now reached Australia.
A new version of Parallels Access provides full support for Windows 7, 8 and 8.1, and simplifies use of the product with certain corporate networks.
Australian-based, global Business Intelligence (BI) and analytics software vendor, Yellowfin, has launched the latest version of its BI platform, Yellowfin 7.
Apple has ordered its hardware makers to scale back on iPhone 5c manufacturing, leading analysts to believe the colourful phone isn't selling as well as expected.
The Fitbit Force fitness gadget has been announced over the weekend, but Australians won't be able to get their hands (or wrists) on the device until next year.
Coffee fiends (ie. most of Australia) now have a reliable way of finding a decent cup of coffee, thanks to a flashy new iPhone app.
Last week millions of iPhone 4 users received a message from Apple suggesting that they upgrade to iOS 7. If you are one such user, you should ignore this suggestion – unless you want to degrade the performance of your phone and be forced into an unnecessary upgrade.
It's the photo that says it all. Queues were well down for Apple's iPhone 5s and 5c launch last week, despite Apple adding new colours, a better battery and a fingerprint sensor.
Good Technology says its entire suite of mobile security applications will fully support iOS 7 from the day Apple's latest OS is released.
Despite a lacklustre media response to the new 5C and 5S it is not about the hardware – it is about iOS 7 and Sir Jony Ives (KBE) vision for a flatter, cleaner, clearer, more colourful future.
Apple has invited media to an event on 10 September, all but confirming the new iPhones will be announced in a week's time.
Amidst all the hype around the new iOS and Mac Pro, one pretty big new feature was left out of the conversation - a new 'kill switch' for the iPhone.
A new iOS 7 concept video demonstrates what Jony Ive’s rumoured vision of a flatter iOS 7 could bring to the table, and it's looking damn pretty.
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