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Technology analyst firm IDC says it expects the market for personal computing devices — traditional PCs, tablets and workstations — will grow 3.3.% year-on-year in 2020, with 425.7 million units shipped.

Published in Development

South Korean smartphone giant Samsung Electronics had its hardware bonanza night on Wednesday, revealing regular smartphones, a new foldable phone, earbuds, a new tablet and also a new digital watch.

Published in Mobility

GUEST OPINION by Rohan Langdon ANZ regional director Forescout: As organisations have had to support remote workforces during the COVID-19 restrictions set by the government, many of them have had to act fast to deliver digital capabilities to their remote workers. Unfortunately, this rapid organisational shift has also increased the risk of bad actors accessing corporate networks.  

GUEST OPINION by Rohan Langdon ANZ regional director Forescout: As organisations have had to support remote workforces during the COVID-19 restrictions set by the government, many of them have had to act fast to deliver digital capabilities to their remote workers. Unfortunately, this rapid organisational shift has also increased the risk of bad actors accessing corporate networks.  

Published in Security

The world will witness a 13.6% drop in shipments of devices — PCs, tablets and mobile phones — in 2020, meaning that total shipments will be 1.9 billion units, the tech research firm Gartner has forecast.

Published in Development

The coronavirus outbreak could cause around a US$42 billion revenue gap over the next 9 months for smart device vendors, according to a new global report.

Published in Market

Energy and utilities companies across the world will accelerate investments in mobile technologies to empower their front-line workers in the field, according to new research which reveals that rapid adoption of rugged mobile devices and tablets is expected over the next five years.

Published in Energy

The Australian tablet computer market faces headwinds in 2020 amid longer sales cycles and a sluggish economy, according to a new analyst study.

Published in Market

The global share of 5G smartphones will grow from 12% in 2020 to 43% in 2022, the technology research firm Gartner has forecast, with the entire mobile phone market poised to grow 1.7% this year.

Published in Mobility

Rules to better protect Australians against the bill shock that can come from high international mobile roaming charges, have been emhanced by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Wednesday, 23 October 2019 11:39

Mobile mixed reality market to top US$43bn by 2024

The global value of the mobile mixed reality market is forecast to exceed US43 billion in the next five years - with growth driven by 5G and edge computing - and a high percentage of consumer mixed reality attributable to smartphone apps, according to a new study from Juniper Research.

Published in Market

Two in five Australians (46%) are interested in connecting their tablets to mobile networks, especially if it can be connected using a mobile data sharing plan, according to a new forecast from technology analyst firm Telsyte.

Passengers on the Spirit of Tasmania ferry service between Devonport and Melbourne now have access to high-speed Internet, with a partnership by the ferry operators with Australian satellite internet provider, IPSTAR Broadband.

Monday, 16 September 2019 14:26

Foxtel directs customers to GO app

Foxtel is now directing its customers previously using the Foxtel Now mobile app to its Foxtel GO app which it says will give mobile phone or tablet users a simplified experience with the best of TV and on demand in one place.

Published in Entertainment
Sunday, 15 September 2019 23:25

Give Customers What They Want

The Perception Gap Between Retailers, Sales Assistants and Shoppers

The front line is where the action happens – and employees who are in the thick of daily operations get a real feel for what’s happening. In retail, this is where sales assistants interact with customers. When retail decision makers are removed from the front line, how well do they know what the customer wants and what their employee needs?

Sunday, 15 September 2019 23:07

Give Customers What They Want

SPONSORED NEWS. The Perception Gap Between Retailers, Sales Assistants and Shoppers

The front line is where the action happens – and employees who are in the thick of daily operations get a real feel for what’s happening. In retail, this is where sales assistants interact with customers. When retail decision makers are removed from the front line, how well do they know what the customer wants and what their employee needs?

Published in Market

Employers have been warned that staff using their own laptops or tablets to transfer and store confidential business information could potentially compromise their business.

Published in Security

Proposed changes to the regulation of international mobile roaming (IMR) services will come into effect in the Australian telecoms sector in January next year under draft changes put forward by the telecommunications regulator, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).

Published in Telecoms & NBN

A researcher from Kaspersky Lab says the company found 58.847 users who had a stalkerware application — a commercial version of spyware — installed on their Android phones or tablets in 2018, according to analysis of data collected from those who had Kaspersky anti-virus software running on their devices.

Published in Security

The Australian Greens have taken aim at the government's encryption law again, calling for its repeal and claiming that it will have "significant, unintended consequences" as Australian-based encrypted messaging services are dumped in favour of other means of communication.

Published in Government Tech Policy

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