New research has found similarities between the number of Aussies who said they intended to buy a smartwatch earlier this year and the number of Aussies who said they were going to buy a smartphone in 2008.
The giant tech company aims for the large-screen device to be a big mover in the business market, pushing the hardware out with Windows 10, Skype for Business, Office, OneNote, and Universal Windows to drive productivity.
The current crop of marketing automation tools was a luxury affordable only to larger organisations, but it’s now possible for small businesses to share a slice of the pie as well.
Video messaging application Snapchat looks to have made the right decision turning down Facebook’s attempt to acquire them for $US3 billion in 2013...
Some Australian customers have been charged multiple times by streaming giant Netflix, with at least one customer reporting being charged for the service up to 11 times.
Google’s fully self-driving vehicle will be leaving the company’s testing facilities and hitting the open road.
As it opens up its new Internet.org platform to developers, social media giant Facebook is coming under fire with claims it is compromising the components of net neutrality.
GAMURS, a social network aimed at the gaming market, has just secured half a million dollars in seed funding. Almost 4,000 members are already using the public beta, and the young man behind the company is only 19.
Believe it, Microsoft's augmented reality tech is on its way, and they're tying it with Windows 10 to boot.
The world of smartphones is being disrupted by Xiaomi, a Chinese company that has managed to break the record for the most smartphones sold on one platform – in a single day.
While many focus on utilising a bundle of security solutions in hope of finding a ‘silver bullet’ to fix its security woes, many forget the basics.