The view from the top of IT with TechWorld Editor Rohan Pearce
Nokia has started shipping mobile phones in India that are preloaded with its banking application, in a bid to popularize mobile banking in the country.
By John Ribeiro | 28 June, 2011 00:30
Telstra has announced it will offer the 4.3-inch HTC Sensation Android smartphone exclusively from next month.
By Rodney Gedda | 27 June, 2011 12:27
Telstra (ASX:TLS) has introduced high definition voice calling made between compatible phone across its Next G Network.
By Chloe Herrick | 24 June, 2011 12:42
Nokia has finally got around to releasing a handset capable of competing with the iPhone and Android juggernaut with the announcement of the MeeGo-powered N9 touch screen smartphone set to be available early Q3.
By Rodney Gedda | 21 June, 2011 15:42
LG's high-end Optimus 3D smartphone will launch early next month on the Optus network. The LG Optimus 3D's key selling point is its 4.3-inch 3D screen.
By TechWorld staff | 21 June, 2011 13:57
Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei has announced its first Android-powered tablet, the MediaPad, at a conference in Singapore, but won’t say when it’s coming to Australia or which telcos will offer the device.
By Rodney Gedda | 21 June, 2011 11:30
Telstra (ASX:TLS) has released its battery-powered Ultimate Mobile Wi-Fi device which it hopes will coax more Australian businesses into using its high-speed wireless Next G network.
By Chloe Herrick | 21 June, 2011 09:52
With tablet devices and social media playing a greater role in our business and personal lives, we here at Computerworld Australia thought we’d take a look at the top social media apps for tablet devices.
By Lisa Banks | 20 June, 2011 14:24
Search and Cloud services giant Google is responsible for nearly half of all Telstra’s traffic and mobile is data is doubling every year, according to Telstra chief executive David Thodey.
By Rodney Gedda | 17 June, 2011 15:20
Two lawmakers today proposed a bipartisan measure that would regulate how law enforcement agencies and companies can access and use geo-location data gathered from cell phones, tablets and other mobile devices.
By Jaikumar Vijayan | 16 June, 2011 05:23
Minnesota Sen. Al Franken is one of most vocal politicians in Washington when it comes to the issue of mobile privacy. In April, he sent letters to both Apple and Google asking if and how they collect location data on their users.
By Ed Oswald | 16 June, 2011 07:08
The ability to support the myriad of mobile devices in a coherent way is a bugbear for mobilising enterprise applications, but one local start up has leveraged open source components to make it all happen without the need for an on-premise server or native app.
By Rodney Gedda | 14 June, 2011 15:29
Google removed more malware-infected applications from its Android Market last week, according to a security researcher who reported the rogue software to the company.
By Gregg Keizer | 13 June, 2011 20:55
When Intel showed off the specifications for and a prototype of its new "Ultrabook" mobile platform in late May, the thin and light laptop design looked awfully familiar to a lot of Mac owners.
By Robert Dutt | 14 June, 2011 04:14
Apple this month will start to mass produce the next generation version of the MacBook Air, according to AppleInsider.
By Paul Suarez | 14 June, 2011 00:52
A recall of some Apple iPads could further constrain supplies of the popular tablet device at a time when the company is already struggling to meet demand.
By Keir Thomas | 14 June, 2011 01:19
As with past iPhone updates, iOS 5 plays catch-up with Apple's competitors and Android in particular, while adding unique features such as Twitter integration, iMessage, and online storage through iCloud.
By Jared Newman | 14 June, 2011 00:50
Apple's new version of its desktop operating system is expected to allow quick access to the Internet without having to log back in when your system is locked.
By Ian Paul | 14 June, 2011 00:39
I love my hometown of San Francisco. Great weather, great views, great food. But terrible radio. So when I'm driving, I've developed the habit of tuning into Pandora on an iPhone that I link to my car radio. Like a lot of other AT&T customers, I've been moved from my unlimited data plan to measured service. Yes, that was my choice, but what has the metered plan done to my music habit? And does that mean I made a mistake?
By Bill Snyder | 14 June, 2011 04:00
Research In Motion's (RIM) BlackBerry smartphone OS is known for security, and that's for good reason. RIM designed the mobile OS with security in mind from the start, and it shows; the BlackBerry OS offers a number of ways for smartphone owners and IT administrators to control how mobile applications interact with your device and all of the data stored on it.
By Al Sacco | 14 June, 2011 02:30