Toshiba has announced the establishment of Toshiba Client Solutions ANZ, a subsidiary focused on mobile computing technologies for public and private sector organisations in Australia and New Zealand.
NSW IoT start-up Thinxtra said its IoT network now covers 25% of the A/NZ population, and the company is on track to expand this to 85% within the next 14 months.
Disruptive new FinTech companies are seeing strong traction globally, with half of banking customers worldwide, including 42.8% in Australia, using at least one such service.
While Australian millennials are driving online shopping, older generations are not far behind, according to a Pitney Bowes global online shopping study.
Commonwealth Bank and Alipay will collaborate to make it easier for Australian customers to pay for goods over Alibaba's e-commerce websites, and to let Chinese tourists use Alipay in Australian brick-and-mortar stores.
Consumer NZ will no longer be recommending Fitbit fitness trackers, calling their reliability into question.
The ACCC has released a discussion paper exploring whether to declare a domestic mobile roaming service, which would let consumers use other mobile networks when outside of their provider's footprint.
Apple's latest line of MacBook Pro notebooks replaces the function keys with a full-colour, multitouch Touch Bar interface.
The Xplore XSLATE R12 detachable rugged tablet PC is a 12.5″ tablet designed to be reliable enough to be the primary computing device for public safety, manufacturing, utility, insurance and construction industry professionals alike.
Microsoft has announced new products in its Surface line of computing devices and a free Windows 10 update targeted at creative professionals.
Research by Telsyte reveals that the market for tablet devices has stabilised, with sales in Australia increased by 4% in the first half of 2016.