Microsoft has announced deals to pre-install Office apps on Android tablets from Samsung, Dell and nine other OEMs as an extension of its new multiplatform strategy.
The HTC One M9 smartphone features a jewellery-grade finish, 20 MP main camera, UltraPixel front camera, 4K video capture and professional editing tools, and can support up to 260 GB storage.
Smartphone laser measuring solutions provider ikeGPS implemented a Silk Mobile functional testing system to reduce mobile apps testing time by 25%.
Apple's updated 13″ MacBook Pro with Retina display has the all-new Force Touch trackpad, fifth-generation Intel Core processors and Intel Iris Graphics 6100, two times faster flash and longer battery life.
Microsoft has launched the Lumia 435 and Lumia 532 mobile handsets, being the first Microsoft branded Lumias in Australia.
Imation has introduced the IronKey S1000 USB 3.0 Flash Drive, featuring top-level encryption, a ruggedised design and self-destruct features.
Most businesses see the advantage of having their employees equipped with mobile devices, either supplied or BYOD. But what’s the best way to deploy a mobile channel? A ready-to-use integration platform is the key.
Apple has asked its Asian suppliers to manufacture up to 6 million Apple Watch units ahead of the April launch, and market researchers expect the company to sell around 20 million of the devices this year.
60% of organisations surveyed by Gartner expect the Internet of Things to present major new revenue or cost-saving opportunities, but less than a quarter have established clear IoT leadership.
Recent research has found that two-thirds of organisations underestimate their true mobile cost of ownership, with support and operations costs being more than twice that of hardware costs.
Livescribe has announced that the Livescribe 3 smartpen will support Android devices early this year. The Livescribe+ app will be released for select Android devices with KitKat v4.4a and above or Lollipop 5.0, and Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) support.
Bretford Manufacturing has announced that its PureCharge family of quick-charging carts and stations for multiple iPads will be available to the Australian market during Q1 2015.
The Minitar Wireless AC Repeater/AP simultaneously supports both 2.4 and 5 GHz wireless network connections, providing transmission speeds as fast as 733 Mbps.
There will be 4.9bn IoT devices in use worldwide next year, and Australian SMBs are eager to take reap the benefits of the technology trend, two research reports show.
High-quality, low-cost sensors have entered the market, putting biometrics in the hands of consumers for the first time. But availability doesn't necessarily translate to viability.