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.
Without a well-designed and unified BYOD management strategy in place, companies risk exposing their most sensitive data to outside sources while stunting employee innovation.
The Australian tablet market contracted 28% in 1H14 as consumers waited longer to upgrade, Telsyte estimates, and the impending launch of the iPhone 6 could further impact demand.
During a speech this week, Intel president Renée James said more than 130 tablet models using an Intel chipset have been launched or announced, and the company is on track to launch an SoC for low-cost smartphones in Q4.
Australian organisations are approaching bring your own device (BYOD) in a variety of ways. Some are adopting BYOD and report benefits from doing so; some reject it outright, feeling it's not appropriate for their organisation; and many more have not addressed the issue at all.
The ongoing Internet of Everything trend will create a future with trillions of connected devices, generating a total market opportunity of over $791bn by 2020, Frost & Sullivan predicts.
Oracle has had a legal victory in its copyright infringement case against heavyweight Google, with a US appeals court deciding Oracle can copyright parts of Java.
Monash University researchers have designed a 'spaser' made of carbon, and the technology could eventually replace transistors in devices such as memory and displays.
Cohda Wireless has been selected to supply equipment for a long-term trial aimed at reducing crashes involving large vehicles on a stretch of highway near Wollongong.
Microsoft's recently revealed Office for iPad will appeal to some users, but will leave those looking for innovative tablet-related features disappointed, according to one analyst firm.
Financial institution CUA has implemented a new solution to protect data and applications on its fleet of company-owned and BYOD mobile devices.
Two in three Australian businesses have employees using personal mobile or web apps for work purposes - sometimes without the consent of IT - a Telsyte survey shows.
Teams from MOYB and Millipede have won a Ford Australia hackathon to develop innovative mobile apps that can be operated using in-vehicle voice controls.
A vision of Android gaining more control of the local smartphone market tops the list of Frost & Sullivan predictions for the most game-changing trends in Australia's digital media sector.
Google and several affiliated tech companies have been sued for patent infringement by Rockstar Consortium, a joint venture owned by Apple, Microsoft, BlackBerry, Ericsson and Sony.