The global market for used smartphones is forecast to reach 351.6 million units, with a market value of $65 billion, by 2024, according to the IDC.
By 2025, the number of 5G users worldwide is forecast to hit 4.1 billion, fuelled by service providers setting up the necessary technology infrastructure.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency will fund the rollout of a free EV charging network in Adelaide, with 21 chargers powered by renewable energy.
Bendigo Telco and the Greater City of Bendigo will promote the city's 100-gigabyte broadband network, to reduce the digital divide between Bendigo and the world.
Global smartphone sales marked a 5.7% decrease in the third quarter of 2020 compared to the same time last year, according to Gartner.
The ATEN CS1953 hybrid KVMP switch integrates USB-C device and DisplayPort OC into a desktop workstation.
Australian cybersecurity IoT provider HackHunter's new Pursuit Wi-Fi tracker can detect and locate unauthorised devices on enterprise Wi-Fi networks.
Optus plans to spend $250m to acquire Australia's largest MVNO and fourth-largest mobile brand by subscribers, Amaysim.
To limit the damage done by a successful cyber attack, companies should ensure each of its employees has access only to those files required to do their job.
The ACMA will be accepting applications for millimetre wave spectrum in 26 and 28 GHz bands from November, to take steps towards deploying 5G in Australia.
Juniper Research expects rapid 5G adoption to drive a strong increase in 5G revenues worldwide over the next five years.
Optus has achieved average download speeds of over 2.5 Gbps using the first of 151 planned high-speed 5G base stations to be deployed in Sydney and Melbourne.
Researchers from QUT and Defence are collaborating to develop a printable graphene layer that protects communication systems from electromagnetic radiation.
A survey has found that Australian transportation and logistics companies say that mobile technology has helped them upscale to meet demand during COVID-19.