1. Blogs
    August 26th, 2013 by Mike Elgan
    Why you plug gadgets into the wall like a Neanderthal

    In the future, your phones, tablets and wearable computing gadgets won’t come with chargers – they’ll use inductive chargers built into...

  2. Blogs
    August 19th, 2013 by John Cox
    iPhone 6 rumour rollup

    As the days shorten, so does the iOSphere’s patience. But we may only have to wait a few days before our agony is over and the Next iPhone(s)...

  3. Gadget Guide
    August 13th, 2013 by Macworld Australia Staff
    BoomBandit camera crane

    Weighing 800g, the Australian designed and manufactured BoomBandit is a lightweight, aluminium camera crane for smartphones and small digital cameras....

  4. Blogs
    August 11th, 2013 by Antone Gonsalves
    Smartphones could evolve into password killers

    The ubiquitous smartphone, which many people now depend on for business and in their personal lives, is emerging as a promising replacement for passwords...

  5. Blogs
    July 27th, 2013 by Mike Elgan
    Why the mob rules

    A Kickstarter project called Tile set out to raise US$20,000 to create small, flat, battery-powered stickers that you attach to your stuff, enabling...

  6. Blogs
    July 22nd, 2013 by Matt Hamblen
    Smartwatches await their time

    With Apple’s iWatch and several competing smartwatches from major manufacturers in the works, some analysts question whether such wearable...

  7. Blogs
    July 21st, 2013 by Tom Kaneshige
    What can employers really see on a BYOD smartphone or tablet?

    The thought of a CIO turning to spying technology to peek inside a personal iPhone makes people furious. They fret about an employer remotely reading...

  8. Features
    July 21st, 2013 by Howard Baldwin
    Why the enterprise can’t shake its email addiction

    Atos CEO Thierry Breton caught a lot of flak last year when he announced he wanted his employees to give up email, but he may have been onto something....

  9. App Guide
    July 19th, 2013 by Amber Bouman, TechHive

    For all the glorious multitudes of data that your Fitbit pulls, it can’t encourage you to stay hydrated. And while there are dozens of sensors,...

  10. News
    July 16th, 2013 by Matt Hamblen, Computerworld (US)
    US app economy expected to double by 2017 to US$151 billion

    The combined value of paid apps, app-enabled purchases of goods and services and in-app advertising is expected to double to US$151 billion in the...

  11. Blogs
    July 8th, 2013 by Steven Vaughan-Nichols
    The outrage about Prism spying is wearing off already

    As the saga surrounding the revelations about the National Security Agency’s Prism program unfolded, I half expected a public figure to arise...

  12. Blogs
    July 2nd, 2013 by Christopher Null
    Tablets in bed are damaging sleep and killing productivity

    Ah, Mondays. Wonder why your employees are all yawning and glassy-eyed today? It may be easy to blame it on overindulgences over the weekend, but...

  13. News
    June 27th, 2013 by Mikael Ricknas
    Telefónica hopes to dent iOS-Android duopoly with Windows Phone push

    Spanish operator Telefónica is worried about the iOS-Android smartphone duopoly, and has joined with Microsoft in a marketing blitz that it hopes...

  14. Blogs
    June 4th, 2013 by Kelly Vieira
    Camera showdown: Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Apple iPhone 5

    Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is toted as the flagship Android device in the market right now, and with good reason. It boasts a Quadcore CPU (in the Australian...

  15. Blogs
    June 1st, 2013 by John Moltz
    What Apple does best: reinventing, not inventing

    If you’ve ever been in an online forum or on a general technology news site’s comment thread pertaining to an article about Apple, well, God help...

  16. News
    May 22nd, 2013 by Mikael Ricknas
    Unity adds free mobile game development for iOS and Android

    Unity Technologies has added the ability to develop for iOS and Android games for free using its platform. Unity’s cross-platform development...

  17. Productivity
    May 15th, 2013 by Tom Kaneshige
    Which workers are the best fit for BYOD?

    From the always-on salesperson to the clock-punching hourly worker, companies will need to weigh the pros and cons of including each worker type in...

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