Mobility & Wireless News, Features, and Interviews

  • What’s new in Apple’s Swift 4.0 language

    The programming language for MacOS and iOS apps offers an improved package manager, new source-code compatibility option, and many language improvements

    22 Sept. 17 20:00 Written by Paul Krill
  • Google’s HTC move borrows from Apple’s playbook

    Google's $1.1 billion acquisition of HTC’s smartphone engineering arm is a recognition that to produce a quality device you need to control over the hardware and software – just like Apple.

    22 Sept. 17 07:59 Written by Lucas Mearian
  • McDonald’s taps Telstra for fibre upgrade

    Telstra will roll out a fibre network for more than 850 McDonald’s restaurants as part of a $90 million deal with the fast food giant.

    21 Sept. 17 13:35 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • Coming soon to the office: iOS 11's augmented reality

    With the official launch of iOS 11 this week, Apple not only introduced a more PC-like feel to its mobile devices, but included an SDK supporting augmented and virtual reality, which has enormous potential for enterprise use.

    21 Sept. 17 04:57 Written by Lucas Mearian
  • Mingis on Tech: All about Android 8.0 'Oreo'

    Android's latest version, Oreo, has been out since late August. We get the rundown on cool and useful new features from Android blogger JR Raphael.

    20 Sept. 17 05:45 Written by Ken Mingis
  • How to restore an iPhone and use recovery mode

    To restore a balky iPhone, you’ll need iTunes on a computer, a backup of your device’s data and apps and – if you want get really granular – a downloaded .ipsw file. Here’s how to proceed.

    19 Sept. 17 20:11 Written by Michael deAgonia
  • Govt to launch ‘Digital Economy Strategy’

    The government will release a Digital Economy Strategy early next year “to seize the benefits of digital transformation and secure Australian jobs into the future”.

    19 Sept. 17 15:08 Written by George Nott
  • Chambers stepping down from Cisco’s board

    John Chambers, who served two decades as CEO of Cisco and for the last two years has been executive chairman, announced today that he will be leaving Cisco’s board of directors this year. Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins will become chairman of the board.

    19 Sept. 17 04:57 Written by Brandon Butler
  • 5 top ways to run Windows on a Mac

    With options ranging from Boot Camp to Parallels to VirtualBox and others, the big question is which one makes it easy to manage Windows-running Macs within your enterprise IT infrastructure.

    18 Sept. 17 19:59 Written by Richard Hoffman
  • CBA to launch Android Pay by end of year

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia currently only offers tap and pay Android phone payments through its own digital wallet app.

    18 Sept. 17 14:14 Written by George Nott
  • The 3 keys to getting value from custom-built apps

    Whether a company is building for mobile users, the desktop or the web, custom apps can solve a lot of enterprise problems – if IT does all the right things in the right order.

    15 Sept. 17 23:31 Written by Ryan Faas

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