The Australian-designed mobile phone that’s targeting the elderly

7:27PM | Monday, 28 July 2014 |  Google designed a car without a steering wheel, and now Australian startup KISA has released a phone without a screen or keypad.

The big smartphone trends mobile app developers need to be aware of: Part One

10:16PM | Monday, 7 October 2013 |  Ever wondered whether Apple or Android is ahead the Australian smartphone market? In the first of a two-part series, here are the big trends in the mobile industry you need to be aware of.

Set a passcode on your iPhone

4:00AM | Thursday, 4 April 2013 |  These days, securing your smartphone is just as important as securing your desktop PC or network. Here is one feature every iPhone owner should use.

More tricks for using Android

2:00AM | Friday, 15 February 2013 |  Here are some more handy tricks to try if you have an Android smartphone.

Keep your Android phone safe

4:44PM | Friday, 8 April 2011 |  If you use an Android smartphone, such as the Samsung Galaxy S3, here are a few key tips to help keep it secure.

Start thinking about mobile internet and your business

10:11PM | Monday, 24 October 2011 |  Over 10 million internet-enabled smartphones will flood into the Australian market in the next 14 years. How will this impact your business?

Consider creating a mobile website

1:00AM | Thursday, 19 January 2012 |  Does your website look any good on a smartphone or tablet? Borrow an iPhone and an iPad and a few similar devices and do some checking.

Change iPhone home button functions

1:00AM | Thursday, 5 January 2012 |  Did you know you can change the function of the home button on an iPhone?

Walmart acquires Aussie tech start-up Grabble

11:35PM | Friday, 11 November 2011 |  Australian tech start-up Grabble has been acquired by US retail giant Walmart for an undisclosed sum, in a deal that will see Grabble’s technology and talent become part of Walmart Labs.

Nokia teams up with Microsoft to challenge iPhone

10:52PM | Thursday, 27 October 2011 |  Mobile phone giant Nokia has teamed up with Microsoft to launch its own smartphone, the Lumia 800, in an attempt to break the market dominance of the iPhone.