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Smartphone sales double Samsung profits
South Korean company predicts record profits in the three months to September, led by sales of its Galaxy smartphones.
Smartphones to hit 1.7 billion by 2017
Smartphones shipped globally will reach figures of 1.7 billion by 2017 with emerging markets seeing particularly strong growth according to latest findings.
Kiwis abandon old-school support for mobile help
Research shows New Zealanders prefer mobile alternatives over traditional customer services channels.
Will HP hop back on the smartphone bandwagon?
Company CEO says it's only a matter of time before the software giant returns to the smartphone business it abandoned over a year ago.
NZ smartphone market to grow 20%
Over half a million Kiwis expected to join the smartphone craze by 2013 according to research findings.
Samsung fights Apple’s U.S. product ban attempts
As Apple seek to ban eight Samsung smartphones from sale in the U.S., the South Korean company has hit back vowing to fight the restrictions.
Google to axe 4,000 Motorola jobs
Internet search engine set to slash workforce by 20% to restore the company to profitability.
Are Kiwis heading for a cashless society?
New Zealand is on track to becoming a cashless society after MasterCard revealed a strong willingness amongst Kiwis to adopt mobile payment methods.
Apple seeks quick judgement in Samsung trial
As Samsung continues to question the fairness of the trial, Apple requests a quick ruling in an attempt for victory.
Drama on day two of the Apple v Samsung lawsuit case
There was high drama in the smartphone patent case with last minute jury shifts, sanctions threats and opening statements from both parties as Apple and Samsung officially wage war in California.
Can jurors of the Apple v Samsung lawsuit be impartial?
Judge selects jury to hear lawsuit in the first U.S. smartphone patent case after determining their 'suitability for the case.'
Apple v Samsung judge quizzes jury
Prospective jurors in Apple v Samsung patent lawsuit are questioned as the smartphone giants begin their long-awaited courtroom showdown.
Galaxy smartphones drive Samsung profits
The world's largest electronics company posts record profits through Galaxy S III smartphone.
Three tips for smartphone security
More advice in recognition of Cyber Security Awareness Week.
China to overtake Japan in IT spend next year: IDC
Consumer and business market growth will see mainlanders become biggest spenders in APJ region by 2013.
WSJ, Reuters signal 4 inch iPhone screen
Is Apple preparing to up-size the iPhone? Some big names have lent their weight to the rumour.
Smartphone ownership skyrocketing: IDC
Penetration in New Zealand households has leapt from 13% in 2011 to 44% in 2012, analysts say.
Samsung's Galaxy Note hits 5 million sales
Samsung took a big gamble when it released its Galaxy Note, the hefty smartphone/tablet crossover that used a stylus as an input device.
App of the Week: Vodafone Guardian
An android app to keep your child - and your bank balance - safe on smartphones
Google Tips and Tricks: Travel special
It’s a few months into the New Year and you might be itching to take a trip. If that’s the case (or if you just want to start planning your next vacation to propel yourself out of the post-holiday blues) check out these handy travel tips from Google.
Brancott estate releases world’s most curious bottle
In a first for a New Zealand wine brand, Brancott Estate has launched a new smartphone application which brings together the world of wine and entertainment in 14 unique consumer experiences.
Moving Video Communications Beyond the Boardroom
Combined with the improvements in technology, widespread video collaboration is becoming a realistic solution for enhancing business communications.
Naive PM's dodgy cost-saving app
Why government plans to deliver cheaper services over smartphones won't work.
What's your mobile marketing strategy?
Mix of tools offers huge opportunity to engage with customers - but how do you make sure you're not doing more harm than good?