Wangle: Australia's first ACMA-compliant VPN Wangle Technologies has launched what it says is Australia's "fastest, most secure (and) cheapest mobile VPN." Yet it complies with metadata retention requirements.
Kogan seeks to lure ‘data heavy’ mobile users with latest plans Online discounter Kogan has kept up the market pressure to lure mobile users to its services with the launch of a new deal on mobile…
All-solid-state battery 'to market in three years' The inventor of a new all-solid-state battery believes that it can be brought to market in three years.
Victoria to fix mobile blackspots along rail lines Victoria has announced it will fix mobile blackspots along the state's five busiest rail corridors in partnership with Telstra, Optus and Vodafone.
Galaxy S8 unlikely to be an iPhone killer: Kantar The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are unlikely to be iPhone killers if past statistics are any guide, Lauren Guenveur, consumer insight director for…
Android holds position in China, iOS reigns in US Android's share of the urban China market in the three months ending February 2017 was more than at any time in the previous year, with…
Mobile users switching providers more often: survey Australia's mobile services market is becoming more competitive with 15% of subscribers switching providers in 2016, a survey by technology analyst firm Telsyte has found.
amaysim acquires energy company Click Holdings Mobile services provider amaysim has acquired Click Energy Group Holdings and says a co-branded energy product can be expected by the second half of the…
Qantas launches fast, free on-flight Wi-Fi On 7 April, Qantas switched on its fast, free onboard Wi-Fi for passengers on board Boeing 737-800 VH-XZB. iTWire was there to try it out.
Canonical declares Ubuntu phone is dead Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth has announced that the company will be stopping the development of its phones and tablets, and reverting back to the GNOME…

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