We've had fingerprint and face scanners, myriad camera lenses, the death of headphone jacks and bezels that keep shrinking. Now we're starting to see the next big idea — completely foldable phones.
The Federal Court finds the company misled customers who unknowingly bought games, ringtones and other digital content via the telco's direct billing service.
Zhenya Tsvetnenko is facing extradition to the US for allegedly defrauding mobile phone customers by billing them for unwanted premium SMS services. This is how direct billing schemes operate here and how to avoid being caught out.
Apple expects to release a patch this week to resolve the bug, which lets iPhone users hear audio from people who have not yet picked up a video call.
Clive Palmer's crude app is designed to draw attention to his political comeback, but it has also unwittingly exposed a privacy hole in Australian politics.
Many farmers now use apps to control watering systems, monitor their crops and animals and even close gates, but mobile phone blackspots in regional areas are playing havoc with that technology.
I started in photography more than 30 years ago with film, darkrooms, a bagful of cameras and lens. But no my photography now is done exclusively with a smartphone, which takes amazing photographs — so long as you do it right, writes Rob Layton.
Real-world etiquette doesn't transfer easily to the digital realm. So is it time for a new social contract for online messaging to prevent friends leaving your messages on read?
Controversial laws giving police access to encrypted messages are being backed by Mike Burgess, chief of one of Australia's most secretive intelligence agencies, the Australian Signals Directorate.
The Government wants new laws to force technology companies to let police access encrypted messages. Technology companies, human rights groups, lawyers and others aren't happy. And no-one quite knows how this will play out.