Microsoft is now trying to make its devices attractive, cool and desirable, top executives say.
JAMES POMFRET - Reuters
Production indefinitely halted at Chinese supplier to Samsung after factory suspected of using child workers.
DAN LEVINE - Reuters
Lawsuit claims Google requires handset manufacturers to restrict competing apps on its Android phones.
JIM FINKLE - Reuters
Ex-NSA contractor intends to devote his time to promoting technologies that allow people to communicate anonymously.
Devised as a gateway to its pricier Lumia phones, device didn't become the runaway hit Nokia envisaged.
BLAYNE SLABBERT - The Dominion Post
Although there are many shiny, high-end smartphones to choose from, the more budget conscious may find it harder to find a device that fits their needs.
On one side of the footpath it said 'No cellphones'; on the other 'Cellphones: Walk at your own risk'.
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TOM PULLAR-STRECKER - The Dominion Post
Google’s answer to Microsoft Windows computers should be back in New Zealand consumer electronics stores within weeks.
Google's ambitious plan to create customisable modular smartphones, moves one step closer to reality.
Auckland tech expo joins forces with the Gizmos, Gadgets and Technology Show for second year.
Politician in charge of a parliamentary inquiry into US spying says Germany is seriously considering a low-tech solution; typewriters.
Former tech nemeses to work together on 100 different mobile applications designed for a wide range of industries.
BRIDIE SMITH - The Age
There is a new black on the block. It’s darker and much more mysterious. But you’re unlikely to see it.
Unexplained rash? It turns out your tablet may contain one of the most common allergy-inducing metals.
HAYDEN WALLES - The Press
Hayden Walles explores ways of finding safe harbour from radio waves.
HENRY COOKE - The Press
Henry Cooke gets a glimpse into the factory where most of the world's screens are made.
Screen that can be rolled up a step toward making large flexible TVs.
Chinese state media brands Apple iPhone a threat because of the smartphone's ability to track and time-stamp user locations.
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