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See-through smartphone vision to become reality
If Polytron Technologies can pull it off, your next smartphone will be transparent.
Smartphone sales grow, everything else, not so
Smartphones continue to drive overall mobile phone sales, as feature phones trail way behind.
Apple, Samsung and the great pretenders
Rivals dominate the mobile phone market as BlackBerry, Nokia and Motorola post damning losses.
Samsung succeeds as Apple's acceleration slows
Samsung accounts for one in three shipments during the year, as Apple faces big challenges in the industry.
Mobile marketing spend to smash US$55bn by 2015
Brands placing smartphones and tablets at heart of engagement strategies.
NZ ranks 7th in smartphone privacy risk
New research reveals when it comes to smartphone app use, New Zealand has been ranked 7th in the top 10 countries at risk of privacy exposure.
Facebook set to unveil new project?
Social networking giant invites press to "come see what we're building" early next week.
China becomes biggest global Android market
Two in every three mobile phones sold in China in 2012 were powered by Android with the US market catching up rapidly.
Smartphone msg app to lose operators $54bn by 2016
SMS revenues to take a hit within three years due to the increasing popularity of social messaging services on smartphones.
50% of smartphones to cost less than US$150 by 2017
Major shift in market as 85% of sales last year were dominated by more expensive devices.
Airline passengers want more smartphone control
Onward march of self-service with 70% of passengers now armed with smartphones.
ESET’s android smartphone secures IT needs
Security eases corporate mobile management headaches.
Channel capitalising on cyber security?
The increasing awareness of cyber security issues and low awareness of smartphone security are creating an opportunity for resellers to create new business.
ANZ goMoney goes Android for smartphones
Mobile app available for Android-supported smartphones.
Smart device sales to hit 1.2 billion by 2013
Gartner says 821 million devices will be purchased by the end of 2012, surpassing a billion early next year.
Smartphone thieves target Auckland
Thieves target around 40 smartphones every week across the city, demanding cash for their return.
Microsoft building own smartphone?
Internet rumours suggest software giant is testing phone hardware with suppliers in Asia.
Kiwis embrace smartphones during 2012
New Zealanders increase smartphone usage during 2012 but still catching up with 'video on demand.'
Q3 smartphone shipments exceeds 157m
Samsung sets the market pace, posting record unit shipments of 56.3 million.
Tech advancements causing excessive E-waste
Ongoing developments in tablets and smartphones contributing to the rapid abandonment of old models.
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.