NEC achieves Cisco Gold Certification in Australia

Late last year NEC achieved Gold Certification from Cisco meaning that it met rigorous standards in relation to networking competency, service, support and customer satisfaction. What does this mean for NEC? As quoted by Alan Hyde, Managing Director, NEC Australia, “NEC Australia’s Cisco Gold Partner Certification demonstrates our commitment to achieving our corporate Vision; to deliver […]

Smartphones: The past, present and the future

BY: DUSAN BELIC, INTOMOBILE FRIDAY, MARCH 15TH, 2013 AT 4:18 AM The folks of Waypharer prepared a neat infographic to illustrate the long road modern smartphones has crossed from AT&T’s first mobile network established in 1946 to the latest smartphones like iPhone 5, HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S IV. Some of the more interesting dates include: 1994. IBM […]

Rumor: iPhone 5S to Have Fingerprint Sensor, NFC?

BY: IAN KERSEY, INTOMOBILE MONDAY, MARCH 11TH, 2013 AT 12:12 PM According to the China Times, the rumored iPhone 5S may be incorporating some new technologies in its hardware, such as NFC and a fingerprint sensor. The two hardware components could work together to provide a new security protocol pertaining to NFC payments, allowing users to authorize payment with their fingerprint. […]

Tablets overtake smartphones as preferred web browsing device

Friday, 08 March 2013 10:20 Andrew Sadauskas, Smart Company Consumers using tablets now drive more traffic to websites than smartphone users, according to new figures from Adobe. However, the figures, posted on Adobe’s digital marketing blog, also show that a remarkable 84% of traffic comes from desktop and laptop PCs, compared to 7% from smartphones and […]

Samsung Galaxy S IV leaked screenshots show new features like ‘Smart Scroll’

BY: GEORGE TINARI, INTOMOBILE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6TH, 2013 AT 9:28 AM   As we get closer to the official unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S IV with each day those goes by, new rumors come to surface to heighten the anticipation. SamMobile published screenshots of leaked firmware originally thought to be for the GS IV. Though the blog was […]

Android Users Consume More Mobile Data Than iPhone Users

BY: IAN KERSEY, INTOMOBILE MONDAY, MARCH 4TH, 2013 AT 11:06 AM According to Cisco, your Android handset is gobbling up more data compared to the iPhone. Based on mobile data consumption statistics, Android users consume 38% more megabytes per user than iPhone users. This number has been growing steadily over the past few years, and the cause […]

BlackBerry: Keeping IT in Mind From the Beginning

By Rob Enderle, CIO Fri, February 22, 2013 BlackBerry started with businesses as its primary customers. Then known as Research in Motion, the company initially brought the two-way pager into the mainstream—and, unlike today’s typical smartphones and tablets, these actually entered the market as executive tools, not consumer products. From the very start, the company […]

Apple working on iWatch

Tuesday, 05 March 2013 11:25 Patrick Stafford, Smart Company The pundits who have been waiting for Apple to come up with a new product category may just get their wish. New reports today suggest Apple is working on a wristwatch that could be released as soon as the end of the year. The new reports […]