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Consumer Electronics

Telstra pushes into wearables space with next-gen eSIM technology

Telstra pushes into wearables space with next-gen eSIM technology

Telstra One Number lets users make and receive phone calls and check and send text messages from their compatible wearable device without needing their smartphone with them.

Huawei CEO Talks Up AI Ambitions At IFA

Richard Yu, CEO of HUAWEI Consumer Business Group

It's starting with the Kirin 970 chipset, a mobile neural computing platform

Nostalgia rules as classic phone brands come alive at MWC

Nostalgia rules as classic phone brands come alive at MWC

New Nokia and Blackberry phones pay homage to classic designs

What enterprise software developers can learn from consumer apps

What enterprise software developers can learn from consumer apps

With employees frustrated by complex, confusing enterprise apps, companies have been taking cues from consumer world and mobile-first development approach to eliminate paperwork and bolster ROI.

Researcher unveils second Samsung Pay vulnerability

BlackBerry will attempt its last hurrah with a pair of mid-range smartphones

A security researcher has found a second vulnerability in Samsung Pay

How IT can limit the risk of popular messaging apps

How IT can limit the risk of popular messaging apps

CIOs have battled shadow IT for years, long before the advent of messaging apps such as WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. Here's how a set of IT pros makes the most of the latest challenge.

Gigabit Internet access grows out of its niche

Google proved gigabit Internet feasible at a price that appealed to consumers and small businesses. Now, with a critical mass of customers and ISPs, the gigabit Internet community seeks the killer app.

Life in the fast lane: What gigabit Internet makes better

An upgrade from a trickle to a flood has made your reporter feel like he's living partly in the future: The Internet can still be really slow, even with a fiber link.

Why wearables will replace your smartphone

Why wearables will replace your smartphone

Smartphones are about to change completely, then fade away. Here comes the distributed, invisible user interface

Popular messaging apps present real enterprise threat

Popular messaging apps present real enterprise threat

CIOs and other IT professionals need to strategically manage the use of today's popular consumer messaging apps in the enterprise. While that process can be a challenge, it's possible to protect your business without blocking all rogue IT.