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Mark Harrison, controller of production for BBC North, reckons punters won't be knocking the corporation's door down demanding Doctor Who in Ultra HD.
Vodafone names its LTE-A network 4G+ and switches on in Melbourne, while Optus gets early access licence approval to begin rollout on its 700MHz service.
Apple has agreed to pay a Swiss company for the right to use its clock design in iOS 6.
A group of former Eidos and Ubisoft devs have gone rogue, creating their own indie studio and a brand new game designed to bring a full RPG experience to mobile.
UK transport authorities have dropped legal action on controversial e-hailing app Uber because the courts are tied up with cases relating to individual drivers.
UberX drivers in Sydney are now being issued with warning letters from the government threatening legal action and significant fines if they continue to drive for the ridesharing service.
The world's second largest telecommunications network reveals the extent of government snooping on its network in 29 countries.
In a first for Australia, Tasmanian cops will no longer be able to 'throw the book' at offenders as on-the-spot infringement notices go paper-free, thanks to a new app.
Angry taxi drivers vented their frustration on a London office of e-hailing app Hailo, part of a wave of discontent surrounding apps such as Uber.
Telstra is claiming a world first on recent trials of its LTE-A network, with a live test combining three data channels to achieve speeds of 450Mbps, three times the current theoretical 4G peak speeds available in Australia.