The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has announced a broadband review, calling on ISPs to give their customers real information about speeds, not just the sexy advertising.
Wireless carriers say they've got you covered with fast, reliable mobile service at this summer's big political events.
The Chinese company has become a world leader in smartphones in recent years, eschewing its humble, budget-phone-centric roots.
Blocking access to certain corners of the internet is a common response to political events in Turkey.
Apple must register itself as an official representative in the country, or the government will put a halt to iPhone sales.
ARM will continue to expand and to design chips for the phones you buy. SoftBank, meanwhile, is training its gaze on the internet of things.
The Japanese company, whose messenger app is hugely popular in the Far East, is the fifth tech company to go public this year.
Google's mobile payment makes its way to Asia, with the island state the first in the region to accept the service.
Today's appeals court decision to uphold the Federal Communications Commission's rules regarding equal access to the internet gives the FCC another legal victory.
The move comes a week after the telecommunications giant announced plans to sell part of its stake in Alibaba.