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Asher Moses is the Technology Editor for Fairfax Media. He started his own gadget review website more than a decade ago at age 14 and has since written for most of Australia's leading technology publications. He has twice been named Young Australian Online Journalist of the Year by the Walkley Foundation.
Asher Moses People in rural and regional areas fear they are being put at risk by poor mobile and emergency communications.
Asher Moses in Barcelona New Skype apps for the iPhone and Symbian platforms will allow mobile users to bypass telco voice networks completely, making calls using the internet over the 3G data network.
Asher Moses When a 17-year-old high school student can sell an iPhone app based on another firm's technology and with no revenue for $US30 million ($28m), has the world gone mad?
Asher Moses Four decades ago this week in New York, the world's first mobile phone call was made on a Motorola DynaTAC that was about as tall as an iPad, took 10 hours to recharge and offered just 20 minutes of...
Asher Moses The BlackBerry has been radically re-engineered with several impressive and unique features, but it will have a tough time paring back the relentless rise of iPhone and Android.
Asher Moses Embarrassing, appalling, illogical, incomplete, erroneous - these words are rarely used to describe Apple's products but all and more have been applied to Apple Maps.
Asher Moses Apple's early iPhone prototypes were inspired by Sony, while Samsung knew its tablets and smartphones were virtually indistinguishable from Apple's but launched them anyway, court documents reveal.
Asher Moses Sony, LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Sharp, under pressure from the competition regulator, will stop marketing TVs and Blu-ray players that cannot connect to Wi-Fi networks as "Wi-Fi Ready".
Asher Moses In the hullabaloo of the iPhone 5 launch, many missed that an Australian had entered the hallowed realm of Apple's chosen few.
Asher Moses Apple iPhone 5 pre-orders ahead of Friday's launch are virtually sold out leading some Apple faithful and marketing experts to question whether the sell-outs are deliberately engineered by Apple for...
Asher Moses The communications regulator and consumer groups have sounded warnings about 4G smartphone bill shock after studies showed users of newer phones could double their data usage compared to 3G.
Asher Moses THE communications regulator and consumer groups have sounded warnings on 4G smartphone bill shock after studies showed users of newer phones could double their data usage compared to 3G.
Asher Moses Smartphone apps can cause you to chew through your monthly mobile data limit in a matter of days, while free versions of apps often end up costing more than the paid premium version and eat up your...
Asher Moses On its 20th birthday, apps are eating into the SMS, but it isn't over yet.
Asher Moses Telcos will have to warn consumers of exact mobile charges while they are roaming and provide tools to monitor and manage their usage under new rules proposed on Thursday by the communications...
Asher Moses Smartphones running Google's Android operating system have overtaken Apple's iOS for the first time in Australia, but it's their larger tablet cousins that have emerged as the "present of choice"...
Asher Moses Telcos are preparing for record levels of texting this New Year's Eve and several services are offering to deliver your pre-written messages at midnight to avoid drunken fumbling and network...
Asher Moses Ultra high-definition or 4K video content, offering four times the resolution of current HD, is being touted by NBN Co as a key advantage for the National Broadband Network, which threatens to leave...
Asher Moses The new iPhone will be the start of a radical push by Apple to run your digital wallet.
Asher Moses A threat from Prime Minister Julia Gillard that telcos should stop gouging consumers on roaming charges or face new regulation has been greeted with scepticism by telecommunications experts.