A collaboration between General Assembly and Samsung, Days of Note has come at the perfect time for Aussies thinking of switching up their careers and pursuing something new.
Samsung is inspiring Australians to take the leap with Days of Note, a month-long series of tailored workshops and events championing productivity, innovation, and creativity.
Armourcell is a peel-and-stick square that can be slapped onto the back of mobile phones to protect a user’s mobile phone from wireless breaches.
As Australia’s major banks take their time deciding their stance on Apple Pay, Samsung has partnered with local payment solutions provider Cuscal to enable almost 40 financial institutions to offer Samsung Pay to their customers.
Startup Lithodomos VR is using virtual reality (VR) to construct detailed 3D experiences of global historical sites and bring history to life.
Alibaba has announced a new alliance with twenty other large brands to combat fake goods, the aptly named Alibaba Big Data Anti-Counterfeiting Alliance.
Ready to support the growth of the virtual reality industry is ProjectR, a business looking to open a centre for VR startups.
Jane Lu was part of a stunt, created by a joint partnership between Samsung and Questacon to close the growing STEM gap in Australia.
The SIM card may soon become a thing of the past, with Apple and Samsung reportedly in talks to introduce electronic SIMs to their handsets, allowing consumers to change carriers without changing a physical card.
Thinking of doing business in the future? Talk to the hand. No, seriously, you might have to if the only way to get in touch with a client is via a smartwatch or Google Glass.