A professor of wireless communications explains the origins of cellular networks and how they evolved into today's 5G networks.
COVID has shown us how powerful educational uses of digital technology can be informal, impromptu and conducted on the fly.
Auctions theory first revolutionised the sale of the mobile phone spectrum; now it is doing the same for the carbon market.
The upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 2 is almost three-quarters screen. And while that's convenient, it's important to actually be able to hold the phone. As design evolves, how do manufacturers adapt?
Sanctions against Huawei by the US Commerce department have been followed by other countries. How can the company's business thrive with so few avenues left?
The government claims the bill is needed to make detention centres safer. But it would strip away a vital lifeline for people already 200 times more likely to self-harm than the Australian community.
Mobile devices can be turned into tools to rapidly identify a variety of disease-causing agents, including bacteria, toxins and viruses.
Nigeria must give more attention to teaching of digital skills and issues surrounding digital life as digital technologies have come to stay.
By tracing the location of millions of devices, Google has mapped the pandemic response at a scale never seen before.
At least two thirds of mobile phones are contaminated with bacteria or viruses, but most people never clean them.
Phones sometimes serve as a 'digital leash' to check women's whereabouts - a growing feature of many relationships and conflicts.
Our mobile phone's location data could be a valuable tool to help track and trace the spread of the coronavirus outbreak. The government has the legal power to do it, given what's at stake.
Parents shouldn't fear putting tech under the tree. In fact, it could bring families closer together.
Data protection policies focus on human rights. But the exercise of our free will is increasingly being hindered.
Trials of the program found about 5% of offending drivers used their mobile phone with both hands, while the vehicle was moving.
But out-of-date kit, lack of access to digital technologies and expensive mobile broadband packages can all act as barriers to being able to operate successfully in the digital world.
Should we be concerned about the health effects of 5G? The short answer is no – there's no substantiated evidence that the electromagnetic energy used by mobile telecommunications causes harm.
Banning mobile phones in school may seem sensible, but research and similar moves elsewhere suggest a blanket ban may introduce some problems.
Backpacking is growing and West African countries such as Ghana need to actively attract them.
In sub-Saharan Africa there are more people with mobile phones than access to electricity, and their data could be useful.