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Displaying items by tag: 3G Network

Thursday, 17 December 2009 10:43

EyeTV delivers live TV to iPhone - again

A new feature of Elgato's EyeTV software supports live streaming to iPhones over the 3G network. Thought you'd heard that before? This time the company reckons it's found the necessary loophole.

Published in Core Dump
Wednesday, 07 October 2009 10:54

Kindle e-book goes international

Amazon is expanding the availability of its Kindle e-book device to more than 100 countries, including Australia. Hundreds of thousands of titles are offered, mostly at prices below the print editions.

Published in Home Tech
Shades of Dick Tracy and James Bond! LG Electronics, manufacturer of such previous stylish mobile phones as the LG Shine and LG Prada, is on the verge of releasing an ultra-stylish touch screen 3G phone watch for the spy within us all.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 06 October 2009 11:06

Telstra expands Next G coverage

Telstra claims that more than 100 locations around Australia now have mobile coverage for the first time as a result of the continuing expansion of the carrier's Next G 3G network.

Published in Networking
Thursday, 18 June 2009 11:25

3 Mobile's iPhone 3GS - don't buy it?

3 Mobile, now part of Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA), has finally acquired the right to sell the iPhone 3G S in its portfolio of phones, but unless 3 Mobile has a super deal that seriously undercuts Vodafone, why would you buy an iPhone from 3?

Published in Mobility
Curtin Business School's Communication Economics and Electronic Markets Research Centre is participating in a five-year multi-million dollar study to assess the benefits of 3G wireless services saying that there is a direct link between the timely adoption of 3G mobile technologies and economic growth.

Published in Strategy
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei had a huge increase in revenues to $790 million for the first three months of this year on the back of the race to build 3G mobile networks in China.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 08 May 2009 11:08

AT&T to cut plan cost of next iPhone?

New prices and plans from AT&T may arrive with the next iPhone. The carrier is also expected to allow tethering.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 05 May 2009 15:12

Andrew expands China operations

CommScope subsidiary, wireless communications company Andrew, has expanded its operations in China with the completion of a manufacturing plant and distribution centre in the province of Suzhou.

Vodafone will turn on 3G services in a number of regional centres on 1 May taking its 3G voice and data coverage to around 80 percent of the population ahead of a scheduled provision of 3G services to 94 percent by the end of August.

Thursday, 16 April 2009 11:18

3 now roaming onto Telstra Next G

3 has made good on its promise to provide its customers with 3G roaming onto the Telstra Next G network.

Last week I spilled the beans Telstra were about to announce new shared data plans for their range of NextG modems. This is a major plus for business users seeking to control costs but yet provide their workforce with mobile working options. The pricing has now been announced.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 06 April 2009 16:53

Mobile broadband big winner, despite downturn

In the midst of doom and gloom, mobile broadband has proven to be Australia's beacon of light, with the market doubling in the past year to more than $1 billion.
Published in Strategy
The use of portable USB, or built-in, 3G modems with laptops is becoming increasingly common in today's highly online society. Yet, such service comes at a cost - for many, a disturbingly high cost. Telstra are soon to announce new group NextG data plans to help enterprises better manage their costs.

Published in Strategy
The latest forecasts on the growth of mobile broadband predict revenues of $137 billion globally by 2014 but, despite that, operators will have to content themselves with the fact that user growth will be far faster than actual revenue growth.
Published in Deals
Tuesday, 24 March 2009 14:46

Vodafone almost ready to switch on 3G network

Vodafone Australia is in the final stages of testing and tuning its high speed 3G network in major regional centres, with the network to go live in the first week of May 2009. 

Published in Deals
Vodafone is moving faster than expected to roll out its 3G network across New Zealand with the company now saying it will expand coverage to 97 percent of the country a year ahead of schedule.
Published in Networking
NetComm, an Australian developer and supplier of high performance broadband communications devices, says it is preparing to launch what it claims is “the world’s first 21Mbps embedded 3G router with all the bells and whistles” with the looming launch of 21Mbps networks worldwide.
Published in Market
Thursday, 19 February 2009 09:08

Is the force with 3 Mobile's new $19 cap?

The battle to churn mobile customers over to different networks is continuing at full pelt in 2009, with 3 Mobile tempting “value seeking” consumers with a new $19 monthly “cap” plan that gives $70 worth of calls (and more) – but at 45c per 30 seconds.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 18 February 2009 13:59

Some answers to Telstra 21Mbps Next G questions

In an article written before Telstra’s press conference heralding the upgrade of its Next G network to “peak speeds” of 21Mbps, I posed some questions that have now been answered.

Published in Market
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