New Zealand engineering consulting company, Beca Group, is using AT&T's virtual private network services to connect its employees and clients across 11 offices and locations in the Asia Pacific region, including in New Zealand, Macau and Singapore.
Revenues for service providers in the global fixed and mobile sectors last year passed the US$1.91 trillion mark as the sectors recovered from a downturn which saw revenues in 2010 hit US$1.79 trillion.
A pair of 4G smartphones running Windows Phone debuted in the US over the Easter weekend. AT&T launched new handsets from Nokia and HTC.
More than 40 carriers around the world - including one in Australia - allow their customers to charge BlackBerry App World purchases to their mobile accounts.
How can you test composite systems realistically without running a complete test system? CA subsidiary ITKO seems to have found the answer: simulation.
Sydney-based ecommerce platform provider BigCommerce has appointed Eric Groves as a board member.
Telstra's Indian joint venture, Telstra Telecommunications Private Limited (TTPL) has finally been awarded licences to provide customers in India with international and national long-distance telecommunications and Internet services, but is it now entering the market three years behind major global telcos like BT & AT&T.
4G is a much misused terminology in the world of cellular communications, but US telco AT&T and Apple are bolding taking the definition of 4G where it has never been taken before.
US mobile carriers experienced solid growth in mobile revenue driven by the move to iPhone and Android smartphones and LTE upgrades to mobile networks, according to a new analyst report.
US carrier AT&T is to acquire Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile USA operation, beefing up its 3G network and avoiding imminent spectrum exhaustion issues.
Microsoft Australia has appointed Craig Foster as its enterprise and partner director.
The era of the iPhone being exclusive to one carrier in a market is officially over.
Whether or not Android has pushed the iPhone into third place in the US market depends on whose figures you believe. But BlackBerry is still out in front, and the anticipated launch of iPhone on Verizon may put the cat among the pigeons.
The rather odd suggestion that the iPad 2 might lose its Wi-Fi only version has popped up on the Internet, but this seems to be the most unlikely rumour of them all.
With AT&T's iPhone exclusivity under threat, and plenty of multi-touch high-end smartphones now available from the iNvincble iPhone through to wonderous new WP7 phones, Android 2.2 achievers and Nokia's notables is BlackBerry's shining light: the multi-touch, multi-input Torch 9800.
Ovum is tipping the major global telecommunications companies - such as AT&T, BT, Orange Business Services and Verizon Business - to become strong players in the cloud computing market.
Steve Jobs' claim that there are shielding issues with all smartphones has stirred up a hornet's nest, with BlackBerry maker RIM, Nokia and HTC defending their products.
All smartphones suffer from reduced signal strength when held in particular ways, and the iPhone 4 is no exception, according to Apple CEO Steve Jobs. Few owners are reporting issues to Apple, and return rates are particularly low, he claimed. But Apple has decided to give all owners a free case as this may help ameliorate the issue.
Apple has released the iOS 4.0.1 software update for the iPhone and iOS 3.2.1 for the iPad.
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