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Displaying items by tag: Mobile Internet

Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE has rolled out its third-generation 5G Indoor CPE MC8020 at Mobile World Congress 2021.

Wednesday, 13 July 2016 22:50

GSMA launches Internet access measurement tool

The global body representing mobile operators, the GSMA, has launched a new online analytical tool — the Mobile Connectivity Index  to measure the ability of more than 130 countries to enable billions of their citizens to access to the Internet for the first time.

Published in Internet of Things

The 2014 Melbourne Cup’s mobile Internet service is reported to be sorted, with Telstra, Optus and Vodafone increasing capacity in various way to keep the punters connected.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 14 May 2013 10:55

Virgin Mobile enters the fast lane at last

Virgin Mobile today finally joined its telco rivals in offering a 4G Postpaid Mobile Broadband service.

Published in Mobility

The integration of smartphones into consumer vehicles will become all but standard on new models, according to one leading analyst, which also forecasts that 92 million vehicles will feature technology to integrate the smartphone into the head-unit by 2016.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 28 June 2011 18:41

Mobile connectivity on fast growth path

Smartphone users are increasingly using their phones for instant messaging and accessing social networks, with a 60 percent growth in connection to the Internet from mobile phones in just 12 months by users worldwide.

Published in Market

Opera, the world's 'other' browser company famed for smartphone and feature phone browsers (including iPhones and Android phones), the Nintendo Wii browser and PCs, Macs and Linux boxes, says Gen Y is going gaga for the mobile web: bravo!

Published in Mobility

Telstra wants to tempt the many pre-paid mobile broadband users, some of whom are experiencing dial-up speeds in heavily populated areas on competing networks, with a new 'Telstra Turbo' Next G USB modem and affordable no-contract pre-paid per gigabyte pricing, although naturally still at higher prices than the competition.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 19 May 2010 16:37

The Telstra tracks: agony and irony

'Going forward' is Telstra CEO David Thodey's pet phrase for the future - it's somewhat ironic as that's the one thing the company can't do while it remains embroiled in negotiations with the Federal Government over the National Broadband Network.

Published in Networking
Wednesday, 20 January 2010 06:35

Apple iPad must iStun or end up an iDud

Yep, it’s that time of the year again, when Apple iMania rocks a world rapt with anticipation that Steve Jobs will, yet again, blow our minds with a brand new iDevice that, just like James Dyson, re-invents the everyday and transforms it into something truly amazing.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
A new survey from ChangeWave Research suggests surging interest in smartphones powered by Google’s Android OS, but when you look at the survey results and when the survey was done, it seems clear that the Motorola Droid launch and rumours of the Nexus One has skewed the results far too much for this survey to be taken all that seriously. Read on…

Published in Fuzzy Logic
There’s a huge amount of sound and fury over Google finally having the balls to release its own singularly branded phone, rather than hiding behind the skirts of its OEM partners, but ultimately, does it all signify nothing?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
With the iPod Touch trouncing sales of Microsoft’s Zune HD media player, is Microsoft just in a holding pattern until it releases the mythical ZunePhone?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Wednesday, 16 December 2009 01:23

Unlocked Google phone likely for sale on January 5

Google is poised to extend its domination of search to the mobile phone market with news an official Google phone may be on sale as early as January 5th. The handset will be for sale unlocked and without contract and will use data, not voice.

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 26 November 2009 09:34

Telstra drops broadband prices, but is it enough?!

UPDATED: Telstra, Australia’s dominant telecommunications company, and admitted serial overcharger, has finally delivered some of the price cuts its CEO, David Thodey, recently promised, and while any price cut is always welcome, has Telstra really done enough?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
BlackBerry’s very recently announced Bold 9700 is finally available at retail from Telstra stores today, and other telcos from early December, and given that it’s the best BlackBerry yet, despite strong competition, it should be a Berry Merry Christmas for RIM and telco partners!
Monday, 02 November 2009 07:30

Trading Post to accept ads from mobiles

Telstra is about to launch a service that will enable sellers to place advertisements on the tradingpost.com.au web site from their mobile phones.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 21 October 2009 15:00

LG, RIM and Samsung joint mobile widget initiative

The Joint Innovation Lab (JIL), which is developing a widget specification in future mobile handsets has announced support from LG Electronics (LG), Research In Motion (RIM) and Samsung Electronics Co.

Cisco has signalled its intent to be a major player in the market for network infrastructure underpinning the burgeoning smartphone and mobile data ecosystem with a $US2.9 billion cash offer for Starent Networks, a leading supplier of IP-based infrastructure products for mobile and converged carriers.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 12 October 2009 14:47

ID protection for mobiles with VeriSign app

VeriSign has today made available to Australian mobile users a free mobile application that it claims can transform more than 200 different types of mobile phones and devices into identity protection authentication credentials and a one-time password generator.

Published in Security
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