Telstra has passed new milestones with 400 Queensland 5G sites now on-air and both the 450th Telstra 5G site on-air in Victoria and the 30th Tasmanian 5G site also on air, as the telco’s 5G rollouts continues apace.
China Mobile has selected Ericsson to deploy its 5G radio access network (RAN) and 5G core (5GC) components for the second phase of its nationwide new radio (NR) standalone rollout.
Energy and utilities companies across the world will accelerate investments in mobile technologies to empower their front-line workers in the field, according to new research which reveals that rapid adoption of rugged mobile devices and tablets is expected over the next five years.
New Zealand energy provider Unison says it is embracing "all-new mobile-enabled technology" to transform its organisation after inking a multi-million-dollar 10-year deal with enterprise software provider, TechnologyOne.
It is critical that the rollout of 5G in Australia is done in a way that promotes competition and works for the benefit of consumers, according to the chief of the competition watchdog, Rod Sims.
Telstra-owned video software and services US-based subsidiary Ooyala has issued what it says is a wake-up call to media companies which have yet to adopt a data-centric and mobile-first approach to connecting with ever-elusive audiences.
Vodafone has showcased 5G or fifth generation mobile technology which it says is set to dramatically increase the speed at which data can navigate mobile networks.
Telstra is set to test next generation mobile technologies in Australian conditions to support the early commercial deployment of 5G mobile services in Australia, following the opening of its new 5G Innovation Centre at its Southport Exchange on the Gold Coast.
New Zealand telco Spark has switched on 4.5G in the iconic tourist spot of Queenstown, with the town becoming the first in the country to have the fastest mobile data services.
Despite becoming increasingly more integral to the strategic side of businesses, many Australian chief information officers are concerned their lack of visibility in their organisations are hampering their ability to take on the role of a “strategic business partner” as IT becomes more important.
New, Australia-first research on the impacts mobile technologies are having on the country’s productivity and workforce participation challenges has found that Australia’s economy was $42.9 billion larger in 2015 than it would otherwise be because of the benefits generated by mobile technology take-up.
The growing convergence and connectivity of technology is transforming the way we work, relax, learn, and manage our health, while disrupting, transforming and collapsing industries.
Global equity crowdfunding platform, OurCrowd, has raised $1.5 million for Australian mobile health technology provider Global Kinetics to expand into the North American market with its KinetiGraph solution for assisting clinicians with the treatment of Parkinsons disease.
Mobile technology is increasing complexity, usage and costs of mainframe applications, with companies finding it more difficult to isolate and fix problems, according to newly published research.
Widespread use of mobile telephones can add substantially to a developing country’s economic growth, a new report shows.
GSM - the technology underpinning billions of mobile phones today - was born 25 years ago today on 7 September 1987 when mobile network operators from 13 European countries signed a memorandum of understanding in Copenhagen.
Recently minted financial services business ClearView had wanted to put a link to its website on its recently released mobile app. But Apple, which hosts the app on iTunes, wanted to take a clip of the ticket on any insurance that was then sold.
More than 120,000 people have now downloaded the Commonwealth Bank's Kaching iPhone payments app - but it's still not saying how many people have forked out the $54.95 for the iCarte case which allows Kaching users to make contactless payments.
Any hopes that the major banks might regroup to establish an alternative online payments platform to the now cancelled Mambo project were today dashed by Drew Unsworth, general manager of online banking for the Commonwealth Bank.
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