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Victoria Police have been given a free hand to search mobile phones which they seize during arrests, even if they have not obtained a warrant allowing them to carry out a search.

Published in Technology Regulation

Voice Search Takes Centre Stage for Global Brands and Public Sector Organisations

Saturday, 24 October 2015 04:55

Google profits soar

Google has joined Microsoft in reporting a quarterly profit increase. The company also announced a stock buyback.

Published in Listed Tech
Wednesday, 28 August 2013 06:26

Australian mobile paid search booming

The Australian mobile paid search market set to reach $430 million in 2013 as advertisers follow their audience to smartphones and tablets.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 06 January 2010 07:12

TelstraOne Experience does work for the user too

OK, I admit it: the TelstraOne Experience user interface that Telstra delivers on some mobile phones does provide benefits for the user as well as the company.

Published in Core Dump
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
Ever looked at something and wondered what it was? Google Goggles, a new Android application, may be able to provide an answer.

Published in Development
Tuesday, 10 March 2009 00:46

Internet access from mobiles on the rise

Research undertaken by Sweeney Research for Myspace claims to have determined that 31 percent of Australians have gone online via mobile and on average are visiting the net 1.9 times per week.

Published in Market
Monday, 19 January 2009 08:48

Oh crap - I just dropped my phone down the loo!

Although Microsoft’s new survey on mobile phone usage in the bathroom/toilet/lavatory makes no mention of bathroom based mobile mishaps, with nearly 50% of Aussies using their phones in the so-called “rest room”, why didn’t they ask this question?

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 10 December 2008 05:47

Trading Post renews bid to outbid eBay - on mobiles!

After launching a new auction site earlier this year, Sensis and Telstra are ratcheting up the pressure against eBay with the launch of a new “mobile” shopping and auction site that also works from mobile phones, even delivering free SMS alerts on bids, outbids and auction wins. Can Sensis bounce the eBay behemoth?
Published in Fuzzy Logic
Sunday, 16 November 2008 13:14

Google's iPhone mobile app - still speechless

Google’s “Mobile App” for iPhone was meant to get an upgrade allowing iPhone users to search Google by voice, with the New York Times reporting it would come “as soon as” last Friday – but so far, Google’s mobile app remains speechless.

Published in Market
Saturday, 15 November 2008 07:42

Google voice search coming to iPhone

Sometime today a new Google app is expected to launch a new app at the iPhone App Store that everyone's talking about and soon will be talking to: an app which lets you search Google using your voice!

Published in Market
Research firm Telsyte has put out a report on smartphones in the Australian market, showing nearly 3 in 10 phones sold will be smartphones, with 50 new models introduced this year alone.

Published in Strategy
A “first of its kind” study says users are frustrated with some sites designed for mobile viewing on the iPhone, while only a low number of users are noticing or "clicking" on mobile ads. There’s still work to be done to get the Internet right on mobile devices!

Published in Market
Wednesday, 24 September 2008 04:09

T-Mobile/HTC G1: First Android phone arrives

After months of anticipation, the first Android-based phone has been unveiled. Does the T-Mobile G1 have what it takes?

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 23 September 2008 11:40

iPhone 3G dominates mobile data in Australia

iPhone owners use far more data than do users of other mobile devices, according to a new study.

Published in Mobility
Friday, 22 August 2008 10:48

Demand growing for mobile content and services

Fewer people are buying more mobile content, according to the latest Australian Mobile Phone Lifestyle Index. The study is published by the Australian Interactive Media Industry Association, and sponsored by mobile broadband application provider m.Net and user interface design company Ideal Interfaces.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 30 July 2008 12:28

Microsoft wants to put Live Search inside cars

Microsoft's been working hard to get its software inside more cars and trucks for some time, and now it's bringing the 'software plus services' mantra to bear with Microsoft Live Search for Devices.

Wednesday, 23 July 2008 19:38

iMessage to Apple: iPhone OS 2.0 sucks

Hi Apple! I love the iPhone, but you’ve seriously screwed things up with iPhone OS 2.0 – an operating system that is reminding me of the original OS X 10.0 and the new 10.5.x in its bugginess, an OS that desperately needs updating to a more stable version. Can we hurry it up, please?

Published in Mobility
Google has made massive strides in working to dominate search from mobile phones as much as it does search from desktop computers, but they’re not the only ones. In Australia, Telstra’s assets BigPond, Sensis, Yellow Pages and other sites it owns are being promoted to users as a “convenient” way to find what you’re looking for from your mobile phone – but will Google still win anyway?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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