Independent advertising tech platform, Smart, has announced a new partnership with Connected TV (CTV) ad platform Publica, to accelerate Smart’s growth ambitions in the expanding CTV sector.
Online reseller Lloyds Auctions is now accepting cryptocurrency payments allowing customers, for example, to buy either a toaster or a Tesla car. The reseller also has a dedicated hotline if customers have enquiries.
The new 5G mmWave spectrum will "power 5G fixed wireless and super-fast 5G mobile", and with Optus, Telstra, Dense Air Australia and Pentanet winning mmWave spectrum, the future for Australia is super fast.
Optus states it is continuing to build a world-class 5G network which will be made even better with the acquisition of a range of new licences in the 26GHz spectrum band.
Five companies have won spectrum in the Australian Communications and Media Authority’s latest spectrum auction in the 26 GHz band. The 26 GHz band has been identified as optimal for the delivery of 5G wireless broadband services.
The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority says it plans to resume the country's 5G spectrum auctions on 19 January, after obtaining approval from a court to go ahead with the same, despite the fact that Chinese vendor Huawei Technologies has gone to court over being excluded from the auctions.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has announced that 15 applicants will be offered licences in the 26 GHz and 28 GHz bands, the first major allocation of 5G millimetre (mmWave) wave spectrum.
A world-first auction style platform called Kazoik has launched, with a weekly five minute auction for desirable gadgets like smartphones, smartwatches, speakers, headphones, wireless earbuds, high-end backpacks and more, delivering great tech for consumers and great publicity for companies - with a business flavoured version launching on Thursday and a chance to win an Alcatel TCL 10 Pro smartphone.
At his Medium blog, FCC chairman Ajit Pai has announced the first of several 5G auctions in the US to bring forth millimetre-wave spectrum for mobile broadband, and more.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority's Draft 2018-22 Five Year Spectrum Outlook is now available, and the authority has invited the public to have its say before 15 June.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has announced consultations on 5G spectrum auction arrangements as it prepares to auction spectrum in the 3.6GHz later this year.
The sale of spectrum has been completed with Optus and Telstra, TPG, the wholesale operator of the National Broadband Network, NBN Co, and Vodafone, all securing spectrum to be used to help them meet what they say is rising demand for mobile and fixed wireless broadband services. Telstra was the dominant buyer of spectrum, shelling out $72.5 million.
If you’re a Virgin Mobile postpaid customer WITHOUT data rollover activated, or most post-paid customers of Aussie telcos (again without data rollover), Virgin Mobile has a stunning auction stunt that comes with attention grabbing pop!
A forthcoming online auction may be of interest to collectors of early IT equipment.
Grays, the group behind the GraysOnline shopping websites, has paid a $165,000 infringement notice for sending marketing emails that did not comply with the Spam Act.
Christie's estimate of the price an Apple-1 would fetch at auction turned out to be right on the money.
It's all over the news: you too can join the computing revolution as sparked by Apple Computer, only 34 years late and at a cost of anywhere from US $161,000 to nearly $250k, so which ultra-rich geek will splash the cash to own some seriously outdated electronics?
Don't worry, Apple hasn't gone mad with its pricing. Instead, auction house Christie's is selling an Apple 1 computer, in what looks like original condition, not only made in the garage of Steve Jobs' parents, but also coming with a 'rare commercial letter from Steve Jobs' himself.
Microsoft has finally crossed the 'magic 1 million mark' of Xbox 360 sales in Australia and New Zealand, and is celebrating with a special series of charity auctions to help a local children's charity, but while the number sold is definitely noteworthy, one can only wonder how many of those Xbox 360s are still working following the RRoD scandal.
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