Displaying items by tag: world first

The 5G SA-compatible eSIM features on Oppo's latest flagship 5G smartphone, the Oppo Find X3 Pro, and is promised to "bring new possibilities for smart devices in the 5G era."

Published in Telecoms & NBN

In a move that the VERSA agency claims will revolutionise website design and marketing, it has launched a global-first navigation-less and bot-activated website - the first to dynamically present relevant content based on ongoing conversation with online visitors.

Published in Business IT

Over at Telstra's 5G Innovation Centre on the Gold Coast, Telstra, Ericsson and Qualcomm have “announced the successful completion of a new 5G maximum download speed record on a commercial network of 5Gbps for a single user” via a 5G NR data call.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

A "world-first optical fibre as fine as a human hair" has been developed by scientists from the Macquarie University Photonics Research Centre, promising transmission of over 1 petabit of data per second.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Although you'd imagine Ericsson and Nokia might well have used test 5G devices to test 5G Internet connections well before now, Oppo is nevertheless claiming it is the first.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

If you know how many times Kim Kardashian was married, you could win a Nintendo in Catch Group's "revolutionary new way to shop online".

Published in Home Tech

Beating Apple to the 7nm punch, and before Apple has launched its 2018 processors, Huawei launched its new 7nm Kirin 980 system on a chip which "will bring about the next evolution of mobile AI".

Published in Home Tech

The first university in the world to deploy Dropbox wall-to-wall in what is a multi-million dollar, 67,000-user agreement and deal "to power greater collaboration" is the University of Sydney

Published in Development

Telstra is used to world firsts, as is Ericsson, with both making another "key step in the global development of 5G" by making the world's first 5G trial data call.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Domino’s Pizza loves to claim world-firsts and the tech spotlight, but it looks like its drone delivery claim was seriously overcooked.

Published in Your Tech

Ericsson says mobile networks can now "shift to the next gear with Ericsson 5G and LTE Advances", able to "address key requirements of 5G" in today’s networks.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The "world-first" flying selfie stick, the ROAM-e, is now available for pre-order with deliveries due September, and is set to become 2016’s must-have gadget.

Published in Home Tech

A trio of telecoms companies, Ericsson, SK Telecom and Deutsche Telekom, are set to deploy a new 5G trial that will result in the "world's first transcontinental 5G trial".

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The worldwide debut for the "world first affordable flying selfie camera", the ROAM-e, will be held globally today at the ROAM-e website.

Published in Entertainment

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!

Published in Telecoms & NBN

LG's Mobile Chief in Australia, Gino Casha, let us take a sneak peek of the LG G5 before launch in April, and have a look at its world-first LG Stylus DAB+ radio phone coming later this year.

Published in Mobility

Korean telco ‘KT’ has showcased its claimed ‘world's first’ field trial of eMTC (enhanced Machine Type Communications) using Nokia's industry-leading radio technology.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Telstra says its latest world-first test of 1Gbps capability on its commercial mobile network ‘pushes LTE beyond the 4G barrier.’

Published in Telecoms & NBN

RealEstate.com.au is claiming a ‘believed’ world first: a self-guided 3D walk-through for off-the-plan apartments on the Internet. 

Published in Home Tech
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