Tag: mms

Optus SMS bar systems to go live in October 
Aug 25, 2010 | Comment Now 
Technical issues see July deadline missed.
 
Optus iPhone tethering starts at $9.95 a month 
By Brett Winterford | Jun 18, 2009 | Comment Now 
Pay more to use your iPhone as a modem.
 
Fortinet offers free recovery tool for SMS attack 
Jan 7, 2009 | Comment Now 
UTM vendor Fortinet has released a free software application to help users recover from the recently discovered ‘Curse of Silence’ or ‘CurseSMS’ mobile attack.
 
O2 responds to MMS leak 
By Dean Pullen | Jul 21, 2008 | Comment Now 
O2 is yet to comment on allegations that the company has allowed access to customers MMS messages.
 
O2 allows MMS pictures to be seen by all 
By Dean Pullen | Jul 21, 2008 | Comment Now 
O2's web application that allows users to view MMS messages on the Internet requires no authentication to view.
 
MMS mobile virus begins to spread 
By David Quainton | May 11, 2005 | Comment Now 
Commwarrior, the mobile phone virus that spreads via MMS, could be even bigger trouble than Cabir, anti-virus experts are warning.
 
MMS phone virus marks dawn of new era 
By David Quainton | Mar 8, 2005 | Comment Now 
The first mobile phone virus using the Mobile Messaging Service (MMS) is finally a reality, and anti-virus experts are predicting a dangerous future. CommWarrior, discovered ...
 
MMS, SMS use in business accelerating: IDC 
By Fleur Doidge | Jun 10, 2004 | Comment Now 
MMS and SMS applications for business use are tipped to proliferate across Australia in the coming year, new market research by IDC has suggested.
 
Mulder puts MMS truth out there 
By Fleur Doidge | Nov 21, 2003 | Comment Now 
Niche integrator Mulder Communications has announced a deal with Dutch software vendor Fenestrae to push an integrated fax, SMS, MMS and email server to large Australian customers.
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