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Aussie researchers develop flexible touchscreens that can be printed like newspaper

Aussie researchers develop flexible touchscreens that can be printed like newspaper

Shrinking from 3D to 2D.
Jan 28 2020 2:00PM
LG's 5G phones in doubt as chip deal with Qualcomm set to expire

LG's 5G phones in doubt as chip deal with Qualcomm set to expire

Searching for a fairer deal.
Jun 13 2019 1:20PM
Optus launches voice over wi-fi for Android, iPhones

Optus launches voice over wi-fi for Android, iPhones

Telstra, Vodafone looking to follow suit.
Aug 11 2015 11:51AM
Voice tools under enemy fire

Voice tools under enemy fire

Attacks targeted towards voice communication channels such as VoIP and mobile phones are quietly increasing, security researchers have warned.

Jun 16 2008 3:42PM
Lenovo sales up 15 percent, sells mobile phone division for $100M

Lenovo sales up 15 percent, sells mobile phone division for $100M

Despite strong financial results for its third fiscal quarter of 2007/08 and increased PC shipments in Asia Pacific (excluding China), Lenono has sold its entire interest in its mobile handset business to a private equity group led by Hony Capital, the private equity arm of Legend Holdings, for US$100 million.
Jan 31 2008 1:46PM
Coonan tells mobile providers "pull socks up"

Coonan tells mobile providers "pull socks up"

Senator Helen Coonan has criticised some premium mobile phone providers.
Jul 17 2007 2:59PM
Freshtel heads into mobile phone market

Freshtel heads into mobile phone market

Australian ISP heads into mobile phone market, with European network enabler.
Jun 27 2007 10:32AM
Hello…is anyone there?

Hello…is anyone there?

Mobile phone users should be careful returning missed calls the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) has warned.
Jun 21 2006 9:36AM
mBlox opens Australian operation

mBlox opens Australian operation

UK-based mBlox has opened in Australia and appointed a country manager, Hugh Haley.
Nov 28 2005 1:03PM
Sub-$10 mobile phones to replace home landlines, analyst claims

Sub-$10 mobile phones to replace home landlines, analyst claims

The explosion in mobile phone growth is set to continue, according to an industry analyst.
Sep 19 2005 4:09PM
No brain cancer link to mobile phones, study says

No brain cancer link to mobile phones, study says

Ten years of using a mobile phone results in no increased risk of a tumour in the nerve connecting the ear to the brain, researchers said on Tuesday.
Aug 31 2005 3:07PM
Program targets phone tower concerns

Program targets phone tower concerns

A "package of initiatives" has been announced aimed at improving how mobile phone towers are deployed.
Jul 28 2005 2:44PM
Queensland Police target motorists using mobile phones

Queensland Police target motorists using mobile phones

Queensland Police are targeting motorists using mobile phones while they are driving.
Jul 13 2005 3:21PM
ACA rules target adult mobile content

ACA rules target adult mobile content

The Australian Communications Authority has issued rules prohibiting phone companies from supplying content that is rated x18+ or has been refused classification.
Jul 1 2005 10:15AM
Loss-making Siemens division bets on channel

Loss-making Siemens division bets on channel

Siemens' communications division posted a loss for the quarter ending 31 March but its Australian arm is forging ahead, seeking fresh blood for its reseller channel to boost sales.
Jun 8 2005 4:58PM
Airline introduces SMS check-in

Airline introduces SMS check-in

Singapore Airlines has introduced check-in by SMS for frequent flyers and users of its website, from most cities in its global network.
Jun 8 2005 2:20PM
Never get lost with GPS notebook-phone

Never get lost with GPS notebook-phone

Italian vendor Dialogue has launched the Flybook, an ultra-portable full-featured tablet notebook complete with WLAN, Bluetooth, GPRS, 3G and GPS functionality.
Jun 2 2005 10:15AM
Australians embrace mobile phones

Australians embrace mobile phones

The number of Australian mobile phone users will grow to 19.2 million this year, according to an industry analyst.
May 31 2005 11:49AM
ACA probes fixed cellular terminals

ACA probes fixed cellular terminals

The Australian Communications Authority is looking into use of a device that allows people to make cheaper calls from a fixed phone to a mobile phone.
May 26 2005 3:20PM
Hackers double Symbian attack

Hackers double Symbian attack

Some 52 previously unknown trojans targeting mobile phone operating system Symbian appeared in the 24 hours ending 20 April, a security firm said.
Apr 22 2005 10:01AM

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