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Vodafone gets first dibs on Google Nexus S
Latest Google phone coming to Australia... soon.
Feb 8 2011 2:53PM
Windows update to close door on unlocking phones
ChevronWP7 tool under threat.
Jan 13 2011 1:22PM
Mobile apps 'snooping' on users
Many of the most popular apps are passing on user data to third parties, an investigation finds.
Dec 21 2010 9:14AM
Encryption protecting most mobile phones cracked
Crack can be done with widely available open-source tools.
Jan 6 2010 12:08PM
Victorian man fined for driving car with knees
Man attempts to transfer data between two mobiles whilst driving.
Oct 19 2009 1:03PM
Allphones takes battering by ACCC
ACCC accuses Allphones of contempt of court.
Aug 19 2009 2:48PM
Fosters chooses Cisco for network refresh
Staff working for Fosters CIO Andrew Leydon roll out 4000 IP phones.
Aug 19 2009 6:30AM
Visa aims for mobile payments on four billion phones
E-commerce network to span the globe.
Jul 2 2009 6:43AM
Rumours hint at three new BlackBerry handsets
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) is gearing up to release three new handsets, according to an online report.
Apr 7 2009 5:48AM
Unsecured mobiles leaving owners open to ID theft
Personal information stored on unsecured mobile phones is leaving millions of users exposed to the risk of identity theft and fraud, according to a recent report by data protection firm Credant Technologies.
Mar 19 2009 11:06AM
Mobile phones come under attack from worm
A mobile worm that leverages SMS messages and internet access has been detected.
Feb 20 2009 11:48AM
Google works on Android for the blind
Google is working on an add-on to its Android mobile phone operating system that would make it much easier for blind people to use.
Jan 6 2009 1:34PM
Mobile phones are vulnerable to botnets
Security researchers at Georgia Tech have determined that mobile phones are vulnerable to hacking attacks.
Oct 16 2008 6:48AM
62,000 phones and PDAs left in London cabs
During the past six months, dozy Londoners have left a whopping 55,843 mobile phones and 6,193 other handheld devices in the back of black cabs, according to a report.
Sep 17 2008 3:26PM
Vodafone buys Crazy John's
Vodafone has purchased a controling share of phone retailer, Crazy John's.
Sep 6 2008 12:36PM
Seven more LiMo phones
Motorola, NEC and Panasonic have launched seven mobile handsets based on the LiMo (Linux for Mobile) software platform, bringing to 21 the number of phones now available in this format, all made by the same trio of companies.
Aug 5 2008 7:30AM
Unified comms 'primary threat' to IP phones
Established IP telephony vendors are not being adversely affected by the arrival of unified communications offerings from Microsoft and IBM, analysts report.
Jul 15 2008 9:18AM
US government sued over tracking mobile phones
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) are suing the US Department of Justice (DOJ) for details of its ability to track individuals via their mobile phones..
Jul 3 2008 12:41PM
Mobile phones are just the ticket
More than 2.6 billion tickets will be delivered to 208 million mobile phone users by 2011, according to new research..
Mar 12 2008 7:28AM
NEC shows off Linux mobile phones
NEC has thrown its weight behind mobile Linux with the introduction of four handsets based on the LiMo specification..
Feb 13 2008 7:26AM
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