Gosford is Australia's first council to be a licensed telecommunications carrier – but for the council it's not so much about competing with existing telcos, as it is about facilitating a cloud and NBN-driven technology reinvention.
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EE is poised to unleash 4G LTE services on the UK. ZDNet got hands-on with the network to find out just how fast the first UK-wide 4G network really is.
Japanese mobile operator Softbank plans to use eAccess' bandwidth to expand its broadband services, particularly LTE, as it prepares for the launch of Apple's iPhone 5.
The former Everything Everywhere gets a jump on rivals again by becoming the only UK operator to sell a 4G LTE version of Apple's newly launched iPhone.
The Chinese telco's positive showing in first six months of 2012 comes on the back of growth in its mobile and fixed broadband businesses, although introduction of iPhone will pose short-term cost pressures.
Social networking keeps us stuck to our devices...
They say a picture tells 1000 words. Here at ZDNet Australia, we've compiled 25 of the year's best tech photos so you didn't have to read so much.
The company will offer unlimited use of its Openzone public Wi-Fi hotspots and Fon hotspots to customers on its BT Total Broadband service
With the launch of Apple's iPad in the UK, operators say tiered data pricing and femtocells may ease the consequences of massive demand on data
A rough road for Broadband, iPhone market share and Facebook's rough times are among the top themes today. Get the day's rolling posts via Twitter, RSS, or email.
The FCC's Broadband plan, chatter around an iPhone on Verizon (or not) and a buzz word called cloudwashing, are today's top headlines. Get the day’s rolling posts via Twitter, RSS, or email.
The past month has witnessed some interesting headlines in the local press with regard to the telco developments in Malaysia.It first started three weeks ago when DiGi Telecommunications, perceived to be the most innovative of the three celcos in Malaysia but smallest by subscription base, announced it has secured a three-year deal to sell the Apple iPhone 3GS in the coming months.
Singapore mobile operator MobileOne counting on iPhone and mobile broadband to drive new services growth this year; raked in US$108 million profit in 2009.
After a year full of iiNet, iPhones, politicians and broadband, we checked out the years most popular news stories. Surprisingly enough Conroy, Telstra and the NBN fail to make an appearance on the list, with the iPhone, Google and the iiTrial dominating the top 10 most popular stories in 2009.
One of the many details announced in the Apple WWDC keynote, going on at the moment, was that O2 is one of the iPhone carriers who will allow tethering.Tethering allows the handset to be used as a mobile broadband modem for a PC.
Here's good news for iPhone users: AT&T said Wednesday that it is plotting a 3G network upgrade to offer "considerably faster mobile broadband speeds."Of course, the bad news is that AT&T's network is holding you back now.
2008 was a cracker year for telco in Australia, with so many huge events happening that those at the beginning of the year have been drowned by the importance of those at the end.
2009: Fewer 'Swiss Army knife' phones
The iPhone has a terrific touchscreen and great features like 3.5G mobile broadband and GPS, making the iPhone highly suitable for some enterprise mobile applications.
If you're using a newer Nokia phone like Nokia N95 and N82, you can install the JoikuSpot software to turn your Nokia phone into a Wi-Fi hotspot. This means that you will be able to connect notebooks, PDAs and other Wi-Fi devices to your phone and enable them to access the Internet via the phone's 3G/GPRS mobile data function.