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A French/Silicon Valley start-up has introduced a multiplatform, 3D high-definition voice conferencing platform which alleviates many of the audio quality issues that plague most unified communications systems.
Despite Apple releasing iOS 8.0.2 to fix issues that were caused by iOS 8.0.1, Australian iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users are still reporting that they are experiencing problems with cellular network connectivity and Touch ID.
Telstra is switching on parts of its 700MHz 4G network in preparation for the influx of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices onto the network after launch next Friday.
Around 76,000 users of Mozilla's developer network have had their email addresses posted to a publicly accessible server, with 4,000 users also having their salted and hashed passwords revealed as well.
Apple acknowledged a bug in iOS that leaves email attachments vulnerable and has committed to fixing it. Luckily the bug is difficult to exploit and doesn't affect iPhone 4s and later devices running iOS 7.1.
Divide creates a completely separate container for your Exchange account on your iPhone or iPad so that corporate email, calendars, and contacts don't mingle with your personal data.
Connecting to a wireless network just got that little bit easier, thanks to NFC support. No, that doesn't include you, iPhone users.
Most customers will be able to upgrade to faster speeds for no extra cost, but those with Apple devices are in limbo.
T-Mobile hasn't been much of a loyal pal to BlackBerry, but then again the device maker needs to produce a hit instead of worrying about rallying customer outrage over the carrier's email campaign encouraging a swap to the iPhone.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is upbeat about iPhone volume through China Mobile, which has a fast network that needs to be expanded in more cities to really deliver unit volume.
Can neural networks tame the email beast?
KPN has joined its rivals in confirmed the new iPhones will support its LTE network when the devices launch in the Netherlands later this month.
Optus has launched a Thuraya satellite case for the iPhone 4 and 4S, aimed at keeping people in regional or remote areas of Australia connected when outside of the network footprint.
Carriers are concerned due to the severe limitations of Apple's iPhone 5s and 5c stock in the United Kingdom, according to reports.
Australians are set to be amongst the first in the world to get the new iPhone 5S and 5C, which will also work on Optus' new TD-LTE network.
OWA for iPhone and iPad are mobile apps that offer the same email, calendar and contact functionality as the Outlook Web App in a browser but with additional features only possible in native apps. But they're only for Office 365 users.
The South Korean telco is reportedly in talks with Apple to put its LTE Advanced technology in the upcoming iPhone 5S. This follows last week's launch of the Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A, the first to take advantage of the network.
An FBI guidance manual says the law enforcement agency is able to access U.S. residents' email, Facebook and Twitter messages, and private documents, without breaching the Fourth Amendment.
Nokia makes headway in Norway as Telenor lands Apple support for the iPhone 5 on its LTE network.
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