Vodafone Australia is working on rolling out a system that will record customers' web-browsing IP history for up to 90 days, as the government moves to compel telcos to hold on to users' metadata for up to two years.
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The ETSI standards body has put off a vote on the next-generation SIM card standard for at least a month, a move welcomed by Nokia, which has threatened to pull its patents if Apple gets its way
Vodafone has moved to shut down a strange glitch in its system that allowed customers to use BitTorrent, make Voice over IP (VoIP) calls, check email and do online banking, all without being charged for data usage.
Identifying unlawful file-sharers to comply with proposed law is not currently possible for mobile operators, industry chief says
New converged voice and data services launched this week by Telstra's competitors have the potential to eat into one of the few legacy revenue streams the carrier relies on, according to one analyst.
The company has become the latest operator to reveal it is investigating technology designed to improve 3G coverage indoors
With so many mobile phones and plans in the market, it's easy for truly innovative services to get lost in the noise.This is the only reason I can think of to explain why there hasn't been a wholesale rush to mobile carrier 3, which with the launch of its X-Series content and calling bundle, recently put its boot up the collective backsides of the entire mobile industry.
Red Herring reports that U.K. mobile phone network operators Vodafone and Orangehave begun blocking Skype and other low-cost IP phone services over cellular networks.
ZDNet UK examines the likely trends at this year's mobile extravaganza