Vodafone Australia has signed an agreement with video-streaming Nine-Fairfax joint venture Stan to provide video services to its mobile customers as the company launches shared plans.
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Telstra, Optus, and Vodafone are fighting against patent-infringement claims over the use of assisted GPS and video-streaming services in the companies' mobile networks.
Vodafone Australia has reversed a decision that would have seen some prepaid customers charged per megabyte rather than per kilobyte used.
Australia’s top YouTube channel attracts more than 2.3 million views per video. The best that Vodafone Australia can manage is an average of 9,600. As most brands struggle to go viral, here are seven tips that might help.
Jens Schulte-Bockum, the chief executive at Voda's German operations, has claimed a surprisingly high proportion of the operator's traffic is video. And that figure is a lot higher on '4G' LTE, too.
Vodafone has tapped mobile-services company Mia to provide music streaming, games and video content for Vodafone customers.
The excitement surrounding the launch of Samsung's shiny new Galaxy Nexus smartphone was a bit much for the telcos.
ZDNet UK takes a look at what our readers tell us they are paying to use data abroad, per megabyte and per month, and how they feel about those costs
BT, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media, O2, 3 and Vodafone have signed up to a voluntary code of practice intended to ensure customers are informed of their providers' traffic management policies
Vodafone India has announced availability of their MiFi device allowing upto 5 devices to connect at the same time over WiFi to browse Internet (over 3G) and Airtel has announced subscription based live and video on demand television over the Internet.
The utilities metering firms Elster, Landis+Gyr and Secure say their open-standards-based collaboration will speed up the rollout of gas and electricity smart meters in the UK
The folks over at Apricorn - a 26 year old company in SoCal - sent me their new PCIe Drive Array to review. A new video capture card requires higher bandwidth storage - over 100 MB/s sustained - so the timing was good.
The world of European mobile communications was not rocked to its very foundations this week, as 3 announced a £1.25/MB data roaming deal followed by Vodafone offering up £5 per diem/25MB max.
SanDisk unveiled the world’s fastest 32GB SDHC flash memory card this morning, due to be released in August. Targeted towards digital SLRs with up to 30 megabytes per second read and write speeds, it's especially ideal for DSLRs that come with HD video capability as it comes with a new Class 10 performance rating for HD video.
May fever has hit New Zealand's mobile carriers. Telecom New Zealand and Vodafone both have big initiatives under way ... and is that three? NZ Communications (formerly Econet) kicks off a third competitive network to give the big guns nightmares.
3 has slashed the cost of its mobile data packages in time for Christmas, which now puts the carrier in line with rivals Vodafone and Optus, both of which announced similar deals last week.
I won the Astraware Casino contest the first night of Mobius Amsterdam 2007 and was given an HTC Touch Dual as the grand prize. I've had a couple of days to spend with the device and wanted to post my first impressions and a video of the very cool new photo and media player applications from HTC. I also used the device all day today with a Vodafone data-enabled SIM card and the new Google Maps application to get around town and see some of the local sights. If you like the HTC Touch, but want something better and more functional then check out my YouTube video and first thoughts of the device below.
Vodafone is rolling out a remote access video surveillance system for its premises around the country after it handed a contract to integrator Diebold and vendor Zylotech. The system will allow Vodafone to monitor live surveillance video of 25 sites, such as call centres and telephone exchanges, from anywhere on its corporate network.
Communications Minister Senator Helen Coonan yesterday defended Australia's national telecommunications regulatory regime. "Despite loud cries to the contrary, we do not regulate for regulation's sake," she told the annual conference of the Australian Telecommunications Users Group in Sydney.
Manufacturer builds Orange datacards into new notebooks and gives users the option to switch operator