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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.
Most customers will be able to upgrade to faster speeds for no extra cost, but those with Apple devices are in limbo.
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.
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.
Carriers are concerned due to the severe limitations of Apple's iPhone 5s and 5c stock in the United Kingdom, according to reports.
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Here is a list of my favorite iOS network and network troubleshooting apps. These apps allow me to scan networks, remotely administer systems, and even remotely administer servers.
Apple's iOS 6.1 update fixed some users Wi-Fi problems but others still face Wi-Fi troubles and now 3G and Exchange problems are being reported.
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.
As the iPhone 5 works on both Telstra's and Optus' 4G LTE networks, Apple looks like it has avoided another costly court battle with the ACCC.
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.
Now that EE is launching its 1800MHz network, the UK will have access to 4G services for the first time. The question everyone wants to know the answer to is: will Apple's next iPhone have support for it?
Apple's tightened iPhone and iPad security meant advertisers had to seek alternative ways of targeting users with in-app ads. In a cat-and-mouse game, advertisers are succeeding.
Murmurs of Facebook smatphone resurface after social networking giant hires handful of former Apple engineers with experience on iPhone and iPad, report says.
The transportation system seems to be pointing to more tonnage courtesy of tech product launches. One analyst connects the Apple dots.
The deal, which Facebook says is intended to improve its own mobile apps while leaving the 18-month-old Instagram 'independent', works out at $77m per employee
Nah, it couldn't be, could it? It couldn't be my branny-new iPhone killing my network. Could it? Really?
The aim of the QWiPs iPhone app is to add audio to an otherwise fairly silent social network -- but will it appeal to general users?
China Unicom has been issued it's network access permit, and hopes to begin selling the iPhone 4S in the region as early as Christmas.
Telstra customers with an iPhone 4S who have been losing reception will soon breathe a sigh of relief, as the telco giant has promised to fix the network issue.
Whether you were impressed by the iPhone 4S, or were disappointed that it doesn't have a 5 in its name, there's no question that it will continue the disruption of telcos' mobile data business models. But with research suggesting that running a mobile network could become unprofitable within three years, can carriers change their ways before the iPhone and its ilk chew up our airwaves like locusts buzzing the plains?
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