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My BMW Remote US

Perhaps you are having trouble locating your BMW in a large parking lot at night or you are unsure if you have locked your parked BMW....

1 day ago By BMW

NBN Co sets up medical alarm register

Medical alarm devices running on copper phone lines will stop working unless they are transferred to the National Broadband Network, NBN Co says.

March 20, 2014

GoSecured Call

GoSecured Call - global encrypted private calling made simple. Encrypted Offshore Calling made simple. **You must be a GoSecured subscriber...

January 23, 2015 By Secured Nexus

Pixel Combat Multiplayer

Pixel style action multiplayer fps game,You can fight with friends or other peoples.Try Deathmatch and Team deathmatch.New modern block...

January 21, 2015 By LevoGamez

Who could -- and probably should -- buy RIM?

BlackBerry maker Research in Motion can stick around, split off and share its products, or sell off completely. Who could make a bid for its patents, its network or phone unit -- or even the entire business?

June 28, 2012

Telstra to launch first 4G Windows phone

Telstra has announced that the HTC Titan will be the first Windows Phone to operate on its 4G network, which it will offer to business customers from Tuesday.

May 23, 2012

Giffgaff grapples with network outage

Phone operator Giffgaff's network suffered an outage on Friday and at the time of writing the company had restored data, but not voice capability, to customers.GiffGaff, a mobile virtual network operator that piggyback's on O2's network, first acknowledged the problems at 10:18am in a post on its forum.

March 16, 2012 by

The walled garden has happened

How we laughed and derided when the mobile phone network 3 launched with a walled garden. We pointed to AOL and how that didn’t work and then sat back and waited.

December 6, 2011 by

T-Mobile sides with Samsung's defense in Apple patent suit

T-Mobile is the second mobile carrier this week to oppose Apple's bid to ban a range of Samsung's phones, in the midst of a long-running patent fight between the two companies.The phone giant joins Verizon, which earlier this week sided with Samsung to prevent a slow adoption rate on its new high-speed 4G network.

September 28, 2011

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