CNET's Kent German gives a first look at a 3G-enabled phone that connects to the Web and streams video.
By ZDNet Staff
| January 26, 2006 -- 17:52 GMT (09:52 PST)
| Topic: Networking
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How technology can save the NHS
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The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
Huawei sheds 100 Australian jobs in the face of 5G ban
That number could grow to over 400 in the next two to five years, the company said.
5G network infrastructure market will be worth $4.2 billion next year
Gartner says the worldwide market will spike in value as businesses gear up in preparation of 5G rollouts.
Digital exams to help Monash University save AU$7 million
By the end of 2020, 80% of all exams issued by the university will be e-assessments.
Vocus network services and New Zealand covering for retail declines for FY19
Revenue flat for the full year, while EBITDA declined 3%, and net profit fell 44%.
Microsoft's Skype-to-phone calling service is now registered as a telecom service in the Netherlands
Megaport sees jumps in revenue and overall loss for FY19
Revenue increases 78% to AU$35 million as net loss widens from AU$24.5 million to AU$33.6 million.
Spark increases profitability as revenue flattens for FY19
Mobile, broadband, and cloud revenue replaces drops from legacy technologies.
Myriota and Optus Business add terrestrial connectivity to satellite IoT plans
Agreement will see IoT users able to maintain connectivity in remote Australia.
US Department of Commerce frames new Huawei extension as transition period
Wilbur Ross claims 90-day license extension will prevent disruption.