Three scenarios to help you decide the right way for your business to get broadband access
By ZDNet UK
| August 18, 2003 -- 10:50 GMT (03:50 PDT)
| Topic: Mobility
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Subtitle piracy: Will it be enforced in Australia?
Roadshow has argued that pirated subtitle files infringe the copyright of literary works of screenplays.
Five Eyes alliance reportedly looping in Germany, Japan against China
Telstra and Lexus announce trial of 4G car safety communication tech
Telstra, Lexus Australia, and the Victorian government will trial 4G car safety communication technologies that allow cars to 'talk' to each other.
Brazilian mobile users hit with banking malware
An Android-based trojan was accidentally downloaded by over 2000 users.
G-Type Keyboard for Pixel Slate hands-on: Brydge's solution perfects Google's tablet
The Google Pixel Slate was released with a couple of keyboard options and the one from Brydge is clearly the best option, with a lower price too.
Samsung unveils new Notebook 9 Pen 2-in-1: Bigger size, better battery
Samsung refreshes Notebook 9 Pen for creative pros with a new S Pen and an additional 15-inch model.
Apple plans new $1bn campus plus big US job growth
The iPhone giant is to spend $1bn and add 5,000 new jobs in Texas, plus more jobs in Seattle, San Diego and Culver City.
Opera for Android becomes an Ethereum 'blockchain browser'
Opera hopes to make cryptocurrency more than just a speculative asset.
Choetech 19-Watt/dual-port solar smartphone charger