The number of telco complaints is now at the lowest since quarterly numbers began being released in 2017.
Latest from Aimee Chanthadavong
Australia's postal service has developed an all-in-one mobile solution that could potentially replace multiple devices currently used by post office staff.
IATA's digital travel passport might be used to verify passenger health status, but it could also help eliminate queues at airport counters.
Xiaomi's Smart Glasses were designed to be a standalone device, rather than just a second smartphone screen, the company said.
Xiaomi has reported it achieved 87.8 billion yuan in revenue after knocking Apple off the new number two spot in global smartphone shipments in Q2 2021.
More than 2,000 Google Pixel devices were issued to NAB's customer contact teams to enable them to support customers remotely.
Telstra's decision to make public payphone calls free will see payphones become coinless by October 1.
Xiaomi experienced 83% year-on-year growth in global smartphone shipments in Q2 2021.
The government of Pakistan's Punjab province has told its citizens to get the COVID-19 jab or risk losing access to mobile services.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority said total telco complaints dropped from 323,804 to 274,290 during the January to March 2021 quarter.