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According to Chinese telecoms manufacturer, ZTE Corporation, China's 3G cellular standard, TD-SCDMA has been approved by the international cellular standards body, the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP).

Wednesday, 02 November 2005 15:53

Nokia claims fixed-mobile convergence milestone

Nokia has claimed a "significant milestone" in its fixed-mobile convergence strategy with the completion of both voice and data calls using unlicensed mobile access (UMA) technology in a Nokia Solutions Experience Centre in the USA.
Wednesday, 02 November 2005 11:00

Blogging a security threat says cyber guardian


Blogging has joined the growing list of IT security threats as employees sound off on the web, according to an online security firm.

Tuesday, 01 November 2005 15:53

Sequans promises mobile WiMAX gear by 2H 2006

European chip developer, Sequans Communications, says it will have chips available that will enable equipment manufacturers to launch base stations and mobile devices conforming to the 'mobile' WiMAX standard 802.16e as early as the second half of 2006.

Customer acquisition and information gatherer Acxiom has been commissioned for a joint venture between Australia's two largest information portals Yahoo! ANZ and ninemsn, to persuade all Australian businesses to list on both websites.

Global virtual network operator (VNO), Vanco has signed a two-year deal with UK based global engineering company, Smiths Group plc.

Sunday, 30 October 2005 13:26

Competitors accuse Qualcomm of IPR abuse

A number of global mobile communications technology companies have filed complaints against Qualcomm with the European Commission alleging anti-competitive conduct in the licensing of essential patents for 3G mobile technology.

Sunday, 30 October 2005 13:23

Next evolution of CDMA 1x EV-DO one step nearer

CDMA developer, Qualcomm, has hailed a recent successful test call as a major milestone in the development of the next stage of CDMA 1x EV-DO technology, Rev. A.

A new report reveals SMBs have decisively shifted to broadband but VoIP still has a way to go before it penetrates the small business market.

Thursday, 27 October 2005 10:00

Don't get feathers ruffled by bird flu spam


Security specialist Sophos is warning internet users in Australia and New Zealand to avoid being sucked in by spam preying on people's fears about bird flu.




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