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Displaying items by tag: Mobile messaging

Western Union has selected Sybase mobile messaging and commerce subsidiary, Sybase 365, as a provider to its mobile money transfer services.

There’s been a steady rise in mobile content consumption on social networks, with mobile content services in the Asia Pacific region grossing US$29.1 billion for vendors last year and significant growth forecast for the next four years.

Published in Market
Months after the “Blackberry-esque” Nokia E71 launched for 2100MHz 3.5G networks, Telstra has finally brought an 850MHz “Next G” capable model to market for its customers – but where’s a Next G capable Nokia E75?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Optus will follow Telstra in offering the SpinVox VoiceMail To Text service to its mobile customers later this year.

Published in Strategy
Sydney’s Randwick Council might just have opened a Pandora’s Box to a flood of complaints from residents of the suburb on everything from potholes in their roads to problems with illegally dumped rubbish, with its new community text service using a mobile application portal supplied by Dialogue Communications.
Mobile email use in the Asia pacific region is emerging as the growth market in the enterprise mobility space with a massive annual growth rate of 34% predicted over the next four years.
Thursday, 09 April 2009 10:22

BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5 docs online

Research In Motion (RIM) have been keeping tight-lipped on just precisely when the highly-awaited BES 5 will be available, but it must be imminent with RIM today loading administration and migration manuals onto their web site, as well as an interactive demo.

Just a few days before Easter, the long weekend and many families hitting the road for a holiday, a new Telstra survey has uncovered the shocking statistic that far too many people are still using their phones while driving – and while the kids are in the car.

Published in Strategy

Sybase 365, a subsidiary of mobile messaging vendor, Sybase, has formed a global partnership with 2sms to extend SMS services to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) on an instant provisioning basis.

One of the world’s most popular Internet phone services, Skype, is finally set to make its mark in an official capacity on the other two most important phone platforms it hasn’t yet supported: the iPhone and the BlackBerry, with iPhone action starting on Tuesday, and the BlackBerry cherry popping in May.

The financial downturn has all businesses tightening their belts and focussing on getting greater bang for their buck as they look for ways to survive the crisis.
Ten years ago a young Australian Internet pioneer showed the world how it could surf the web for free. Now Sydney Low, co-founder of one-time free ISP FreeOnline and its affiliated Internet technology company Sharinga Networks, is back in the game. However, this time he's playing in the mobile phone space with a new company called RedTxt.

Published in Beerfiles
My son came running into my office yesterday saying that the police had sent him an SMS text message. I told him not to worry because I got one too. In fact 3 million mobile phone owners across the state of Victoria got a message warning them of impending danger.

Published in Beerfiles
It’s been four years since Research In Motion (RIM) released version 4.0 of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES), powering corporate and government handhelds around the world. Now it’s time for BES 5.0, offering a raft of new features.

Published in Market
eServGlobal (ASX: ESV) has launched "a revolutionary social relationship manager (SRM) software," that joins mobile telephone networks with popular Internet social networking sites.

Published in Market
The economic downturn does not seem to have impacted the mobile messaging market with the 2008/09 Christmas and New Year Period seeing a phenomenal spike in the number of SMS messages sent across the Asia Pacific networks serviced by a leading messaging company.

Published in Market
Monday, 26 January 2009 06:10

Telstra release BlackBerry Bold update

The first 3G BlackBerry, the BlackBerry Bold, has not been free from trouble. Telstra have released updated handheld software which they hope will fix things, on their network, at least.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 19 January 2009 08:48

Oh crap - I just dropped my phone down the loo!

Although Microsoft’s new survey on mobile phone usage in the bathroom/toilet/lavatory makes no mention of bathroom based mobile mishaps, with nearly 50% of Aussies using their phones in the so-called “rest room”, why didn’t they ask this question?

Published in Strategy
Despite the “economic crisis” that is seeing cutbacks on discretionary spending, Telstra insists mobile phones are “still an essential part of the back to school list” and has some “top tips” on managing your children’s mobile spend.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 14 January 2009 04:16

SMS spammers face Federal Court

Three companies and a number of individuals face legal action over SMS spamming and other breaches of federal legislation.

Published in Government Tech Policy
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