Australian smartphone users are putting their health – particularly eye health – at great risk through their “obsessive” use and misuse of their phones, according to a newly published survey.
Samsung's S10 5G will be the first 5G smartphone to go on sale in Australia. Set to be available via Telstra and Samsung's own Experience Stores from 28 May, and a free upgrade for select Telstra S10+ customers earlier this year, the S10 5G will also feature a 6.7-inch screen, bigger battery and the promise of "an incredible camera experience".
Optus has been appointed as the only authorised Australian stockist, until the end of June, for the Samsung Galaxy A50 smartphone.
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ad hoc insecure junk. Going the same way as all that IOT still full of Krak wifi exploits. Impossible to[…]
5G is not secure and a threat to businesses. Just give business a direct fixed line connection to that fibre.[…]
"warned" with a wetlettuce.
This is not science the arrogant fools. This is corporate crime. Rushed through for profit. 5G requires to plant transmitters[…]