A new national industry body, the Australian Digital and Telecommunications Industry Association (ADTIA) has been formed with the aim of remedying the shortage of skills in Australia's telecommunications industry, including the pressing needs of the NBN rollout.
“A bar owner spoke of his disgust after he was forced to close his premises for an entire day last week, after workmen hit a gas pipe at Market Square.” So ran the report in Northern Ireland's Ulster Star newspaper.
Nokia is back. And this time, it has prepared itself to fight Apple.
Samsung can be considered the heavyweights in the smartphone arena and especially in the phablet space, there’s the flagship Galaxy Note 4 and slightly below it is the Galaxy Grand 3. While for ZTE, they have been producing smartphones all this while but for phablet size, this is their first entry into the space.
Huawei is one of the smartphone companies that seem to be targeting the emerging markets and developing countries and they are getting good at it. With Honor Holly, the basic features of most users are well taken care of.
We previously took a look at Romania’s Allview X2 Soul which holds the crown for being the slimmest smartphone some time ago, and this time around they have come out with the Mini version which is one of the lightest and slimmest smartphone around.
A couple of weeks ago we wrote about the Internet of Everything, at how it will change the Internet as we know it today - the 'Internet of People' - forever.
The long anticipated $100 million ‘Netflix killer’ from the combined resources of StreamCo, the joint venture between the Nine Network and Fairfax, has been unveiled and branded as Stan.
Dr Shelley Kinash, director of learning and teaching, and associate professor of higher education at Bond University, has written a lengthy article in Education Technology Solutions magazine, likening higher education in Australia to elephants.
There’s some really scary statistics in the Yellow Social Media Report, produced earlier this year by Sensis. It says that 69 percent of Australians now use social media, that 95 percent of those use Facebook and that the average Facebook user spends 8.5 hours per week on the site, a figure that has increased by 1.5 hours in just a year.
- HTC Desire 612: back to basics
- Samsung Galaxy Grand 3: 5.5-inch phablet with great camera
- See buried infrastructure, with augmented reality
- IT Cannot Be Only the CIO’s Responsibility IT – A SHARED RESPONSIBILITY
- Next Telecom an Australian telecommunications success story
- Samsung Galaxy S5 Plus vs HTC Desire Eye: battle of the popular flagships
- How to connect your VoIP business telephone system to the NBN, a step-by-step guide
- Micromax Canvas Win: Will it Fuel the windows Phones market
- Where, when and why of NBN in Penrith
- Master the art of mobile app development
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