The Wavelink COBS SMART1 Spectralink DECT platform handsets offer a dual-mode, Android-based smartphone for on-premises use, with DECT technology delivering HD voice combined with Wi-Fi to enable high-speed data and applications integration.
Old smartphones worth $8.6 billion are sitting unused by people across Australia.
The inventor of the World Wide Web has received the 2016 ACM A.M. Turing Award.
The Tasman Global Access cable, which runs between Raglan and Sydney, is now operational.
Cortana will now be available on Android in Australia, according to Microsoft.
Samsung will from tomorrow start taking pre-orders for its newest flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S8 and S8+, and will be hoping for a warm reception to help it move past the setbacks caused by the recalled Galaxy Note7 line.
A new industry code will address customer dissatisfaction with phone connection delays where the previous occupant of a premises has failed to cancel their service.
The Epson WorkForce Enterprise business inkjet printer is a fast 100 page per minute (ppm) departmental colour office A3 printer.
Google's upcoming Android O update introduces a range of new functionality including picture-in-picture support for smartphones and tablets.
Apple has released a new red variant of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus to celebrate its partnership with AIDS charity (RED) as well as a new iPad with a brighter screen.
Mobile phone charging units will be installed at train stations across metropolitan Adelaide if the Liberal Party wins the next South Australian election.
The federal government and SpeedCast have partnered to ensure that Christmas Island residents can connect to the internet through their previous accounts.
New research suggests that commercial 5G networks will start being widely deployed at the start of the next decade.
In the 10 years since the launch of the first mobile money service, 277 such services have launched across 92 countries — but there remains plenty of room for growth, according to the GSMA.