Archive for October, 2010
Bet you wouldn't trek to your bank or the closest ATM if you didn't have to. PayPal has added a feature to its free iPhone application that lets users deposit cheques into their PayPal accounts by taking a picture of them.
Phone makers are battling to provide stock of their Windows Phone 7 devices to Australian telcos, with some customers fuming over the limited range and lack of supply.
He shot to fame as the ultimate ladies man, but at Sydney's Bondi Beach today, Isaiah Mustafa, aka the "Old Spice guy", was surrounded by blokes and wearing a Windows Phone 7 rash vest.
Women dream of a marriage proposal that's "just like in the movies" but Vy Luong had no idea her partner would take the saying so literally. What seemed like a regular movie outing at the cinema where they had their first date six years ago turned into a surreal affair - ...
Mobile carriers would be forced to notify customers before slugging them with excess usage fees and other extra charges under tough new rules being considered by the Australian government and regulators.
A leading Australian expert in infectious diseases says people who use display iPads and iPhones at Apple stores are risking serious infections and the company should do more to maintain hygiene.
Optus has fired a defensive shot ahead of Telstra's anticipated grab for lucrative prepaid customers with a new pricing strategy offering calls for $1 a day.
Consumers are unwittingly passing much of their most private personal data to strangers when they discard mobile phones, with intimate photos and credit card numbers and pins frequently left on handsets, according to new research.
Microsoft has unleashed Windows Phone 7 in Australia and around the world and analysts say this could be its last chance to muscle in on the smartphone wars, which have been dominated by Apple and Google.
A Dutch research centre has developed a wireless monitor that allows your organs to send alerts to your mobile phone. The electrocardiogram-sensor system - called the Body Area Network (BAN) - sends information about your heart's performance, brain and muscle activities to your phone, nanoelectronic research institute Imec said this week.