#
#
Call Now
#
#
LATEST NEWS
#
 

ACMA


Calls for Submissions From the Public

ACMA
Submissions
Submissions about possible short to medium term changes to the current arrangements for allocating smartnumbers® to improve allocative efficiency must be received by...

and more »


ACMA


Barriers to Skype on mobiles evaporate

Brisbane Times
New Skype apps for the iPhone and Symbian platforms will allow mobile users to bypass telco voice networks completely, making calls using the internet over the 3G data network...

and more »


ACMA


ANSWERS TO ESTIMATES QUESTIONS ON NOTICE

Outcome: 1.0, Output: 1.1                  Question: 137
Topic: Smart numbers
Written Question on Notice
Senator Conroy asked:

1. The smart number auction system for freecall numbers that spell a word or business name commenced in 2004. Since that time a secondary market in these numbers has arisen. Did the Government contemplate that such market would develop?

and more »


ACMA


Novel domain decision clarifies tests for consolidation of multiple complaints

Australian Trade Marks Law Blog

In National Dial A Word Registry Pty Ltd and others v. 1300 Directory Pty Ltd (WIPO Case No. DAU2008-0021) an Administrative Panel Decision of the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center handed down on 6 March, 2009, the Complaint was submitted by nine complainants against one respondent. More info HERE.

and more »


ACMA


Phonewords around the World

Wikipedia- The Free Encyclopedia

The main advantages of phonewords over standard phone numbers include increased memorability and increased response rates to advertising. They are easier to remember than numeric phone numbers….

and more »


ACMA


"Smarter than the average number ..."


Julian Gyngell's talk on "Phonewords and Finance", kindly hosted yesterday at the London office of McDermott Emery & Will, was a treat for those who attended. In short, * Australia has instituted a system by which Smartnumbers, these being the numerical bases for alphanumerical telephone numbers, are auctioned to the highest bidder, subject to minimal conditions and limitations…

and more »


This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at https://news.google.com/news


The Sydney Morning Herald

Could we swap Trump's Twitter for the fantasy of a red phone, please?
The Sydney Morning Herald
The world, however, soothed itself for decades with the red phone fantasy. In 1984, a political advertisement for Democratic presidential aspirant Walter Mondale showed a red phone along with the words: "The most awesome, powerful responsibility in the ...

and more »


TechRadar

Leaked Samsung 'Project V' images show off early foldable phone concept
TechRadar
Far from the flexible display that most of us imagine when the words 'foldable phone' appear before us, the device features a clamshell design with two separate screens that appear to show two home screen pages simultaneously when flipped open.

and more »


The Sydney Morning Herald

Three words that can save a friendship
The Sydney Morning Herald
Once you get that, it becomes as simple as learning three little words: “When…” and “I feel...” You calmly explain what the friend did that upset you and how it made you feel. For example, “When you get annoyed at me for not returning your phone calls ...



GeekWire

Hotel smart speaker startup Roxy enables custom wake words and enhanced security in new alliance with voice tech ...
GeekWire
The partnership will allow hotels working with Roxy to offer their own branded wake words, such as “Hey Hilton” or “OK Marriott.” Sensory builds machine learning technology, such as voice, visual and natural language processing, with an emphasis on ...



The Times

Object of loathing keeps a low profile
The Times
All it took was a couple of absent-minded words last Friday lunchtime. “I object,” the MP for Christchurch parped when the title of the Voyeurism Bill was read out and by teatime the parliamentary lexicon had a new word: choping. Let me be clear, as ...

and more »


VICE

Your Phone Is Listening and it's Not Paranoia
VICE
Note: this article was updated on June 13 to clarify that apps like Facebook don't automatically have access to your data. A couple years ago, something strange happened. A friend and I were sitting at a bar, iPhones in pockets, discussing our recent ...

and more »


CMO

Unlockd in voluntary administration following legal action against Google
CMO
Unlockd and its partners seek to reward user's attention by returning a portion of the advertising revenue back to users in the form of mobile data, credit off phone bills, entertainment content, or loyalty points. Since it began, Unlockd returned over ...

and more »


CNET

Here's How Limited Your Carrier's 'Unlimited' Phone Plans Really Are
Gizmodo
At this point, anytime you see the word unlimited in relation to phone plans, you should probably just assume you're being misled. And after seeing the hijinks Verizon is trying to pull with its latest “unlimited” cell phone plan, it seemed like a good ...
Get a free year of phone service from SprintCNET

all 27 news articles »


Computerworld Australia

'Small amount' of password-related data stored as plaintext, PageUp says
Computerworld Australia
The company said that data affected by the breach may include information relating to employees of PageUp customers who had access to the SaaS platform (including their name, email address, physical address, and telephone number) as well as ...

and more »


Tom's Guide

Motorola's Foldable Phone Breakthrough Is Literally Hot
Tom's Guide
In other words, if you leave it folded at various angles, it should stay there rather than snapping shut. Those are pretty much all the details we have on this mysterious phone at the moment. But if Motorola wants to beat Samsung's and Apple's foldable ...

and more »

Google News

 
 
#