mobile phones

Chip shortage spreads to phones

Chip shortage spreads to phones

Qualcomm struggling to keep up with demand.
Stephen Nellis, Josh Horwitz and Hyunjoo Jin Mar 15 2021, 11:45AM Hardware
Samsung may suspend mobile phone plant

Samsung may suspend mobile phone plant

Due to slumping sales and rising labour costs.
Ju-min Park Aug 14 2018, 11:18AM Mobility
Qualcomm will not exit data centre business, chip chief says

Qualcomm will not exit data centre business, chip chief says

Will narrow focus to internet companies in the US and China.
Stephen Nellis Jun 13 2018, 3:53AM Hardware
Telstra to sell HTC Touch Diamond phones

Telstra to sell HTC Touch Diamond phones

Move over 3G iPhone and Blackberry Bold, the HTC Touch Diamond has hit Australian shores as the latest player in the smartphone market.
Jenny Eagle Aug 4 2008, 3:44PM Mobility
Telstra increases mobile internet speed

Telstra increases mobile internet speed

Australians can access more mobile internet content, video and email from today thanks to the Next G™ network which has increased its data use and download limits.
Jenny Eagle Aug 3 2008, 12:07PM Mobility
One billion mobile phones shipped in 2006

One billion mobile phones shipped in 2006

IDC reports record-breaking sales.
Robert Jaques Jan 29 2007, 2:19PM Mobility
Alcatel operating profit in line, trims margin goal

Alcatel operating profit in line, trims margin goal

Alcatel posted a 25.2 percent drop in third-quarter operating profit that was in line with forecasts as higher costs offset stronger trading in the United States and emerging markets.
Staff Writers Oct 28 2005, 12:30PM Mobility
New gadget to make theft of mobile phones harder

New gadget to make theft of mobile phones harder

Finnish scientists have invented a device to make it harder to steal mobile phones and laptops by enabling them to detect changes in their owner's walking style and then freeze to prevent unauthorised use.
Staff Writers Oct 14 2005, 11:00AM Security
Nokia appoints Oistamo to head Mobile Phones unit

Nokia appoints Oistamo to head Mobile Phones unit

Finland's Nokia announced on Friday it has appointed Kai Oistamo to head its biggest division, Mobile Phones, as it fights to maximise the margins on its cheapest handsets in a cut-throat market.
Rex Merrifield Sep 5 2005, 10:00AM Mobility
Cellnet profit forecast shrinks

Cellnet profit forecast shrinks

Queensland-based distributor Cellnet Group has revised its profit expectations downwards for the financial 2004-05 year -- a prediction that may make last year's 75 percent profit jump to $9.1 million after tax look like a blip on the radar.
Fleur Doidge Aug 23 2005, 12:00PM Finance
Melbourne Telcogames signs big UK retailer

Melbourne Telcogames signs big UK retailer

Mobile phone games distributor Telcogames has teamed up with a British mobile phone retailer, The Carphone Warehouse, in a move that will get it exposure in 1450 retail outlets.
Staff Writers Jun 3 2005, 4:28PM Strategy

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