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‘Flawed expert testimonies’ led to mobiles blame in Italian tumour sufferer’s compensation case

MarcoliniExperts from Italy’s National Centre of Epidemiology have criticised the ‘flawed expert testimonies’ that led to an Italian court granting worker's compensation to a businessman who blamed a benign tumour he developed on his work related cell phone use.
01/03/13

“Nomophobic” youth admit to texting while driving, says survey

Young drivers are heeding the safety messages around speeding and driving under the influence, but are putting other drivers at risk by fiddling with their phones while behind the wheel, according to new research from leading insurer AAMI.
21/09/12

“Old fogey” economic commentator’s confession about mobile phones

One of Australia’s leading economic commentators has reviewed the Deloitte Access Economics report, “Mobile Nation,” and confessed that he has an “old fogey’s” ambivalence towards mobile phones and there are times he enjoys being uncontactable via mobile.
01/03/13

“Quiet” carriages are a permanent fixture on intercity NSW train lines

Quiet carriages will be permanent features for customers on three intercity train lines, Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian announced today.
31/08/12

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The Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy, today announced the inaugural members of the Telecommunications Universal Service Management Agency (TUSMA), a new Commonwealth statutory agency that will ensure basic telecommunications services are available to all Australians.
29/06/12

100,000 students across Australia take up MobileMuster’s Schools Recycling Challenge

More than 100,000 students from all around Australia participated in Round Two of this year's MobileMuster Schools Recycling Challenge, which since 2008 has recycled over 10 tonnes of old mobile phones, accessories and batteries.
07/12/12

15 years of mobile phone recycling in Australia

This year MobileMuster celebrates 15 years of the operation of the industry’s official product stewardship program, which since late 1998 has collected and recycled more than 1,000 tonnes of old mobile phones, batteries, chargers and accessories - keeping them out of landfill.
10/05/13

1800 MHz confirmed as most popular band globally for LTE

The Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) has confirmed that the 1800 MHz band is the most popular band for LTE across the globe.
23/11/12

1800 MHz confirmed as most popular band globally for LTE

The Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) yesterday confirmed that the 1800 MHz band is the most popular band for LTE across the globe
16/11/12

1800 MHz—a shared strategy

The ACMA is seeking the views of interested stakeholders to inform its development of a spectrum management strategy for the 1800 MHz band.
07/12/12
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