Netgear’s Arlo Go camera goes 4G LTE via Telstra

Wireless equipment vendor Netgear is launching its first Arlo mobile IoT smart device in Australia, which will be connected by Telstra to its 4G LTE network. The Arlo Go security camera, with rechargeable batteries, comes with a bonus solar charging panel. ( read original story ...)

Telstra pushes Arlo Go LTE security cameras

Outdoor security cameras are hot items now. It is easy to see why Telstra is pushing the Arlo Go LTE on its 3/4G Australia-wide service. In the past few weeks, we have seen 3/4G LTE cameras announced by Reolink Go, Vimel, Nubo, Swann, Uniden and many ... ( read original story ...)

Apple appealing in Australia – IDC

IDC says 92% of handsets were smartphones and the remainder were 3G feature phones like the retro Nokia 3310 3G. Samsung held second place with 15.4%. 55% of Samsung’s shipments were the Galaxy S8/S8+ and Note 8. Samsung’s Galaxy A and J series ... ( read original story ...)