Samsung says it has successfully tested super-fast 5G wireless technology which would eventually allow users to download an entire movie in one second.

Despite the fact that major countries including Australia, Britain and China have yet to complete their 4G mobile phone network roll-out, the South Korean electronics maker claims its new technology could offer ”ubiquitous” access to ultra high-speed networks operating at 100 times present speeds and offering regular gigabit access.

We are now rolling out an exciting new mobile platform.

Features include:

Drag & Drop “App” Builder Multi Tenant Support (SaaS)
Database Object Builder Database Relationship Builder
“App” Publishing Mobile User Notifications
Mapping – Geo-Notifications Diagnostics
Document Publishing Device Management
Security and Permissions System Multi Language Support
Remote Mobile Wipe Mapping – Find User / Nearest
Tenant Data Viewer Device Registration
Licencing System User and Role management

Core Mobile Features:

Secure Logon / Authentication Multiple App Support
Multi Platform Data Synchronisation Services
“App” Synchronisation Camera Support
GPS Barcode Support
Signature Capture RFID / NFC Support
Published Document Viewer Data Encryption
Geo-Notifications Notifications
Web Service Call Out Mobile Forms Runtime Engine
Device Registration Off Line Data Store

We knew it was coming, but until now we didn’t know when. Over the Christmas break, Channel Ten finally released their iPhone app to the general public.

The app, which went live on January 3 but was promised late last year, boasts features including an in-app television guide and the ability to receive push notifications for upcoming programs.

From the iTunes app description:

The new TEN iPhone app offers you a full free-to-air and subscription TV Guide where you can set reminders for your favourite TV shows. The app features Twitter and Facebook integration and you can also watch full episodes of TEN TV shows!

View pics, download wallpapers and find out all about your favourite cast members as well as watching exclusive behind the scenes video.

The application currently has a five star rating by users who’ve downloaded the app. Of note is the ability to watch “full episodes” feature of the app – we could only get 5 to play, and they’re specially edited for the iPhone.

If you’re keen to get your hands on the Channel Ten iPhone app, it’s free in the App Store right now.