ACMA gets tougher powers to block illegal offshore gambling websites
Telstra rolls disparate tech services into Purple
Cloud provider Vault says tech exports affected by encryption law
‘Credential abuse’ via ISPs main attack source in Australia
Dutton accuses Labor of dragging feet on encryption bill
EPL 'has paid off' for Optus: Roy Morgan
Optus's decision to acquire the Australian rights to English Premier League (EPL) football seems to be having the desired effect and paid off handsomely for the number two telco, according to new research.
Hawaiki Cable final splice means system complete in June
The carrier-neutral Hawaiki submarine cable system connecting Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia, American Samoa, Hawaii and Oregon in the US is set for final testing before its June 2018 service start.
Australian Internet usage on a tear: ABS
The latest Internet stats from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) have arrived, and on the major metrics on usage and download, the numbers are all up.
Australia-Singapore cable laying gets underway
Laying of the Australia-Singapore subsea cable has commenced, with two ships laying two distinct sections from near Christmas Island to Fremantle, and the other in shallow water between Singapore and Christmas Island.
Vodafone's lower NBN prices mean new battles now to win consumers
Price wars: a new hope for lower NBN prices, striking back against an empire of expensive telcos to ensure a return of the happy customer ? can Vodafone's lower prices awaken consumer interest?
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