Global phones and device shipments will fall by 13.6% in 2020 The world will witness a 13.6% drop in shipments of devices — mobile phones, tablets, and PCs — in 2020, meaning that total shipments will be 1.9 billion units, the tech research firm Gartner has forecast.

27th May 2020

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COVID 19 home working ‘positively’ impacts Australians Australians who have been required to work from home during COVID-19 say the experience has positively impacted how they view their work/life flexibility, according to a new behavioural change survey by national broadband operator NBN Co.

26th May 2020

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UK changes Huawei 5G stance, to eliminate gear by 2023 Ahead of a visit to the US in June, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has decided to reduce the involvement of Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies in the country's 5G network to zero by the end of 2023, a report claims.

25th May 2020

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How much will it cost the US to block TSMC from selling to Huawei? ANALYSIS The Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company will have to get a rather large amount from the US in incentives if it is make its proposed new factory in Arizona commercially successful and avoid any issues with its business in China.

22nd May 2020

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NBN speeds, performance decline, then recover after COVID 19 demands NBN speeds and performance declined as Australians followed social distancing instructions to stay home due to COVID-19, but picked up following measures by NBN Co and streaming providers, according to the competition regulator, the ACCC.

21st May 2020

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Complaints about faulty phones, Internet services dominate TIO report Residential consumers and small businesses made 32,441 complaints about phone and internet services to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) over three months between January to March this year - with a massive 70% of the complaints coming from users not having a working phone or Internet service.

20th May 2020

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Australians warned of ‘misinformation’ linking 5G and COVID 19 Australians have been warned about a campaign of misinformation linking 5G and the coronavirus, with the Federal Government urging confidence in the country’s stringent safety standards and decades of global scientific research about electromagnetic energy (EME).

19th May 2020

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ACCAN concerned over technical ‘shortfalls’ of COVIDSafe app Telecommunications consumer group ACCAN says it continues to have concerns about the technical shortfalls of the COVIDSafe app, as well as issues relating to public education about the app.

18th May 2020

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Government calls for submissions on alternative voice trials guidelines The Federal Government has issued draft guidelines for a program which is designed to explore new ways to deliver voice telephone services to rural and remote Australians, and has now called for submissions on the guidelines.

15th May 2020

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House panel asks carriers to look at 5G for rural, regional areas A parliamentary committee that conducted an inquiry into 5G in Australia has recommended that carriers look at sharing multi-user infrastructure so that rural and regional consumers benefit from 5G services without too much delay.

14th May 2020

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