Stop using Samsung Note7: OZ replacement stock from 21 September
Samsung Australia has confirmed that replacement stock of the Galaxy Note7 is coming to Australian customers from 21 September amid a US recall and airlines warning against Note7 use.
Ziggy found to have breached caretaker conventions
Optus moves to capture greater share of small business market; Telcos continue to help consumers with financial hardship problems: ACMA; Zinwave picks Adelaide as its home down under; Readify develops new emergency waiting times app for WA; Google faces massive EU fine for abuse of search monopoly; Entertainment companies bid to control content on web.
Vodafone to pay $594.3 million for spectrum; Telstra up in arms about Vodafone ?below market rate? spectrum buy offer; Optus launches VoLTE to major Australian cities; Telstra beefs up Asian network expansion with more investment; NBN Co crowdsources photos for next Sky Muster rocket; IA continues to beat the drum on site-blocking laws; Do mobile phones cause brain cancer?
Australia - Few players and not mavericks; NBN hits 2 million connections towards 2020 target of 8 million; ACMA considers more trialling of mobile phone jamming in prisons; Darkness in the Ukraine ? hackers turn the lights off; Asian business women recognition in Telstra business awards for first time; Macquarie Telecom announces Cyber Security Scholarship Winner.
Apple & SAP team to bring HANA to iPhone; ACMA makes changes to mobile roaming standards; Malware borrows adware tricks to bypass Android security; Pact says cloud is best for growth; Verizon DBIR a real eye opener; Ericsson & partners support nbn Sky Muster broadband services delivery; NEC will recognise you.
MyNetFone's Sugo says govt Budget inaction threatens NBN, telco industry viability
MyNetFone's Sugo says govt Budget inaction threatens NBN, telco industry viability; ACMA crackdown enforces Do Not Call Register compliance; Choice sticks boot into Optus soccer balls; Kogan relaunches Dick Smith online store from today!; Kantar launches its first-ever wearable tech report, US takeup double that of Europe; Spark and Huawei partnership ahead of device capabilities.
Telstra looks to return $1.5 billion to shareholders from Autohome sale
Telstra will return $1.5 billion to shareholders in a capital management program using the proceeds from the recent sale of its majority stake in Chinese online car sales business Autohome.
Regional Australia connectivity improves but still lags capital cities: ACMA
Online connectivity and access to the Internet is on the improve for all Australians, including those living in regional and remote areas outside our capital cities and urban areas.
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