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TCP code changes given only qualified support from consumer advocacy groups; Telstra pays Penn-alty with partial backdown on roaming rip-off; Ricoh?s first Australian data centre now open for business; 3.2 billion people now online around the world says ITU; Teleena signs new Australian MVNO customer; Telstra Health deploys medical records system for WA hospitals; Blue Coat, Dimension Data collaborate on cloud web security.

Revenue share of 62%: Telstra dominates Australian telecoms market; Aussies go over the top and cut the cable; Yomojo responds to Yatango down; Flexiroam launches, takes on Telstra?s roaming rip offs; ACMA releases 1800 mhz band for remote areas; Li-Fi ? 100 times faster than Wi-Fi; Telstra?s Ooyala appoints new CEO; Comms Alliance welcomes Gov?t move towards phone numbering framework.

ACMA advises telco industry on consumer mobile spending; Nokia, Deutsche Telekom and Cosmos demo claimed LTE-A 3 CA world first; Choice: Fed Gov?t response ?backs open data ? and VPNs; Drip pricing is for drips; Dubber and MNF (MyNetFone) team up ? and other Telco comments; Economuse; Australia a perfect market for Perfecto; MapR data platform delivers efficiency gains to Macquarie Telecom.

Finally, Australian airlines should soon get in-sky wi-fi; Inmarsat wants better connected ships, too, with Ericsson; Mix and match cloud services cheaper, but come with a warning; Cyber attacks a growing threat to Southeast Asia businesses, governments; Linux Australia suffers another data leak; Warning: Mobile ?bill shock' risk from iOS9 WiFi Assist.

Ericsson has released its November 2015 Mobility Report: video traffic to soar; TNZI to quadruple its European network; nbn looks set to get a new board member; Telco protection code delivers millions in savings to consumers; Vodafone perks up Prepaid Combo with ?year of bonus data?; Telstra adds iPad Pro to its plans; Norwood?s World Phone does first ?Double Million? as Android approaches

Growing popularity of subscription video on demand services; Symantec gets slapped by Google for a breach in trust; NextDC going to market for A$70 million to fund new Brisbane data centre; Top ten tech predictions for 2016; Service Stream selects IFS to consolidate systems; Playstation 4 implicated as comms tool in Paris terror attacks; Simonsen appointed Polycom Australia, NZ chief.

Entertainment and NBN drive Optus Growth; NEC Connects Timorese Schools to Internet for the First Time; Everybody?s Doing Cloud; ACMA Partway Through ICT Infrastructure Transformation; Lack of ?Curiosity? Impacts Technology Innovation: Report; D-Link Taipan ? World?s First AC3200 Router; Inspire Wire.

Vocus and Nextgen signed up for the Australia Singapore Cable; Activ8me, nbn get active connecting remote indigenous communities; Data growth exploding along with shift of data traffic from mobile networks to Wi-Fi; ACMA warns of direct carrier billing spending trap; Westpac launches card activation using a smartphone camera; Connected ?things? market growing strongly on back of expanding IoT; Inabox expands wholesale business with purchase of CloudXchange.

Legacy legislation not keeping up with today?s complex environment: ACMA; ACMA collects a $2.8 billion windfall in past year; Careless treatment of customer records costs Telechoice; loT a potential security nightmare: Intel CSO; ZTE profits jump on back of strong carrier sales; Mobile subscribers in India close to 1 billion, and growing fast.

Telstra continues push into health care with new acquisition; The ACMA hits non-compliant telecommunications providers ? again!; Skype apologises for 21 Sept outage, offers free call time; Superloop shelling out $5.8 million for APEXnetworks; Virgin Mobile pops out free 1GB bonus streaming data with Guvera; 4G Americas publishes new details on 5G technology requirements; Inmarsat?s Pacific endeavour ensured critical comms in military exercise.

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