Optus will pay other carriers? exit fees; iiNet acquires most of Tech2; Thaicom-7 launched, now for NewSat and Optus; 4G revenue boost ?will be short-lived?; Our apps are spying on us, and Android is worst; Japanese giants hit 400 Gbps.
8th September 2014
COVER STORY - THE PIRACY DEBATE ; Lack of transparency in Transparency Report; The questions in the Migration Assurance Policy; and takes Whispir international; ACMA releases five year spectrum outlook ; Mail decline hits Australia Post profits ; Samsung beats Apple to the punch; as EFTPOS goes online with consumer trials; Microsoft silent on Australian Azure host; Change the network planning laws, says AMTA; Move over Google Maps ? Nokia?s HERE now on Samsung?s Android phones; while Xiaomi destroying Samsung in China; as NetComm launches M2M router; OPINION - NSA's data retention doesn?t work. So why is Australia doing it?
5th September 2014
Streaming closing in on traditional TV; so Foxtel fights back with major revamp; ACCC may block Wotif takeover; Mail decline hits Australia Post profits; Jabra feels the Pulse; European 700 MHz will be compatible with APT.
5th September 2014
Is Vodafone for sale? Got a spare $100 billion?; ACMA releases five year spectrum outlook; Microsoft silent on Australian Azure host; Samsung beats Apple to the punch; Apple shifts nude celebrity hacking blame; Forget the branch, it?s now banking on the go - ANZ.
4th September 2014
Can FreeviewPlus make TV cool again? Consumers shouldn?t pay for piracy, says ACCAN; Public consultation to improve NBN migration; The questions in the Migration Assurance Policy; Europe rushes slowly to 700 MHz for mobile; Apple moves into the mobile wallet ? and more; Major new LinkSys Wi-Fi range; as NetComm launches M2M router.
3rd September 2014
Lack of transparency in Transparency ReportAmidst controversy over data retention, Telstra has published its latest transparency report on the number of requests it has received from government for information.
2nd September 2014
Telstra signs NAS joint venture with Telkom Indonesia Telstra has strengthened its push into Asia with the signing of a joint venture with Indonesia?s Telkom to bring Telstra?s network services to ASEAN?s biggest economy. ? and takes Whispir internationalTelstra will now offer the Whispir Conversation Platform to users outside of Australia.
1st September 2014
The NBN ? one year into the Turnbull eraYesterday NBN Co has released its annual report, explaining the company?s directions and achievements. The NBN new world order is taking shape. NBN Co hits 2014 targetsNBN Co has announced that it achieved its targets for the 2014 financial year. It expects to double the number of premises ready for service in 2015.
29th August 2014
COVER STORY NBN ANNUAL REPORT ? The NBN ? one year into the Turnbull era? NBN Co hits 2014 targets? The world according to Bill Morrow? NBN Co?s financial performance? ANALYSIS Astounding finding ? NBN cost not worth benefit ? Turnbull vs Clare on Vertigan?s cost vs benefit ? OPINION FTTN explained, by schoolmaster Turnbull? FTTP needed for teleHealth, say Labor MPs
29th August 2014
Telstra announces share buy-back detailsTelstra has said how its billion dollar share buy-back scheme will work. Turnbull vs Clare on Vertigan?s cost vs benefitCommunications Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his Labor shadow Jason Clare were as predictable as the report itself in their responses to the Vertigan NBN cost benefit analysis.
28th August 2014