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The Hunger Games – Australians devour everything Internet; Telstra now more than half the mobile market; ACMA Communications Report 2013–14 - Fast facts; Moving house? Telstra is here to help; and Optus updates its insurance deals; Huawei outlines cyber security requirements.

SWIFT start to new payments platform; Here comes the iPhone 7!; Submarine cable cut, repair ship on site; ANALYSIS Is inflight Internet coming to Australia?; Kiwi Commerce Commission wants increase in wholesale copper and broadband pricing; so Spark warns of higher consumer prices.

ANALYSIS Where does the latest NBN announcement leave Turnbull’s promises?; OPINION The great NBN Co rollout go-slow: Does MTM stand for ‘Malcolm Turnbull’s Mistake?’; Mobile will ‘never replace broadcast radio’; European telco wars – now Vodafone looks at Liberty; Perth extends free Wi-Fi to Northbridge.

NBN’s new construction plan bypasses cities; Durrant-Whyte resigns from NICTA over ‘differences of opinion’; OPINION Where to now for NICTA?; ANALYSIS – UK MOBILE MARKET Hutchison vs BT in talks to buy O2 and EE; Telstra eyes a sustainable future; and GreenTouch aims to reduce wireless energy consumption by 46%.

COVER STORY Fixed line telephony in major global decline; New group launches communications initiative; Not so fast on data retention, says committee; OPINION Brandis: I can see you but you can’t see me ; Telstra launches 4GX in Melbourne; Asia Pacific FTTH reaches 100 million, no thanks to Australia; ACMA flags changed OTT regulation; Chorus reduces UFB cost guidance; Fire service using Polycom video collaboration; Ericsson and IBM collaborate on 5G antenna designs; Telco IT investment growing; Europe to Google: make ‘right to be forgotten’ global; Massive growth in Wi-Fi in Australia; NetComm’s future tied to M2M; IDC predicts global tablet growth at 7.2% over 2014 including ‘iPad decline’; as Telstra doubles down on tempting tablets; Ericsson to provide Tasmanian gateway; Turnbull opens DiData’s Canberra cloud centre; ... and Telstra to build government cloud; Australians ‘addicted’ to smart devices, but believe we lag behind in digital; and Deloitte releases Australian edition of its Mobile Consumer Survey; BT in talks to buy O2 and EE; ACMA releases AISI malware portal; and ACORN planted to wipe out cybercrime ; ANALYSIS Vodafone forced to deny sale speculation; Telstra, Ericsson, Qualcomm hit 450 Mbps on 4G; ZipTel launches global data SIM card; Adobe backpedals on Click Frenzy claims; BT in talks to buy O2, and maybe EE; Telstra says small cells bring big rewards; Spark and Huawei ink Kiwi mobile deal.

New group launches communications initiative; Not so fast on data retention, says committee; OPINION Brandis: I can see you but you can’t see me; Ericsson to provide Tasmanian gateway; Telstra doubles down on tempting tablets; Europe to Google: make ‘right to be forgotten’ global; Massive growth in Wi-Fi in Australia.

NetComm’s future tied to M2M; IDC predicts global tablet growth at 7.2% over 2014 including ‘iPad decline’; ACORN planted to wipe out cybercrime; Fixed line telephony in major global decline; Fire service using Polycom video collaboration.

Telstra launches 4GX in Melbourne; Asia Pacific FTTH reaches 100 million, no thanks to Australia; Deloitte releases Australian edition of its Mobile Consumer Survey; Ericsson and IBM collaborate on 5G antenna designs; Telco IT investment growing; Chorus reduces UFB cost guidance.

Turnbull opens DiData’s Canberra cloud centre; ... and Telstra to build government cloud; Australians ‘addicted’ to smart devices, but believe we lag behind in digital; Telstra, Ericsson, Qualcomm hit 450 Mbps on 4G; ZipTel launches global data SIM card; BT in talks to buy O2, and maybe EE.

ANALYSIS Vodafone forced to deny sale speculation; Adobe backpedals on Click Frenzy claims; ACMA flags changed OTT regulation; Telstra says small cells bring big rewards; Spark and Huawei ink Kiwi mobile deal; ACMA’s new portal to boost malware fight.

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