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Telstra invests in DocuSign; Why aren?t we using all our gigabytes?; Big Indonesian merger planned, say reports; Telstra announces first LTE-A handset; REANNZ deploys ?world first? 100 Gbps network across the Pacific; INTERVIEW Infinera ? 21 Tbps from the data centre.

TPG shares surge on growth prospects; Telstra expands with Equinix; Australia a leader in digital marketing; Comms Alliance releases VDSL2 standards; Ericsson buys into PaaS vendor Apcera; Better broadband ?means less commuting?; Optus bird flies straight.

Harper review calls for new competition body; Half the world will be online by 2017; Optus claims carrier aggregation first; Vodafone revamps prepaid offerings; ECONOMUSE 2014 review of retail broadband pricing.

Alibaba floats in New York in ?world?s biggest IPO?; Most in iPhone 6 queue not genuine Apple fans, claims former employee; ACCAN warns on iPhone 6 deals; Happy birthday as AMTA turns 20; ADF eHealth system rollout underway; Cisco to acquire Memoir; Free Wi-Fi flower power at Floriade.

It would have cost $15 billion to shut down the NBN, says Turnbull; Victorian Police can alter data on your PC; Ericsson exits the modem business; iPhone 6 traffic alert; Wearables market to boom, says Gartner; Fast Internet on planes a step closer.

Ergas and Fels say increased copyright burden on ISPs will lead to higher prices; Optus 10 and Jabiru-2 satellites launched; Allen Lew back in Australia as new Optus CEO; Telco complaints fall again ? industry congratulates itself; hey, not so fast, says ACCAN; Opposition grows to scrapping of community TV; while AMTA welcomes spectrum review; ACMA outsources numbering management; Morrow defends NBN rollout in Tasmania, signs new contracts; Quickflix challenges Netflix to play fair; 'J'accuse!' Kim Dotcom vs the Kiwi PM; THE ECONOMICS OF THE NBN; BT snares giant global contract with Glencore; ACMA warns telcos on compliance ; Cisco announces 'next generation' firewall; The Government wants to Google you; ACCAN launches digital business kit; and Telstra launches accessibility initiatives; Turnbull supports multi stakeholder Internet; Ericsson acquires cloud video vendor Fabrix; and exits the modem business; Victoria Police can alter data on your PC; Atmail picks Los Angeles for US expansion; Wearables market to boom, says Gartner; Fast Internet on planes a step closer; iPHONE 6 HYSTERIA

Telco complaints fall again ? industry congratulates itself; hey, not so fast, says ACCAN; Atmail picks Los Angeles for US expansion; Ericsson acquires cloud video vendor Fabrix; BT snares giant global contract with Glencore; Cisco announces 'next generation' firewall.

ACMA warns telcos on compliance; The Government wants to Google you; ACCAN launches digital business kit; and Telstra launches accessibility initiatives; Turnbull supports multi stakeholder Internet; iPhone 6 presales break record; OPINION But why the fuss? The iPhone 6 is OK, but who cares about U2?

Ergas and Fels say increased copyright burden on ISPs will lead to higher prices; Opposition grows to scrapping of community TV; Morrow defends NBN rollout in Tasmania, signs new contracts; Quickflix challenges Netflix to play fair; 'J'accuse!' Kim Dotcom vs the Kiwi PM; ACMA outsources numbering management.

Optus 10 and Jabiru-2 satellites launched; Australia?s satellite history; Allen Lew back in Australia as new Optus CEO; AMTA welcomes spectrum review; Telcos rush to sell iPhone 6; Turnbull blames Labor for TPG cherry picking; ECONOMUSE Vertigan?s cost benefit analysis ? chickens, eggs and the ogre of mobile substitution.

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