The first forays into immersive VR online dating have only just been made. The prospect is for virtual dates seeming as real as a physical date. Understanding how immersive technology functions provides perspectives into the future of online dating and potential impacts on the digital economy.
ajTDE is a new journal addressing the role of telecommunications in the rapidly growing global digital economy and Australia's place in it.
Australia has set a strong ambition to capture opportunities presented by the emerging digital economy. Much discussion has focused on the significant investment being made in broadband infrastructure. Other factors will also impact Australia?s ability to achieve its vision of a dynamic digital market. There will be the requirement for a complex service delivery environment including retail, wholesale service providers, digital content providers as well as future digital applications. This...
ACMA tackles challenges of a ?digitised? economy; Rebranding takes Globecast to Telstra Broadcast Services; ALDIMobile revamps pre-paid voice and data lineup; Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus coming 25 September; OPINION:Are there too many Apples in the orchard?; New data hungry Apple products a bonanza for Wi-Fi .
11th September 2015
Australian business earns $266.8 billion on the net; VoiP attracts over five million ? and growing; The Internet of planes; Alcatel-Lucent announces g.fast box for homes; ECONOMUSE - Mobiles and the NBN ? Again.
19th June 2015
Government to shake up spectrum according to report; Details of the government spectrum review; NBN shows steady growth - but needs to ramp up says CEO; Optus grows cloud offerings with Microsoft; NewSat crashes back down to earth in US bankruptcy court; Woolworths MVNO ditches Optus, takes up Telstra; Consumer ?summer? complaints to telcos increase; The rise and rise of the Telstra brand; Ericsson deploys 5G pilot to improve Swedish mines; Nokia takes on the Rock to boost multivendor SON radio...
29th May 2015
Woolworths MVNO ditches Optus, takes up Telstra; Consumer ?summer? complaints to telcos increase; The rise and rise of the Telstra brand; Australian organisations not prepared for change, says Optus; Nokia takes on the Rock.
29th May 2015
24 high-level representatives were interviewed from across Australian society and industry to explore (a) what changes might occur in each sector once next generation broadband (NGB) is widely available and (b) what action is needed to prepare for these changes.
COVER STORY THE GREAT MOBILE DATA WARS BEGIN ? Optus revamps mobile plans? ? as Telstra also introduces data sharing? ? so Credit Suisse downgrades Telstra? SingTel presentations reveal Optus plans ACCC agrees NBN speeds may be misleading NBN Co publishes new interactive rollout map Conroy?s media reforms ?dead? ? Clare Morrow off the hook on PG&E questions
6th June 2014
ACCC agrees NBN speeds may be misleadingIn response to a question from Stephen Conroy, the head of the ACCC Rod Sims has said in a Senate committee hearing that NBN Co?s advertised speeds may be misleading. Vendors flock to Internet of Things groupThe Industrial Internet Consortium now has over 50 members, many of them major manufacturers and consultancies, just two months after launch.
5th June 2014