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NBN Co will reach $52 ARPU only if RSPs pay for CVC 'overage': claim

19 February 2019 in Telecoms & NBN

The only way that the NBN Co, the company rolling out the Australian national broadband network, can achieve its stated…

Labor slams govt over 'ridiculous' NBN target claims

19 February 2019 in Telecoms & NBN

The Australian Labor Party has described as "ridiculous" a claim made by the government that the NBN Co — which…

Parliament attackers appear to have used Web shells

19 February 2019 in Security

Attackers who infiltrated the Australian Parliament network and also the systems of the Liberal, National and Labor Parties appear to…

ASD says no comment on UK Huawei risk report at this stage

19 February 2019 in Technology Regulation

The Australian Signals Directorate says it has, at present, no comment to make on reports that the UK's National Cyber…

Govt urged not to treat cyber security as 'boutique issue'

19 February 2019 in Security

The president of the Australian Computer Society, Yohan Ramasundara, has said the Federal Government needs to take cyber security more…

'Sophisticated state actor' behind Parliament breach: Morrison

18 February 2019 in Security

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says a sophisticated state actor was behind the breach of the Parliament network that was…

NBN Co sees ARPU, revenue rise; loses $1.7b for HY19

18 February 2019 in Telecoms & NBN

NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network, has increased the average revenue it earns per user by…

UK cyber centre concludes Huawei risk can be mitigated: report

18 February 2019 in Government Tech Policy

Britain's National Cyber Security Centre has concluded that it can mitigate any risk posed by using equipment from Chinese telecommunications…

After Huawei, now German cars a threat to US national security

17 February 2019 in Government Tech Policy

When the US Government started going after Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies, it justified what it was doing by…

Former GCHQ chief slams bid for blanket ban on Chinese tech

17 February 2019 in Technology Regulation

A former director of Government Communications Headquarters, Britain's top spy agency, says statements that using any Chinese technology in any…

VIDEO: Samsung unveils Bixby 2.0 and DeX-enabled Galaxy Tab S5e, its new Android 9 tablet

16 February 2019 in Home Tech

Said to be "built for connectivity and entertainment", Samsung boasts its new Galaxy Tab S5e "packs smart features into a…

US bid to push Europe on Huawei ban meets resistance

15 February 2019 in Technology Regulation

The US is facing resistance from European countries it considers allies as it tries to convince them not to use…

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Alcatel rings bell for independent audit of industry smartphone sales

19 February 2019 in Telecoms & NBN

Australia's no.3 smartphone seller, according to IDC stats, is Alcatel, and it has challenged the industry for "greater accountability as…

VIDEO: Telstra launches 3rd-gen Telstra TV with volume buttons, voice control and no lock-in broadband

19 February 2019 in Home Tech

Next week Telstra will launch its nicely improved new 3rd-gen Telstra TV streaming player and new Home Broadband plans with…

Alipay Australia spend by Chinese tourists more than doubles

19 February 2019 in Enterprise Solutions

Chinese online payment platform Alipay has released statistics for the Lunar New Year period showing how much Chinese tourists to…

Venafi offers grants to local developers

19 February 2019 in Security

Venafi would like to see Australian and New Zealand developers benefit from its Machine Identity Protection Fund.

AIIA raps govt over not passing encryption law amendments

19 February 2019 in Government Tech Policy

The Australian Information Industry Association has expressed disappointment that amendments proposed to the encryption law were not passed by Parliament…

New Zealand says will make own decision on Huawei

19 February 2019 in Government Tech Policy

New Zealand says it will carry out its own risk-assessment to make a final decision on whether to use equipment…

Beam gets sixth order for portable voice and data satellite devices

19 February 2019 in Business Telecommunications

ASX-listed Beam Communications says it has received a new order for 5000 of its portable voice and data satellite devices,…

Lakeba chief Porcelli appointed to Mobecom strategy role

19 February 2019 in People Moves

The chief executive and founder of technology innovator Lakeba Group, Giuseppe Porcelli, has been appointed as the chief strategy officer…

Eight apps in Microsoft store mine for monero

18 February 2019 in Security

Security firm Symantec says it has found eight apps in Microsoft's app store that mine the cryptocurrency monero surreptitiously and…

Vodafone offers incentives for those who take up 100Mbps plans

18 February 2019 in Telecoms & NBN

Vodafone Hutchison Australia is offering customers who sign for its 100Mpbs NBN plan a Vodafone TV and a Google Home…

Dekker heads up Cubic Consulting

18 February 2019 in People Moves

FTS Group company Cubic Consulting has appointed David Dekker as its chief executive.

Singapore Airlines says no plans to use video cams on-board

18 February 2019 in Security

Singapore Airlines has said it does not plan to use video cameras, that are part of its newer inflight entertainment…

SendPro+ simplifies small business shipping

18 February 2019 in Business Software

Pitney Bowes has launched SendPro+, its "complete office sending solution" for small businesses.

LMW property valuation data was on Web for 10 days

18 February 2019 in Security

Customer data that leaked from property valuation firm LandMark White, which is now known as LMW, was available on the…

LIVE STREAM: World Wide Web turns 30 on 12 March, Tim Berners-Lee to speak

17 February 2019 in Development

The Web Foundation and the Science Museum in the UK are celebrating the 30th birthday of the World Wide Web,…

Symantec Email Fraud Protection automates DMARC defence

15 February 2019 in Security

Symantec Email Fraud Protection is designed to help organisations automatically prevent fraudulent emails from being delivered.

FBI evidence to remain in UK researcher's case

15 February 2019 in Security

A bid by British security researcher Marcus Hutchins, to get a court to ignore comments he made to FBI officials…

Google ramps up US data centre expansion

15 February 2019 in Strategy

Internet search giant Google is expanding its US data centre network, spending US$13 billion on new data centres and office…


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