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For many years Apple has been ahead of the curve when it comes to new computing technologies. It was the first to adopt the mini…
Armed with a report from respected consultancy Analysys Mason The Coalition has delivered another attack on the Government's broadband policy but its arguments don't always…
Friday, 15 June 2012 14:42

The future is wireless...with lots of fibre

Shadow treasurer Joe Hockey's careless comments about the supposed 'superiority' of LTE wireless over FTTH have put a blowtorch to the ever-smouldering debate about fibre…
Telstra has ruled out - in the short term - boosting returns to shareholders by either an on market share buyback of an increase in…
The latest research into the possible biological effects of cellphone radiation has demonstrated changes in brains of mice in the womb. Naturally the industry has…
Tuesday, 29 November 2011 15:36

Talk of mobile number scarcity greatly exaggerated

The ACMA yesterday released its proposals for major changes to all aspects of telephone numbering in both the short (12 month) and medium (five year)…
Thursday, 24 November 2011 15:14

BigPond Cable upgrade - don't mention the speed

Telstra has just announced plans to upgrade its HFC network in Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney and Perth to support download speeds of up to…
Is the Coalition getting desperate to find ways to attack the NBN? The latest assaults from its chief protagonists Malcolm Turnbull and Paul Fletcher certainly…
A forthcoming announcement by Optus and Motorola of a new smartphone hints at some intriguing possibilities.
4G is a much misused terminology in the world of cellular communications, but US telco AT&T and Apple are bolding taking the definition of 4G…




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