With the partnership billed as signalling "new generation digital foundations for Australian businesses", Microsoft will help Telstra set up "one of Australia’s largest digital twins", with emissions reduction initiatives, and the continued driving of digitally transformative operational models.
Ever since Vodafone was first to introduce unlimited data capped at 1.5Mbps speeds once the full speed data allocation was used up, followed by Telstra, I've long predicted that a telco would have to increase these capped speeds - and Vodafone is the first to do just that.
Smartphone launching season is well and truly upon us, as every major smartphone maker knows Apple prepares its iPhone 12 onslaught and wants to put their best tech forward to catch all the sales that won't go to Apple, with the Galaxy S20 FE putting its best foot forward in the hope of beating the iPhone 12 at this price point
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