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Ok, so the creative renaming of the ACCC is my idea, and not Adderton’s, but Peter has done the sums, and clearly, the communications competition conundrum isn’t adding up - why were there no consumer protections put in when the TPG and Vodafone merger was approved?

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The Communications Alliance says it has welcomed the ACMA's NBN Service Migration Determination published today and is "pleased that the AMCA took on board a range of industry's suggestions".

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The CCC says the ACCC's draft report "is a significant milestone in shaping appropriate future regulation of the rapidly changing telecoms and communications sector."

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Android fragmentation and Google’s “increasingly mute voice” are reasons why the latter company needs to “raise the stakes and engage with manufacturers”, according to Dr John Baptista.

Published in Deals
Wednesday, 29 March 2017 15:14

Why we need Intel Optane

Intel’s epoch-making announcement of the new Optane 3D XPoint (pronounced crosspoint) memory includes its use as a type of SSD that can also be used as RAM.

Published in ShawThing
Monday, 13 February 2017 09:06

More connections equal an explosion of big data

Machine learning is no longer the sole preserve of data scientists and the ability to apply machine learning to vast amounts of data is greatly increasing its importance and wider adoption, according to a big data specialist.

Published in Business Intelligence
Wednesday, 31 December 2014 00:22

2014 was the year of Apple: AppleInsider

Daniel Eran Dilger, the spot-on Editorial writer at AppleInsider, has called it: journalists were wrong about Apple in 2013, 2014 was Apple’s year, and 2015 will be Apple’s crunchiest yet.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Friday, 28 June 2013 07:07

Conroy's departure leaves big shoes to fill

Wednesday's Labor leadership shakeup claimed a Prime Minister but it also claimed the head of the biggest infrastructure project in the nation's history, Senator Stephen Conroy.

Published in People Moves

Two telecommunications consultants, brothers Robert & Charles Kenny, have released a study arguing that the evidence to support government-subsidised FTTH networks is "surprisingly weak," and that there are "several errors that are made repeatedly when making the case for FTTH."

Published in Government Tech Policy




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