Communications minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced the first instalment of the new look NBN Co, with the board to be chaired by former Telstra CEO Ziggy Switkowski.
Malcolm Turnbull's 'blue book' - his full briefing on the communications portfolio - could soon be in the public arena thanks to a new crowdfunding campaign.
The former Minister Assisting for the Digital Economy Kate Lundy has slammed Tony Abbott's technology portfolio, describing it as a "retrograde step" after he cut the scope of the government's communications ministry.
An online petition calling on the incoming Federal Government to reconsider their preference for a FTTN NBN has attracted nearly 200,000 signatures.
The Coalition has dropped a policy bombshell on the eve of the election, announcing it will implement an opt-out Internet filter if it wins government. Then within hours the leader of the Opposition and the Shadow Broadband Minister hastily retracted the proposed policy.
New research is showing the Government's NBN plan could save households thousands of dollars by 2020 through better productivity, cheaper communication and reduced travel costs.
Some might think this election's been a bore but social media users disagree, lighting up Facebook and Twitter with Rudd and Abbott banter.
The Coalition today released its national ICT plan, ahead of the election it is widely expected to win on 7 September.
Digital rights lobby group Electronic Frontiers Australia today released an election scorecard rating a number of national political parties on a range of policies relating to digital rights.
Labor's attack on Tony Abbott's 'fraudband' policy has heated up, with a new advertisement showing some unimpressed reactions to the alternative NBN plan around the world.
A new tool is finally pointing out the key differences between the Labor and Coalition NBN plans - and it seems to be well and truly clicking with voters.
On early results, it seems that the new Australian Federal Parliament will have around 72 or 73 seats for each of the two major parties and the remaining 5 seats spread across independents and The Greens. Where does this leave tech in Australia?
Electronic Frontiers Australia has welcomed remarks made by Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey concerning proposed mandatory Internet filtering.
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