Australia’s 'bush' communications group - the Rural Regional and Remote Communications Coalition (RRRCC) - has called for all sides of politics to support the passage through the Senate of The Telecommunications Reform Package legislation.
Malcolm Turnbull was the headline speaker on day one of StartCon 2019, with the full video recorded by StartCon, and the transcript produced by the Otter app, and editing by me to ensure it is accurate, and he certainly had a lot to say.
The Australian Greens political party has announced a "plan to fix NBN, protect digital rights and ensure our digitally-connected world is accessible", so what are the details?
In the past days, weeks, months, and years the mask has come off Google, the company that was once considered cool and benevolent, to reveal a festering, pus-filled pit of hypocrisy and corrupt values.
With my 4G smartphone able to offer vastly faster upload and download speeds than all NBN connections in existence today, and while the NBN says it does offer gigabit connections, when NBN Co wants you to ask "how much speed do you need?", it doesn't expect gigabit will be your answer.
Australia's Prime Minster Malcolm Turnbull looks set to lose his job tomorrow, and with the Huawei 5G ban arriving today too, might Huawei find the ban rescinded in the near future?
The question in the US today is whether Silicon Valley's biggest players need the same grilling usually reserved for Wall Street.
Digital transformation company Fronde has appointed former Tasmanian Premier and Science and Innovation Minister David Bartlett as company chairman.
Although the NBN’s privatisation is years or decades off yet, the deliverer of tele-health that will connect doctors to patients electronically will one day, unlike Medicare, be sold off.
As if Australian politics is not overwhelming enough, CNN News has released a data-driven app to see if the US will come up trumps! Of course, Apple users are the only ones interested!
With a federal election now set to be held in July, Internet Australia has issued a call to both the Government and the Opposition to put politics aside and agree on a bipartisan strategy for the National Broadband Network "in the national interest".
A new policy amendment by Youtube has cut advertising on videos that contain controversial news content, including videos that promote alternative political views. As a result, at least one popular alternative news media site with hundreds of thousands of subscribers has lost a major source of income. (Note this story has been updated with an official YouTube statement in the final paragraph)
Despite some softening of consumer and business confidence it won't stop many of Australia's small business owners from increasing employee wages and hiring new staff over the next 12 months.
UK customer relationship management and technology consulting company Hart Square settled on the world's most liveable city Melbourne for its Asia Pacific headquarters, creating 25 new jobs in the process.
The New South Wales Electoral Committee has selected Scytl Online Voting technology to support their iVote Core Voting System, enabling some voters to cast their vote online in 2015.
First Russian President Vladimir Putin said the Internet is a CIA front, and today it has been revealed that Chinese intelligence agencies had access to Australian politicians’ emails for up to a year after they hacked the parliamentary computer network in 2011.
Labor's vision for a fully fibre NBN is officially dead, buried and cremated as of today with the Abbott government announcing it has repealed the blueprints issued under the Labor government to build the National Broadband Network using fibre-to-the premise technology.
Victorian commuters will be able to get their Game of Thrones on during the daily commute, with free Wi-Fi on VLocity carriages on five V/Line services coming under a $40 million plan outlined by the Victorian government this morning.
Labor has announced it will launch legislation in the Senate today in a bid to keep its Fibre-to-the-Premise NBN rolling out in Tasmania.
So you've just finished season two of House of Cards. What next? House of Cards: Canberra, of course.
Thanks Sam! Best article I've read in a little while :)
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