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Modern tractors, harvesters and other agricultural machinery use complex computerised systems that involve embedded software and specific tools and parts, and the competition regulator the ACCC says purchasers of the machinery would benefit from more independent competition in servicing and repair markets.

Published in Technology Regulation

Australia’s telecoms industry association, the Telecommunications Society (TelSoc), has raised serious concerns over the planned sacking of hundreds of employees by NBN Co, describing the move as a “misstep” by the company.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

ACCAN, the consumer group representing telecommunications consumers, says more needs to be done to recognise the impact of unreliable telco services on consumers.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Retailer Target has admitted to the competition watchdog, the ACCC, that it may have breached Australian Consumer Law by making false or misleading representations in its dealings with customers who purchased faulty Sony PlayStations.

Published in Hardware

The CEPU Communications Union claims homes and businesses across Australia suffered from faults without technician support or repairs and missed installations due to a meltdown on Thursday of Telstra’s internal job allocation system that controls sending workers and contractors to a job.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 20 November 2018 12:06

Why Apple is on a slow death spiral

In August 2018, Apple stock hit an all time high of US$233.47; today it is 20% lower and it is unlikely to reach its August peak ever again. Why? In a nutshell, Apple is no longer an innovator.

Published in Beerfiles

Retina MacBook and MacBook Pro owners will be relieved to hear that Apple has finally agreed to come to the party and fix screens with substandard anti-glare layers.

Published in Hardware
Thursday, 21 May 2015 14:08

Dodgy iParts for iPhone etc.

Ever wondered why it costs over $100 to get a new iPhone glass screen replaced. I did and spoke to a local repairer who perhaps gave a little too much information away.

Published in Mobility
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