2018 Telstra Business Awards nominations now open, so nominate!

Want to be "that" company that wins in the 2018 Telstra Business Awards? Well, to win it, you have to be in it, so nominate your business and others worthy of an award, and help grow your business!

Enhanced telco competition main focus for NZ Commerce Commission study

New Zealand’s competition enforcement and regulatory agency The Commerce Commission, is resuming a study to consider what, if any, changes are needed to the telecommunications sector to better promote competition.

Many premises cannot even attain minimum NBN speeds: claim

The Australian Labor Party has questioned whether the government has referred the problem of some NBN users being unable to obtain the maximum possible speeds currently available from retain service providers — 100/40Mbps — to the competition watchdog or not.

NZ leg of Hawaiki Cable underway as halfway point reached

Hawaiki Cable and TE SubCom, a TE Connectivity company, have announced that more than half of the 15,000km of undersea fibre-optic cable that comprises the Hawaiki trans-Pacific cable system has been implemented.

Facebook reveals the six Messenger trends to watch in 2018

Facebook's head of Messenger, David Marcus, has listed some predictions on "what’s to come for messaging after a momentous 2017, including hitting 1.3 billion people using Messenger monthly and 13 million just in Australia".

Domino’s links with Amazon Echo on new ordering system

The Domino’s Pizza chain of pizza stores has launched a new customer ordering system using Amazon Echo’s Alexa cloud-based voice service.

NAB's new amazing banking skill: 'Alexa, ask NAB if I’ve been paid'

If you're a NAB customer, you can nab yourself the Alexa word and "perform tasks such as requesting their account balance or getting details on their latest deposits".

Greens critical of govt response to NBN panel report

The Coalition Government's response to the NBN Joint Standing Committee report shows how "clueless and careless" it is about the need for a proper broadband network which can be used for business, study, work and everyday tasks, the Australian Greens claim.

Industry folk unfazed by wild swings in cryptocurrency value

The dramatic swing in the value of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies may have many people and governments worried, but companies that are part of the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry are unperturbed, with one describing it as "just another day in the markets".

Apple to repatriate overseas cash stash, invest heavily in US

Apple will pay taxes of about US$38 billion in order to repatriate the US$246 billion in cash it holds overseas, the company said in a statement on Wednesday.

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