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Planning for the eventual introduction of 5G in Australia is a key focus of the Australian Communications and Media Authority in an industry consultation paper it released on Friday and 3.6GHz spectrum figures strongly.


Nine of out 10 Australians would prefer to buy from Amazon if it keeps its promises on low prices, selection and fast delivery, a survey has found.

TPG Capital (not to be confused with the telecoms company) may team up with Vocus founder James Spenceley to examine a takeover of Vocus in the event that the equity firm's bid for Fairfax Media does not come off.

The head of a global technology services firm that has never availed itself of H-1B visas (the US equivalent of our now defunct 457 visas) says it does so because the H1-B is not in the best interest of foreign workers.

Microsoft will turn off the Server Message Block Version 1 (SMBv1) from its latest Insider early access build 16226 of Windows 10 beginning this autumn. SMBv1 is a decades-old protocol that WannaCry used to infect older systems.

WikiLeaks has released another set of documents from the CIA, revealing details of a project known as Brutal Kangaroo that targets closed Windows networks by jumping the air gap using thumb drives.


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