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EU launches new trade dispute with US

by AFP
Subsidies for Boeing's new 777X jet program at centre of dispute.

Telstra, HP urge better cyber security awareness

Latest reports urge Australian businesses to be more vigilant when it comes to protecting their network assets.

Optus boosts Microsoft focus with latest buy

Optus Business buys Microsoft’s 2014 Australian partner of the year Ensyst for $13 million.

Equinix, IBM in hybrid cloud collaboration

Neutral co-location cloud provider finalises deal with IBM to offer its SoftLayer cloud subsidiary in data centres worldwide.

The Australian streaming market in 2015 – the battle lines are drawn

With new local video services preparing to battle streaming giant Netflix, it finally looks safe to declare 2015 Australia's Year of Subscription Video.

Amaysim forges 4G path with Optus

MVNO to offer 4G services on Optus' network from Easter next year.

Getting your holiday retail plan right

Outdated retail forecasting and analytic systems are preventing retailers from capitalising sales during the busiest times of the year.

Telstra designs new deal for NBN

Telco set to pick up over 50 per cent of NBN's planning and design work.

ACCAN wants to help fix your mobile coverage black spot

Consumer advocacy group releases a mobile coverage community consultation guide to help towns better address coverage issues.

Telco complaints fall to seven year low

Telcos have received their lowest number of complaints in seven years, according to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman.

Samsung eyes its own version of Apple Pay

Could a new payment function be in store for the next Samsung Galaxy smartphone?

First look: The BlackBerry Classic

BlackBerry is trying to win back customers with a new smartphone that harkens back to its traditional design hallmarks: a keyboard, a track pad and a row of home keys.

'Wishful thinking and misinformation': An open letter to nuclear lobbyists

Nuclear lobbyists have launched another push for the power source to play a role in addressing climate change, recruiting conservation scientists to the cause. But again they fail on several fronts to address the proliferation threat.

Fare game - Uber's not going anywhere

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Everyone has an opinion about Uber but good, bad, or illegal, the ride sharing app's challenge to the taxi industry is welcome.

Telcos combine for trans-Tasman cable

by AAP
Spark, Vodafone, Telstra to spend $US70m building a new trans-Tasman telecommunications cable.

Why Lowe's is so patient with Masters' growing pains

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The home improvement chain has been a big disappointment to date, but Australia's obsession with renovating means there's plenty of opportunity for growth.

EU to widen corporate tax deals probe

Commission seeks list of all companies that received a tax ruling from 2010 to 2013.

Tesla Model S to talk thanks to Telstra

Telstra has signed a deal with electric car maker Tesla that will see it provide machine-to-machine capabilities for the Model S in Australia.

New technology to zero in on emergency calls

Latest collaboration between telcos and emergency services to see triple-zero callers have their location data automatically sent to authorities.

Magento, eWay talk shop in new deal

The 240,000 or so merchants on eBay-owned software platform to gain access to Australian payments provider's services.

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