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Virgin Mobile unveils data rollover offering

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Telco to let consumers on Postpaid mobile plans roll unused data from their monthly allowance over into the next month.

Netflix takes it on the chin on net neutrality

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Netflix has long been seen as a champion for net neutrality but the US streaming giant has decided against rocking the boat on the issue in Australia, and with good reason.

Netflix to launch Australian service on March 24

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Perth ISP iiNet's customers in for a special treat as US streaming giant confirms launch date.

Samsung's answer to the iPhone 6 looks a lot like the iPhone 6

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The Galaxy S5 was a dud and Samsung simply cannot afford a repeat performance with the S6. However, giving the flagship a cosmetic overhaul could be a double-edged sword for the South Korean giant.

Telstra gets cracking on 5G

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Telstra is teaming up with Ericsson to lay down the foundations of its 5G strategy, but the immediate focus remains on boosting its 4G network.

NBN Co to turbocharge HFC networks

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US-based ARRIS Group picked to bring the cable networks, bought from Telstra and Optus, up to speed.

Telstra sticks to the script with Penn

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Telstra’s incoming boss Andrew Penn has reiterated that there will be no substantial change in direction for the telco after the departure of current CEO David Thodey in May.

Vocus beefs up capacity on Southern Cross Cable

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Listed telco to spend $US58.5 million to boost existing capacity by close to 10 times when fully allocated.

TPG revives FTTB plan

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Telco relists a single FTTB + home phone bundle for $70 a month for new customers.

Vodafone still slugging customers for 1800 calls

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Vodafone one of a group of 12 service providers that have missed the January 1 deadline to make mobile calls to 1800 numbers free for customers.

The Apple Watch: What is it good for?

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When you have $US178 billion in the bank, you can pretty much do whatever you want. But let's see if Apple can sell the Apple Watch before we start talking about the Apple Car.

People analytics in the wearable world

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Smartphones may be dime a dozen these days but it’s the role they are going to play in the evolving world of ‘wearables, hearables and nearables,’ that bears consideration.

Taxi industry slams Uber's 20,000 jobs stunt

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Australian Taxi Industry Association boss warns US disruptor is taking our politicians for a ride.

Netflix partners with Fetch TV to broaden reach

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Fetch TV becomes the first Australian pay-TV operator to integrate the US streaming giant’s app on its platform.

iiNet eyes influence in an "Internet of Everything" world

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Perth-based service provider becomes the first Australian ISP to join the AllSeen Alliance.

NSW government opens up the cloud market for agencies

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State government forges ahead with its cloud agenda, with agencies gaining access to a range of new cloud-based services.

Is Uber the next taxi monopoly?

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Uber has money to burn, a combative attitude and is happy to parley on regulation, but only on its own terms.

Kounta gears up for US conquest

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Australian cloud point of sale start-up Kounta has opened its door in ‘Silicon Valley’, says the US market is ripe for disruption.

BitTorrent ready to unleash original content

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Peer-to-peer file sharing outfit seals alliance with Rapid Eye Studios to "identify, produce, and distribute original video" aimed at young adults.

Telstra not ready to scrap T-Box

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Telstra boss David Thodey says ditching the set-top box in favour of Foxtel’s iQ3 is not the right way to go.

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