Supratim Adhikari

Apple rules the roost with a rampant iPhone 6

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Apple has posted the biggest quarterly earnings of any company ever. But is it just a one-time sugar rush for the tech giant?

Telstra's NBN migration plan gets the green light

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Telco given all clear by the Coalition government to lodge its revised migration plan with the ACCC.

Telstra readies T-Box replacement

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Telco reportedly working on a low-cost unit that will stream free content from BigPond Movies and Presto, but no room for Netflix.

Watchdogs and metadata: Brandis' data retention rush foments dissent

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The mandatory data retention regime fight is about to be joined in earnest this week and Attorney-General George Brandis best be prepared for a tussle.

Microsoft goes for broke with Windows 10

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Microsoft’s Windows 10 should be able to convince enterprises and consumers to upgrade from Windows 7 but it's not enough to resuscitate the software giant's ambitions in the mobile space.

Telcos rail against rushed metadata costing

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Industry warns final costs of implementing the regime could be inaccurate given how little time service providers were given to submit their evaluation.

Facebook's economic credentials need a grain of salt

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The social media giant claims it plays a significant role in driving global economic activity but key questions remain.

Telstra unleashes 100Gbps service on submarine cables

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Telco looks to deliver the connectivity and capacity needed to support market demand for larger bandwidth applications, including HD video and UHD TV.

Telstra turns on real-time video content management

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Telco showcases its video services capability with the launch of its IP-based professional video delivery platform Global Media Switch.

The unintended consequence of NBN Co's FTTB lifeline

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NBN Co's new found confidence in connecting apartments to the NBN owes a lot to Malcolm Turnbull's carrier licence condition gambit. However, the telco industry isn't entirely pleased with the minister.

Peoplebank snapped up by Japanese giant

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Australia's largest IT and specialist recruiting firm, Peoplebank, has been acquired by Recruit Holdings for a reported price tag for more than $70 million.

Samsung puts an offer on the table for BlackBerry

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South Korean giant has reportedly offered up to $US7.5 billion to buy BlackBerry, with the Canadian company's patent portfolio the key prize.

IBM touts its monster mainframe

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It’s about the size of an extra-large refrigerator, cost $US1 billion to make and according to IBM, the most powerful and sophisticated computer ever built.

Cricket Australia locks in Apple TV deal

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Deal will reportedly see the creation of a Cricket Australia channel that will showcase match highlights, player interviews and historic matches.

IBM accused of deliberate deception on payroll fiasco: report

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Legal stoush between the Queensland government and IBM set to be a bruising affair, with IT giant accused of overselling its capabilities and pushing through with an inadequate solution.

Urbanspoon brand dissolved

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Popular restaurant review and recommendations service acquired by India-based online restaurant delivery service Zomato.

Netflix Australia open for business on March 31: report

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US streaming service likely to reveal a three-tiered pricing system with entry-level service set to cost $9.99.

The Art of War: Military lessons for IT security

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We hear a lot about threats, we hear a lot of advice from vendors but just how do today’s CSO’s synthesise the complex threat environment?

IBM Australia appoints new MD

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IBM Australia and New Zealand has a new managing director, with Kerry Purcell to come in as the full-time replacement for Andrew Stevens.

TPG suspends fibre-to-the-basement product

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Telco puts its FTTB offering on ice as it navigates new regulatory framework put forward by the government. Shares slump four per cent.

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