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Vodafone revamps pre-paid plans

Telco lays down the sweeteners with a temporary offer of unlimited calls to 10 international destinations and doubling the data on offer.

Telstra's T-Box might get the chop

Telco's IPTV set-top device is reportedly on the cusp of being phased out completely, with the product to be scrapped in favour of Foxtel’s iQ3.

PayPal spells out the blueprint for aspiring start-ups

Industry heavyweight PayPal and its partner Braintree are looking to give eligible outfits in the payments space a helping hand through a joint start-up support program - Startup Blueprint.

Google to give budding start-ups a helping hand

Eligible start-ups to receive $100,000 in Cloud Platform credit, 24/7 support, access to Google’s technical solutions team.

Australia's data potential left unfulfilled

The local economy left behind $48 billion on the table last year because of its inability to fully leverage the potential of data-driven innovation, according to a new report.

Telstra ramps up its 4G play

Telco to light up its 4G network on New Year's Day with the roster of 4G 700-compatible devices set to be beefed up as the iPhone 6 and Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 come on board.

ACCC won't stop TPG's fibre-to-the-basement network

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Telco to keep rolling out its fibre to apartments unfettered but will have to functionally separate its wholesale and retail divisions as part of a new license arrangement.

NEC scores $150m defence deal

Japanese giant's Australian IT solutions and service division to consolidate the Department of Defence's 280 data centres around the country and overseas.

Australian M2M market to be worth $530m by 2019

Telcos gearing up to take advantage as the Internet of Things trend starts to make an impact in the local transport and logistic, healthcare and retail sectors.

Start-up turns iPhone 6 mania into marketing gold

The manic rush by consumers to get their hands on Apple’s latest phone cleverly harnessed by Sydney social commerce start-up Alphatise.

Telstra hits back at Optus' network switch play

It hasn’t taken long for Telstra to crash Optus' party with the telco matching its rival’s offer to encourage customers to walk away from their existing contracts.

Apple's killer appeal lies in meaningful innovation

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The iPhone 6 is here and for Apple, the two-hour presentation overnight wasn’t just about its latest batch of shiny toys -- but also about making a statement that it hasn’t lost its mojo.

The iPhone 6 to herald Apple's new revolution

The wait is almost over and the iPhone 6, the iWatch and even a golden iPad may just be the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Apple flexing its muscles as a key disruptor.

NBN Co tears faster, cheaper FTTP rollout claim to shreds

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NBN Co posts a fierce riposte against claims that a fibre-to-the-premises pilot project in Melton had shown how a full-fibre NBN could be delivered cost effectively.

Telcos unite to starve out online pirates

With the online piracy debate turning into a war of attrition between service providers and rights holders, the telecoms industry seeks ACCC approval to initiate a 'Follow the Money' strategy.

Optus targets exit fees for termination

Telco hopes to make the most of the iPhone 6 euphoria to steal market share from Telstra and Vodafone Australia.

iiNet picks up majority stake in Tech2 Group

Perth-based internet service provider keen to leverage the IT group’s capabilities to speed up NBN installs.

Freelancer launches Freemarket.com

Online job outsourcer leverages the assets of its recent acquisition Warrior Forum to good use with the launch of a new domain and website marketplace.

Foxtel cuts prices to keep competition at bay

Price of entry level plan cut from $49.50 to $25 a month, with the pay TV operator's anticipated "triple play" bundle of television, broadband and home phone set to be rolled out in the first quarter of 2015.

Turnbull seeks advice on smoother NBN migration

Coalition keen to fix the deficiencies highlighted in the copper to NBN migration process in the first 15 rollout areas, with some customers yet to be connected to the network.

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