Supratim Adhikari

MyGov portal open to business by 2016

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The Coalition government’s myGov digital mail platform is set to be expanded to businesses from next year.

Telcos left holding the bag on data retention

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The Abbott government’s $450 million spend on the national security front once again sees the telecommunications industry play second fiddle to the intelligence agencies.

Abbott pours money into Turnbull's Digital Transformation Office

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The Abbott government’s digital transformation agenda has received a shot in the arm in the 2015 budget.

Tablet sales continue downward spiral: Telsyte

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A resurgent iPhone 6 and the wider influx of wearable devices continues to extract a toll on tablet sales.

iiNet battle gets interesting

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TPG Telecom's push to snare iiNet has hit a snag but does Melbourne-based M2 Group have the wherewithal to fend off a response from TPG or Optus?

NBN Co aims to double wireless speeds

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Latest pilot program designed to deliver increased wholesale download speeds of between 25-50Mbps to users on current highest speed tier.

The $22bn telecom mega-merger

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The marriage of Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent, both hoping to resuscitate their respective fortunes, promises to shake up the market.

Telstra to decommission Pacnet brand

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Telco completes its $697 million acquisition of the Asian telecommunications and services provider.

Kogan.com scores Qantas Frequent Flyer deal

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Online retailer to let shoppers earn points for every dollar spent on its platform.

M2 Group snaps up Call Plus

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Melbourne-based telco to pay $245 million for NZ's third biggest ISP.

Telcos submit online piracy code

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Industry says the new code has sufficient safeguards to protect the privacy of internet users and gives them the opportunity to contest allegations.

Telstra's muru-D forges Trans-Tasman connection

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Telstra’s start-up accelerator partners with New Zealand-based innovation hub Icehouse to connect aspiring start-ups with Kiwi investors and mentors.

Taxi industry slams Harper Review

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The Australian Taxi Industry Association says review's recommendation on deregulation and making ride-sharing services legal is based on faulty logic.

NBN Co adds another 550,000 premises to rollout schedule

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Latest addition puts NBN Co in line to connect almost four million premises to the NBN by September 2017.

NBN Co's FTTB service now up and running

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Fibre-to-the-Building product launched officialy with around 2,000 premises now able to connect to the service.

Full fibre NBN deployment costs artificially inflated: NBN Co critic

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The cost of rolling out a fibre-to-the-premises NBN may not be as high as that posited by the Coalition government, according to University of Melbourne's emeritus professor Rod Tucker.

Metadata and telcos: Get ready for casualties

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The Coalition's controversial data retention legislation has sailed through the parliament, and the telco industry has little time to reflect on its futile attempts to get clarity from Brandis & co.

Hackett's FTTN aversion: a weapon for NBN Co critics

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NBN Co director Simon Hackett's comments on the use of Fibre-to-the-Node (FTTN) tech for the NBN gives Malcolm Turnbull's critics useful ammunition.

What next for iiNet?

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The proposed merger of TPG Telecom and iiNet was always going to lead to discontent. Even if TPG's $1.4 billion bid is thwarted, iiNet is never going to be the same again.

Netflix pricing revealed

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Netflix looks to undercut competition with entry-level price of $8.99 as Foxtel's ups the ante against the US streaming giant.

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