Supratim Adhikari

The hard work for the telcos begins now

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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.

Adobe launches 'Document Cloud'

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Software giant unveils the third major piece of its cloud strategy, the Adobe Document Cloud, an offering that it says will revolutionise how users work with documents.

Telstra sets timeline for 4G wholesale service

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Telco aims to make its 4G mobile service open to wholesale access by June next year.

Coalition’s metadata laws one step closer to fruition

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Malcolm Turnbull brokers a compromise on protecting journalists and whistleblowers while telcos are left fuming on implementation costs.

Australian SMEs in need of 'cultural revolution': Microsoft

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Australian small and medium-sized businesses hamstrung by rigid workplace culture.

Telcos press Coalition on metadata costs

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Industry worried the government is seeking to ram the legislation through parliament without providing clarity on its contribution to overall impelmentation costs.

NBN Co spells out Fibre-on-Demand costs

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NBN Co has released the details on how much it will cost those interested in switching from Fibre-to-the-Node technology to Fibre-to-the-Home.

TPG-iiNet will be Telstra's biggest foe

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The long awaited move by TPG Telecom to acquire iiNet is the culmination of a consolidation merry-go-round in the telco sector, but can TPG make it work?

NBN Co promises fibre speeds on HFC networks

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NBN Co formally commits to utilising DOCSIS 3.1 technology to energise the HFC cables bought from Telstra and Optus.

Netflix picks Optus as streaming partner

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Optus to give new and existing customers a free six-month subscription to the popular streaming service.

Apple Watch ticks the boxes

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Apple Watch may be a great smartwatch but it’s not a revolutionary product, not yet anyway.

Hockey's Intergenerational Report half-hearted on technology: ACS

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Australian Computer Society bemoans report's failure to address the critical issue of how to provide the appropriate digital skills to the Australian workforce.

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.

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