Supratim Adhikari

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.

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.

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