Telecommunication

iiNet shareholders accept TPG offer

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Telco shareholders vote strongly in favour of proposed $1.6bn offer from rival TPG.

iiNet meeting accepts TPG offer

by AAP
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Shareholders vote in favour of TPG's proposed $1.6 billion takeover offer.

NBN spruiks hiring spree

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The company building the National Broadband Network set to increase its headcount by more than a third over the next 18 months.

D-Day for TPG-iiNet takeover

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Takeover target's shareholders set to have their say on TPG's $1.56 billion offer.

The Coalition's latest assault on telcos

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The Coalition government’s proposed national security amendment to the Telecommunications Act is an ill-conceived exercise that once again threatens to impose onerous conditions on the telecommunications industry.

Virgin Mobile goes the whole hog on data

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Telco to offer both double data and data rollover to customers who switch networks or upgrade their plan.

BlackBerry showcases medical hack on stage

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A hacking demonstration , conducted by BlackBerry, has shown how a terrorist could access an infusion pump inside a hospital and deliver a lethal morphine dose to a patient.

Samsung still the top smartphone seller

by AFP
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South Korean giant remains the top global smartphone vendor in the second quarter despite slowing sales

NBN network design dissected

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Forced to utilise a lowest cost rollout approach the company building the NBN finds itself adopting technologies and a network design that will be outdated even before the rollout is completed.

Samsung holds top smartphone spot

by AFP
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Samsung remains top global smartphone vendor despite strong challenge from Apple.

Telcos hit out at Telstra defence

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Rivals slam Department of Communications' intervention into ACCC review of wholesale prices.

NBN wins Optus deal approval

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ACCC gives preliminary clearance for NBN $800m deal to buy and upgrade Optus cable network.

NBN wins approval for Optus deal

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Competition watchdog grants preliminary approval to NBN’s $800 million deal to buy and upgrade Optus’s cable network.

BlackBerry acquires crisis communications provider AtHoc

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BlackBerry has acquired a major crisis security communications provider used by the US Department of Defence.

NBN regulation keeps getting messier

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Department of Communications follows through on Malcolm Turnbull's threat to the ACCC, warning it against rocking the boat on access pricing.

Copyright pirates still at large: study

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Despite a growing crop of legal streaming services like Netflix, nearly half of Australian consumers recently downloaded pirated movies and TV shows.

Hackers hijack a Jeep

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Two hackers from the Midwest take control of a Jeep Cherokee’s air conditioning, stereo and engine from a laptop many miles away

Apple's quarterly profit jumps 38%

by AAP
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Strong iPhone sales boost the tech giant's quarterlly results, but numbers fall short of expectations.

Vodafone Australia still in the red

by AAP
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Mobile operator posts a half year loss despite growth in customer numbers and revenue.

Huawei H1 revenue up 30pct

by AFP
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Chinese telecoms equipment giant Huawei's revenue for the first half is up 30 per cent on the previous corresponding period.

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