People Telecom will issue refunds to customers who were signed up by its door-to-door sales and telemarketers as part of a legal undertaking by the Australian Competition and Consumer and Commission (ACCC).
Stories by Darren Pauli
The communications watchdog has filed a Federal Court action against telco GoTalk for alleged breaches of the Do Not Call Register Act.
The day in the IT shop of insurance company, Australian Unity, begins with a scrum.
Millions of people in developing countries could receive access to free or low-cost telephony services thanks to a new locally-developed wireless mesh network.
Australia’s software market is bouncing back, but analysts say growth will be slow for at least the next three years.
Exetel will stop blocking customer accounts linked to copyright infringement as a result of last week's failed lawsuit against Internet Service Provider (ISP) iiNet.
Desperate companies are buying off data thieves and extortionists to recover stolen data, according to experts. They claim it is “common” for some businesses operating in Australia to pay ransoms to hackers and disgruntled employees to re-secure sensitive information or prevent illicit corporate activities from becoming public.
Communications Minister Stephen Conroy's office has kept tight-lipped about possible legislative changes to telecommunications and copyright law in the wake of iiNet's victory in the Federal Court today.
The Twitter account linked to the NSW Premier Kristina Keneally has been compromised, revealing the state government was "open to donations" following the denial of bribery allegations of a Labor official.
Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are waiting with bated breath as Justice Cowdroy is poised to hand down judgment on the legal wrangling between Perth-based iiNet and the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) in the Federal Court in Sydney.
The upcoming first person shooter Metro 2033 will hit Australian shores 18 March, THQ announced today. The game will be released 48 hours after its US launch and is available on PC and Xbox 360.
Australians will have to wait for the newly-hatched Twitter Local Trends feature - which went live overnight - to come down under.
Over 120 technical staff and stage managers are gearing up to present a cacophony of sound, lights and fireworks over Sydney's Darling Harbour to celebrate Australia Day.
Mainland Australia’s regional broadband traffic will be carried over Alcatel-Lucent’s optical fibre network as part of a $250 million initiative to link blackspot areas to major centres.
The length of handset repair warranties could more than double if the industry regulator acts on its contention that warranties should extend to the life of service contracts.