Telstra has kicked off a controversial network management trial in Victoria, eight months after the telco announced it would trial peer-to-peer throttling.
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The National Broadband Network, Australia's largest infrastructure project, is set for a shake-up as Tony Abbott slots into the top job.
Australia has finally beaten Mongolia in download internet speeds, according to the Net Index by Speedtest.net.
Telstra is facing a patent infringement lawsuit from British company Upaid. Upaid, which holds patents for "certain foundational technologies underlying the majority of modern mobile commerce systems’ implementations" according to the company, has issued proceedings in the Australian Federal Court for alleged infringements of two patents.
iiNet has entered into an agreement to acquire Adam Internet for $60 million in cash following Telstra's announcement that it had not received approval from the competition regulator in time for its planned acquisition of the independent ISP to go ahead.
NSW Police is asking the public for their feedback for an online app that will allow the community to report “lesser” crimes.
Optus has switched on 25 new 4G sites in Adelaide and completed a major 3G expansion in the city, including upgrading 150 3G mobile sites.
Demand from providers for IPv6 services on the National Broadband Network (NBN) has been low, according to Tom Sykes from NBN Co.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is taking online group buying website Scoopon to court for allegedly engaging in misleading and deceptive conduct.
The Wikileaks Party has been approved for registration in the federal election by the Australian Electoral Commission.
The ABC has updated its Android app following a surge in demand on the smartphones over the past 12 months.
A UNSW-led initiative between scientists and education experts has received a $1.64 million grant to help educate high school students about science.
Anthony Albanese is likely to bring a less bullish approach to the NBN portfolio than his predecessor, Senator Stephen Conroy, in the lead-up to the federal election, according to political commentator Nick Economou.
Stephen Conroy has been called a dalek, arrogant and a bully, but his achievements during his time as communications minister have also been lauded by some in the telco industry.
Telstra has invested US$18.3 million in Kony Solutions, a mobile application development company, for a stake in the business.