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Telstra says roaming decision 'best outcome for customers'

Telstra has, unsurprisingly, welcomed the decision of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission not to declared mobile roaming.

FULL VIDEO + DEMO: Telstra TV 2 with free-to-air TV, 4K streaming support

There's still no on-remote volume control as yet, but Telstra's new Telstra TV 2 comes with a fresh new UI, universal search, content aggregation, free-to-air TV and plenty more.

Problems plague transition to NBN for Aussie households: survey

Over one million (45%) Australian households who have connected to the national broadband network experienced issues when transitioning across to the service, according to a newly published research report.

Google denies report on sharing revenue with publishers

Google has denied a report that it has developed plans to share a portion of its revenue with publishers.

Optus says ACCC decision not to declare roaming a clear win for regional communities

Vodafone's not happy, but Optus has welcomed the ACCC's decision not to mandate domestic roaming, saying it's a "clear win for regional communities".

The Internet is a utility. High time the govt realised that

The cost of NBN fibre connections to some residences in the country, published in The Australian this morning, serve to make the Coalition Government look good, at least temporarily.

Coulthard takes security lead at TDL

Following a restructure, IT solutions and managed services provider Thomas Duryea Logicalis has appointed Gavin Coulthard to the role of national security practice manager.

Vodafone says ACCC’s final roaming decision bad for regional Australia

Claiming "too many Australians to continue to miss out", Vodafone is not happy, Jan, over the ACCC's decision not to declare mobile roaming.

ACCC won't declare mobile roaming, still wants to improve regional mobile coverage

The ACCC reports deciding "not to declare domestic mobile roaming", but has "identified a range of regulatory and policy measures that could improve inadequate mobile phone coverage and poor quality of service in regional Australia".

Nextcloud to be available on 'free' smartphone

Purism, a company that has successfully raised money to build the first smartphone that uses free software, has said it will be partnering with file sync and share solution company Nextcloud to build encrypted storage products and services.

No profit 'unless govt protects NBN from competition'

In damage control mode again, this time ahead of an ABC programme apparently detailing more of the same issues with the NBN that have been widely publicised, NBN Co chief Bill Morrow has said that the network will never make a profit unless it is protected from competition.

New healthcare app helps claim private insurance benefit online

The National Australia Bank and tech start-up Medipass have launched a health app that enables consumers to locate a practitioner, obtain a quote, pay for consultation and claim private health insurance benefits.

Twitter to officially live stream 2017 Melbourne Cup Carnival

Twitter, Seven Network, and the Victoria Racing Club (VRC) have announced a deal to live stream the 2017 Emirates Melbourne Cup to an Australian and global audience, but only at certain times.

Iridium set for 4th launch of NEXT satellite

US-based satellite company Iridium is set to launch its fourth NEXT satellite on 22 December from the SpaceX site at Vandenberg Air Force Base.

Women get the jump on men in employment gains: study

An increasing number of women joining the workforce in Australia has led to larger gains for women across overall employment, full-time employment and also part-time employment, according to a newly published study.

HP ZBook X2: first and most powerful detachable PC workstation

With plenty of power allowing "artists, designers and digital imaging professionals to unleash the power of Adobe Creative Cloud and other professional applications", HP's ZBook x2 continues HP's "reinvention of detachable PCs".

FULL VIDEOS: 5G to enable 48% 'incremental revenue' for Aussie telcos by 2026

Ericsson's new report shows how 5G technologies will "enable new revenue opportunities for operators" with a "$13.5B operator addressable 5G digitalisation revenue potential in Australia in 2026".

LG U+, Huawei combine on 5G field test

LG U+ and Huawei have successfully completed "Dual-Connectivity" technology verification during a 5G field test in the South Korean capital of Seoul.

Optus boosts investment in 4G coverage for Bendigo

Optus is continuing to invest in its network and services in regional Australia with the latest investment in Bendigo in Victoria of $2.8 million aimed at improving 4G mobile coverage over the next 18 months.

Victoria trials first NBN connection using FttC technology

The national broadband network rollout, continually mired in political and public controversy over its multi-technology mix and speed variations and endless consumer complaints, now has its first activation of premises with Fibre-to-the-Curb (FttC) technology, heralded by NBN Co as a much cheaper technology delivering substantial cost savings.

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