NBN Co today connected a 36-storey apartment building in Australia to the NBN, the largest multi-dwelling unit (MDU) to be connected so far.
The blocking of 1200 legal websites by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission has sparked calls for the federal goverment to reveal who it's censoring, and why.
When is a free TV not a free TV? When you get it from Foxtel. It is called Pay TV, after all.
OPINION The Budget has delivered just what Malcolm Turnbull and the Federal Opposition wanted – a reduction in spending on the NBN. But they say this is a Bad Thing.
As the implications of the Federal Budget sink in, reaction from the ICT industry is varied. The consensus is that – like the curate’s egg – it is good in parts.
Greens communication spokesperson Scott Ludlam has tonight taken to social media site Reddit for a revealing 'Ask Me Anything' Q&A session.
It may well be Wayne Swan's last budget but that didn't stop social media from lighting up during the budget announcement last night.
There were a number of ICT related items in last night’s Federal Budget. The NBN was untouched, and Stephen Conroy’s Internet filter is no more.
CeBIT attendees are set to get a taste of the country with the region set to be heavily represented at the upcoming Sydney tech summit.
US political fact checking site Politifact is now in Australia. It finds PM Gillard has been economical with the truth in saying it will cost $5000 to connect to fibre under the Coalition.
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