Business intelligence and data visualisation firm Qlik has developed a Web application for rugby fans to follow the progress of the teams they support at the ongoing Rugby World Cup and also look back at historical data when needed.
Optus will offer a free service to all athletes at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, allowing them to speak to family and friends around the world via Wi-Fi and instore tablets at its store in the athletes' village.
While many Australians continue to lament the long overdue arrival of the NBN to their neighbourhood, spare a thought for the poor folk living in a village in the South West of England who have been told they have to dig their own trenches if they want fast broadband.
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