The Australian Labor Party has, predictably, slammed the Federal Government for avoiding any mention of what it calls "inconvenient metrics" in the NBN Co's first-quarter results which were announced on Monday.
Whenever a prime minister departs for good, there is talk of his or her legacy. And this time it is no different; in the case of Malcolm Turnbull, who was scythed down last week by right-wing ideologues in his own party, that talk has already begun. But Turnbull has little to show on the tech front, even though he has often been lauded as a politician who "gets tech".
Telecommunications consumers’ advocate, the Australian Communications Consumers Action Network and the Labor Opposition have welcomed the ACCC broadband monitoring report with both criticising shortfalls of ISPs in achieving maximum broadband speeds.
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Does it do Apple TV yet?They won't get any money from me until it does.