While 4K content has arrived or can be captured in sufficient quantity for Foxtel to launch a dedicated channel, the network is either betting that enough of the Asian part of its customer base simply isn't superstitious, or the Pay TV titan just isn't worried about it.
With my 4G smartphone able to offer vastly faster upload and download speeds than all NBN connections in existence today, and while the NBN says it does offer gigabit connections, when NBN Co wants you to ask "how much speed do you need?", it doesn't expect gigabit will be your answer.
Mobile satellite communications company Pivotel has announced the acquisition of Wrights Satellite Connections, a "leading-edge provider of mobile satellite communications solutions in New Zealand with a strong focus on the government, defence and maritime industries".
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