The second largest telecommunications firm in the US, AT&T, has chosen to move to Canonical, the maker of the Ubuntu GNU/Linux distribution, for its infrastructure needs.
The Software Freedom Conservancy is something of an oddity among the myriad technology outfits that exist in the US of A. It fights to keep software free and to prevent people or companies taking advantage of what are perceived to be liberal licensing terms.
Does this mean smart traffic lights? For example, in Macquarie Park (the technology hub of Sydney) traffic light changes take[…]
Telstra had a badly run down copper distribution phone system.NBN has a large chunk of their network on an antiquated[…]
Just sell the whole thing to Telstra already. It can't get any worse.
I have no words to describe this development.Are they out of their minds?!In what universe would you choose to run[…]
There is a 25/5 speed tier, which used to be the default that all the ISPs were using, but then[…]