The race to deliver ever large amounts of data has continued raging, with Amaysim's newest plan an obvious response to competitive moves and the quest to deliver ever better customer value.
Telstra's highest BYO plan, the L plan for $89 per month over 12 months, looks very compelling, especially for frequent international travellers who hate Telstra's $10 per day roaming charge.
Ericsson has presented "Towards a 5G consumer future", its "Consumer and Industry Insight report that discusses the six calls to action from consumers that operators need to act upon to provide a foundation for adoption of 5G technology".
When Microsoft threatened to sue Chinese organisations using counterfeit copies of their products China reacted swiftly, building its own versions.[…]
Of course it is for "national security" - of share prices for the MIC contractors & investors, of to which[…]
So much for former NBN Co boss Bill Morrow claiming people didn’t want higher broadband speeds! But spare a thought[…]
Perhaps this is a shitstorm specifically designed to slow Chinese tech companies down. Europeans are suggesting Huawei's G5 technology is[…]