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Last year Apple was forced to replace one of the massive plates of glass in its flagship George Street store in Sydney after it was…
The ALP has been quick to dismiss the Parliamentary Library's attempt to identify sources of NBN funding as being 'full of serious errors," but it…
Thursday, 12 August 2010 16:06

NBN's 1Gbps not news, just 'clarification'

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With exquisite timing prime minister Julia Gillard has 'announced' an 'upgrade' to the capabilities of the NBN saying it will deliver not 100Mbps but 1Gbps…
The Coalition NBN policy's total focus on the 'how' of broadband rather than the 'why' has left its leader in the unenviable position of trying…
Tuesday, 10 August 2010 20:26

Coalition NBN policy: a uniform dog's breakfast

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"When I use a word," Humpty Dumpty said in Alice in Wonderland "it means just what I choose it to mean - neither more nor…
Remember Adams Platform? The Australian developed video compression technology that claimed to deliver high quality video at 56kbps. That sounds impossible, and it was. But…
Wednesday, 04 August 2010 13:22

Once upon a time, mobile phones could not send SMS

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According to self-styled "SMS expert" Sheri Wells of US based SMS Media Group, the GSM short-messaging technology is this week celebrating its 25th anniversary. The…
UK mobile operator Orange in conjunction with renewable energy company GotWind has come up with a novel way to charge a mobile phone in the…
Like Australia, the European Union appears to be proposing that data on all Internet searches be retained for possible scrutiny by authorities. The EU appears…
As a promotional exercise for the National Broadband Network, NBN Co, and the benefits of broadband in general, NBN's Co's trial of 'tele-therapy' for stroke…

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