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Hoping to confirm the oft-repeated claim that NBN Co's choice of first release sites was politically motivated the Sydney Morning Herald sought, and obtained, NBN…
A decision by French mobile operator SFR to offer femtocells free to all its customers suggests that that they offer benefits for operators as much,…
At its I/O developer conference in San Francisco in May Google gave a sneak preview of its Android@Home project, designed to extend the Android platform…
Wednesday, 07 September 2011 16:01

The NBN Co Optus 'gag' in perspective

The latest anti-NBN report from the Murdoch press - not known as the number one fan of the project - has revealed that "an $800…
Saturday, 03 September 2011 15:43

Internode in damage control mode over 'restructuring'

When a high profile company gets rid of four senior high-profile executives it needs to take the initiative instead of waiting for the bad news…
The Coalition has once again repeated its now jaded argument against the NBN: there is no hard evidence to support the idea that we need…
Wednesday, 24 August 2011 10:25

NBN Co talks up competition from mobile services

NBN Co's submission to the ACCC on Telstra's structural separation undertakings goes to great lengths to counter the argument that restrictions stopping Telstra marketing mobile…
Tuesday, 23 August 2011 11:59

Turnbull's NBN pricing scare gathers momentum

Facts are fast giving way not just to speculation and opinion but to outright falsehoods as the latest Coalition NBN scare campaign gathers momentum.
Vodafone Germany is reported to be planning to abandon the use of copper for delivering broadband services and migrate four million broadband customers to its…
Shadow Communications minister Malcolm Turnbull has issued a lengthy press release claiming that NBN Co is seeking the freedom to hike its wholesale prices at…




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