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Telcos spend $2 billion to improve 4G

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Australia’s biggest telecommunications companies have participated in a wireless spectrum auction run by the Federal Government. more »

Wireless is more

Wireless is more

Going wireless is a good way to cut down on office cabling, though there are a few security issues to consider. more »

Telstra launches 4G network

Telstra has officially launched its 4G LTE mobile network in all of the capital cities and 30 regional areas. more »

Review: Telstra 3G Ultimate wireless modem

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One year on from its launch, the Telstra Ultimate 3G modem still stacks up, despite 4G being just around the corner. more »

Google to acquire Motorola for $11.9 billion

After losing out on the Novell and Nortel auctions, Google has announced it is acquiring Motorola for $11.9 billion. more »

Next locations to receive NBN announced

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The second wave of towns and cities to receive access to the National Broadband Network (NBN) has been announced. more »

Ericsson chosen to provide NBN wireless

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NBN Co and Ericsson form $1.1 billion partnership to deliver 4G to the 7% of Australians that won’t get the NBN. more »

Think Tank: get on the broadband wagon

Broadband in Australia is slow and expensive compared to most developed countries. So what? Our panel gets fired up about what we’re missing out on and what we might do about it. The panel Lisa Harvey, search owner/director of Energetica, an IT services firm for non-profit organisations Ian Lyons, communications director of online marketing firm pureprofile Cameron Wall, ICT director of mobile phone applications developer G-nius Mobile Intelligence Louis White, moderator Why is broadband so bad? Australia is one of the few countries in the world that has broadband caps … more »

Think Tank: get on the broadband wagon

Broadband in Australia is slow and expensive compared to most developed countries. So what? Our panel gets fired up about what we’re missing out on and what we might do about it. The panel Lisa Harvey, diagnosis owner/director of Energetica, buy an IT services firm for non-profit organisations Ian Lyons, dosage communications director of online marketing firm pureprofile Cameron Wall, ICT director of mobile phone applications developer G-nius Mobile Intelligence Louis White, moderator Why is broadband so bad? Australia is one of the few countries in the world that has … more »

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