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Optus must allow customers misled by ad to cancel service

Optus customers who signed contracts after seeing a January ad comparing the sizes of the Optus and Telstra network should be allowed to cancel their contracts without penalty, the Supreme Court of Victoria has ruled.

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Facebook slams Coalition plan to remove 'harmful' content

Police, Internet companies and others have resisted a mechanism proposed by the Australian government to remove social media content deemed harmful to children.

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June court hearing set for Telstra, NBN Co dispute

Telstra and NBN Co will argue contract terms before the NSW Supreme Court on 30 June, a directions hearing has decided.

Her Fashion Box personalises customer retention

A Sydney fashion e-commerce startup has targeted customer retention by becoming an early adopter of the Flamingo vendor relationship management (VRM) platform.

Mobile app lightens paperwork at Ace Contractors

Ace Contractors has reduced paper use and expedited its compliance operations by digitising site inspection forms in a mobile app.

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TPG customers want a landline with their broadband

TPG has found success with a consumer plan bundling ADSL2+ with a home phone line, with the package greatly outselling mobile and stand-alone broadband offers, according to the telco's financial results reported today.

Bauer Media stands alone with new network

Bauer Media has broken from Nine Entertainment Group shared services with a new stand-alone network from Azzurri Communications.

How to find a co-founder for your startup

You may have a great idea for a startup, but you’re not going to be able to start a business on your own.

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UPDATED: 4G in Australia: The state of the nation

The top three Australian carriers are spending billions upgrading their networks to high-speed 4G LTE services. Customers are just starting to see the new plans and rollout is expected to intensify through the year and well into 2013.

Malone resigns as iiNet CEO

Michael Malone has resigned as CEO and board director of iiNet.

Public safety truck overcomes wireless interoperability problems

Australia’s National Safety Agency (NSA) has built a mobile command centre that overcomes interoperability problems which have historically hindered coordination between different public safety and law enforcement bodies during major disasters.

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HFC NBN just fine for Telepresence: Cisco

Cisco has endorsed using hybrid-fibre cable (HFC) as a more expedient way to connect 3 million homes to Australia’s National Broadband Network.

Internet of Things to revolutionise industry: GE

General Electric sees the Internet of Things as a “huge opportunity” for itself and its customers, said Mark Sheppard, CIO of GE in Australia and New Zealand, said yesterday.

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Deakin shrinks data centre as university expands

Deakin University has met increasing IT demands by overhauling its servers and embracing hybrid cloud, according to the university’s infrastructure services director, Craig Warren.

Fibre fuels flexible working at Melbourne office

High-speed fibre broadband is critical to the design of Lifestyle Working Collins Street, a green office building in Melbourne that has emphasised flexible working.

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