Senator Stephen Conroy has hit out at Malcolm Turnbull’s comments on the National Broadband Network (NBN), calling him “either lazy, financially illiterate, or both”.
Stories by Stephanie McDonald
Infoxchange has added 20 new not-for-profit customers to the Microsoft Office 365 platform.
Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) has added 42.9 million customers to its mobile business over the past year to 31 March 2012 to 445 million customers.
The federal government has announced further funding to support the national broadband network in the 2012/13 federal budget.
A forecasting system at the Bureau of Meteorology has made it to the finalists in the 2012 Australian Government ICT Awards in the ‘Excellence in eGovernment’ category.
Primus will work with NBN Co to trial new software which will enable consumers and businesses to easily switch from the copper network to the NBN.
IT job seekers are becoming more selective in who they will work for in their next job, according to Hays.
A digital stethoscope, which uses a smartphone and the Cloud, could save thousands of children’s lives in developing countries.
Vodafone will now outsource its music, game and video content to mia.
Australia’s first research Cloud is expected to expand up to 25,000 cores over the next 18 months as the Cloud’s scalability increases.
Optus has signed a binding memorandum of understanding with Vodafone, striking an agreement to combine the telcos' resources to improve network coverage and cut costs.
The decision by Optus to restructure and cut some 750 jobs in Australia was almost inevitable given the cut-throat nature of the telecommunications market, industry analysts argue.
Social media websites could find themselves in court if they breach Australia’s Privacy Act now that the Privacy Commissioner has been granted new powers to take breaches to the court
The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) has acquired a new robot that is capable of fetching beer from the fridge and a sandwich from Subway.
The recent decision against Optus, which found it was guilty of breaching the Copyright Act by broadcasting sports games via its TV Now service, could have wider implications for Cloud-based services, according to the executive officer of the Australian Digital Alliance.