With its stoush with Telstra nearing to completion, South Australian Internet Service Provider, Adam Internet, is readying to launch its ULL broadband or 'naked DSL' service to the marketplace.
Stories by Sharon Springell
To be risque or discreet? That is the question owners of two adult auction sites have had to contend with in the development of their Web-based businesses.
These days, consumers are demanding more energy efficient household appliances. Whether it is cleaner home entertainment systems or air-conditioners that no longer resemble the energy guzzlers of yore, "green technology" is the catchphrase of the moment. Unsurprisingly, manufacturers and governments seem to be responding with initiatives such as the fridge star rating system, the phosphorescent lights campaign and by making environmentally friendly computers more readily available.
A recent BBC investigation into the possible dangers of Wi-Fi radiation emissions in UK schools that aroused fear in sections of the British community is now raising similar concerns in Australia where uptake of wireless technology has been met with great gusto.
Virgin Mobile Australia has launched Virgin Broadband, a broadband Internet package which it says is geared for the average household.
Insurance company AAMI shut down its Web site at 9.30am today as a precaution against hackers.
Australian banks are lukewarm about a domain name proposal which aims to cut down on data phishing.
A computer science researcher has developed a secure software application intended to bypass the problem of viruses altogether.
The WA Department of Education and Training (DET) has granted local content provider, MGM Wireless, preferred tender status to supply its SMS-based school attendance product suite to public schools across the state.
The ABC gave BHP Billiton a free plug last week, accidentally sending out a PDF about the mining giant's new climate change policy to subscribers on its newslist.
Communications company GOtalk has bought Telstra's international calling cards business Say G'day and Super Buzz as part of a "logical extension" to its business, says GOtalk CEO Steve Picton.
There will be more criminal prosecutions for intellectual property (IP) violations as a result of Australia's Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the United States, according to leading IP academics.
ICT managers should lead by example and engage in ethical training, according to a new study by the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE).