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5G still years away from dominating the market

As the rollout of fibre to the home project (FttH) remains a slow process it is no wonder that ...  
Broadband-driven smart energy developments will change the market

The business model for most electricity suppliers is becoming outdated with advancements in smart ...  
Forging a telecoms bushfire emergency plan

I lived in Bucketty in bush for more than 30 years. We luckily just moved to Brisbane before the ...  
The power of data in smart city developments

Developments in data science and analysis have been beneficial in managing key social areas such ...  
The global hypercentre phenomenon

With an ever-growing population, tech companies are trying to find efficient ways to keep up with ...  
Albanese plans full fibre replacement for 'dog's breakfast' NBN

Jeremy Corbyn and Anthony Albanese have put full-fibre NBN back on the agenda, writes Paul Budd ...  
Government must step in to fix NBN

Wholesale relief isn't likely to bring lower NBN retail prices, writes Paul Budde.  
'Coal-addicted': Government must shift to smart energy

Smart devices are ready to flood the energy market, forcing prices down, writes Paul Budde.   
Democracy, people-power and the rise of the smart city

A recent event addressed the fact that the world's liberal democracies are faltering.  
Slow progress for NBN as mobile sector surges ahead

While fixed-line telephony traffic and revenue are declining, the mobile broadband market is ...  
Dutton's facial recognition next step in burgeoning surveillance state

There appears to be no respect for privacy or transparency in the Morrison Government's proposed ...  
Telcos fall behind while tech companies flourish

Developments in the telecommunications industry and the broader digital economy have opened up ...  
NBN Co creates its own version of the truth to boost speed ranking

In a report released by NBN Co, the company have twisted the truth in an effort to give Austral ...  
NBN myths: How the Government has let us down

Communications Minister Paul Fletcher propagated a number of misconceptions in a recent speech on ...  
The NBN is now being attacked from all directions

Australia's second-rate NBN has received further criticism recently as NBN Co struggles to make ...  
Not much grandeur at the grand finals

In sports across the board, belief is getting routinely side-lined in the blur of hi-tech spect ...  
Jumping on the Australian video streaming boom

Digital video streaming is on the rise in Australia and changing the way we consume our enterta ...  
NBN issues are widening the inequality gap in Australia

The current monopolised price packaging for NBN services isn't friendly towards those struggling ...  

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