6 hrs ago
Telstra's data 'vacuum'
Senior writer Philip Dorling tells Tim Lester the advanced technology harvesting data across Australia is being provided by a little known Melbourne company.
6 hrs ago
Yowza: Box touts $100M investment to fund global land grab
Box nets an impressive $100 million from an array of international telcos and other companies to boost its already-planned global expansion.
6 hrs ago
Forget the needle, take the haystack
Edward Snowden's revelations about government survelliance have shocked the world.
7 hrs ago
Box Continues Global Expansion With New Strategic Partners
The new relationships include commercial agreements and strategic investments from Japanese partners Itochu Technology Ventures, Inc., Macnica, and Mitsui USA and MKI, as well as strategic investments from TelefA3nica Digital, the innovation arm of one of the largest integrated telecom operators in Europe and Latin America, and Telstra, the leading ... (more)
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Receipt lottery tackles tax cheats
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Fri Nov 29, 2013
Warrnambool man jailed for bank rip-off
A CROOK who withdrew $900 from a bank during the Warrnambool Telstra outage last year, despite having just $10 in his account, has been jailed for one month.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
BT stares down Telstra's services challenge
As BT looks to grow its global services arm in Australia, Asia, and Africa, the company will face stiff competition in the Asia-Pacific region from Australian incumbent Telstra.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Telstra Global Deploys 100G
Telstra Global today announced it will deliver additional capacity on the UNITY cable route by adding new 100 Gigabit per second submarine cable technology.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Telstra relies on public to inform on asbestos-infested pits
Telstra is relying on the public and its contractors to report pits suspected to be infested with deadly asbestos material, because records of all of the company's pit and duct infrastructure do not go back far enough to cover all the pits, Telstra's chief risk officer Kate Hughes has said.
Amaysim hopes to shake up US mobile market
Australia's Amaysim is preparing to bring its low-cost mobile virtual network operator model to the US, the company's CEO has revealed.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
China Unicom deepens North America foothold with new Seattle PoP
China Unicom Americas , the North American subsidiary of China Unicom, has established a new point of presence in Seattle as a way to extend of its data services to customers in North America and Canada.
Sat Nov 16, 2013
Kelly Haywood wins national award
FROM the streets of Burnie to the big world of the Australian navy, Kelly Haywood has certainly come a long way.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Launceston CEO picks up national award
LAUNCESTON mother of two Laura McBain won the Private and Corporate Award at the 2013 Telstra Australian Business Women's Awards in Melbourne last night.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Emissions safe says Telstra
Aurecon said it would undertake post-construction electro-magnetic emission [EME] measurements at Discovery House Pre School, next to the RSL.
Thu Nov 07, 2013
Telstra selects Ericsson Diameter Signaling Controller to meet smartphone growth
Control signaling is probably the most critical function in a telecom network and Diameter has quickly become one of the most widespread protocols.
Wed Nov 06, 2013
Autohome Drives Into NY, Beijing Puts On Brakes
A couple of items from China's booming auto market are shining a spotlight on the sector's big potential and also the looming risk of a government-led slowdown in a bid to control the nation's worsening air quality.