A report released Thursday by the Centre for International Economics (CIE) claims that Australian consumers would pay 15 percent more for broadband services if Telstra wins the contract to build and manage the new national broadband network (NBN).
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Microsoft and Research In Motion (RIM) have announced an agreement to provide Microsoft Windows Live services on RIM's BlackBerry smartphones, expected to be available by Winter.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has released its Survey of Salaries and Remuneration Packaging for the ICT industry, which saw a half-percent drop in the average salary but bore no evidence of wage inflation despite the skills shortage.
iiNet is seeking to fill the gap in the small office and SMB VoIP market with the introduction of a multi-line VoIP service, announced today.
Up to 50 New Zealand open-sourcers flew to Melbourne last week for the ninth linux.conf.au conference, at the University of Melbourne.
Child Wise CEO Bernadette McMenamin has clarified her position on the Federal government's plan to implement mandatory internet filtering at the ISP level, stating that all she wants blocked are child pornography web sites, and nothing else.
Vodafone Australia has launched a GPS service — Vodafone Compass — and marked it by offering 12 months free GPS mapping for customers signing up before December 1.
An Australian Federal Court judge has ordered the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to go away and revise its case against the Trading Post and Google, claiming it didn't make sense.
Standards Australia has defended it's decision to abstain from the ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation) and IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) ballot to approve Microsoft's Office Open XML format as an international standard, saying Australia still has a chance to approve or disapprove the vote.