The Communications Alliance has called for comment on three draft studies covering the roll-out of the National Broadband Network (NBN) to end user premises and greenfield estates.
Stories by Darren Pauli
No doubt sighs of relief escaped from cubicles in the tax office's IT department this morning as the Federal Government decided not to introduce several complex changes to the tax system and with it additional obligations on the ATO.
St George has apologised to customers hit by a technical problem affecting its Internet banking system.
St George Internet banking appears to be intermittently inaccessible for desktop and mobile customers.
McAfee will offer free 12-month security subscriptions and tailored packages to Australian customers affected by its recent bungled update.
The online presence of Queensland Labor Senator, Jan McLucas, has been defaced after a hacker broke into her website.
Hundreds of Telstra employees are expected to stage a "mass walk-out" outside the telco's Melbourne CBD T-Life shop next Wednesday over salary arrangements.
Paramedics are divided on the benefits of an electronic Patient Care Record (ePCR) system that is replacing old paper-based notes across Australia.
The websites of Kellogg’s, Nutri-Grain, Vogel’s and Specialty Cereals were hit in a string of mass defacements on Sunday.
A Perth-based not-for-profit will offer its enterprise in-house built e-health smartphone application for cost-price to hundreds of aged care facilities.
iiNet chief regulatory officer, Steve Dalby, has poured cold water on so-called “conspiracy theories” about the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA).
A friend of a friend of mine had bought a 4WD, and was ready to head south on a month-long roadtrip. This bloke couldn't find his way out of a cul-de-sac so he invested a couple of hundred bucks in a GPS unit and was rightly happy with himself.
Some 24 hours after obtaining a printed public apology, Exetel will again take Telstra (ASX:TLS) to court, this time over billing disputes.
The Communications Alliance has release a draft technical paper on the passive fibre infrastructure behind the National Broadband Network (NBN).
The controversial three-strikes ban in the secretive Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) appears to have been dropped.