Stories by Chloe Herrick

Telecom NZ begins hunt for new CEO

Telecom New Zealand (ASX:TEL) has kicked off the search for a new chief executive to replace the telco's outgoing head, Paul Reynolds.

Samsung Galaxy Tab ban lifted in time for Christmas

Samsung will finally be able to launch its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet just in time for Christmas after the High Court today lifted the ban preventing its sale in Australia and refused Apple’s expedited special leave application.

Dymocks launches publishing arm

Australian book retailer Dymocks has launched its new web-based publishing arm to enable aspiring authors to produce, publish and distribute their work as both physical and electronic books.

iiNet voices concern over NBN access plan

Australia’s number three internet service provider (ISP), iiNet, has raised concerns over a number of aspects of NBN Co’s Special Access Undertaking (SAU), lodged to the competition regulator yesterday.

Motorola nabs $40m contract with WA Govt

Motorola has won a $40 million contract with the Western Australian Government for the build and maintenance of a new state-wide shared emergency services radio network.

NZ Telecom seals Chorus demerger

Telecom New Zealand (ASX:TEL) has completed the demerger of its Chorus division, making way for its participation in the country’s Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) initiative.

"Final" wholesale agreement a work in progress: NBN Co

Despite publishing its “final executable” Wholesale Broadband Agreement (WBA), NBN Co has conceded that the contract terms will continue to be open for consultation with industry and customers for further development.

Samsung wins Galaxy Tab 10.1 appeal

Samsung has won a Federal Court appeal to quash an interlocutory injunction preventing the sale of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 device in Australia.

Optus continues WBA negotiations with NBN Co

Despite the expected release of NBN Co's Standard Form of Access Agreement today, Optus has confirmed it is still in negotiations with the company to address what it views as unresolved issues in the draft version of the agreement.

Updated: Qantas suffers check-in system outage

Qantas has suffered another setback this morning when its check-in system experienced a fault that left it unable to print boarding passes for almost three hours, resulting in minor delays for passengers.