Inmarsat completes test flight of Global Xpress

Global satellite provider Inmarsat has completed an around-the-world test flight of its Global Xpress broadband satellite system.

Honeywell, Huawei collaborate on Brisbane ‘smart’ building

Honeywell and Huawei have collaborated to deploy a smart network inside Brisbane's 270-metre, 90-storey residential tower, Skytower.

The Connected Cop is coming, enabled by data analytics

Victoria Police has leveraged SAS to bring together disparate data and paint its picture of the future "connected cop".

Full-fibre NBN only by 2030, will cost $30b more: expert

Given its current state, Australia will be able to have a full-fibre national broadband network only by 2030, and that after shelling out an additional $30 billion to $50 billion, according to a network expert.

Game of Phones: Kogan Mobile battles Vaya for value-led Iron Phone plan throne

Sending his troops into battle so the people know of his 40% off data-heavy 90-day plans, King of the Northward-bound Kogan Mobile is in the fight of his life to rule over the Seven MVNO kingdoms.

NBN woes: ACMA inquiry likely to be a waste of time

Will the inquiry that the Australian Communications and Media Authority has been asked to carry out into the malfunctioning NBN end up doing any good?

ACCC seeks feedback on NBN special access undertaking

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is seeking market feedback on a revised variation to the Special Access Undertaking governing NBN Co, the operators of the national broadband network.

Amazon to open fulfilment centre in Melbourne suburb

Amazon will open its first Australian fulfilment centre in the Melbourne suburb of Dandenong South, the company said in a statement today.

NBN woes: Pricing model that's fit for purpose urged

The head of MyRepublic in Australia and New Zealand has challenged the NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow to give Australia an NBN pricing model that is fit for purpose.

NBN woes: Time for action, not inquiry, says CCC chief

The head of an organisation that represents non-dominant telecommunications carriers in Australia says there is no need for any further inquiry to find out why customers are experiencing slower speeds on the NBN than what they had with their old copper connections.

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