Foxtel tweaks broadband prices

Foxtel has tweaked its broadband packages to offer lower prices in some cases, and more options in others, with the company also offering NBN connections on HFC.

Vodafone IoT Barometer report for 2017/18: APAC ahead of the pack

With the adoption of IoT technologies having "more than doubled" since Vodafone launched its first Barometer in 2013, IoT is creating new services, transforming businesses and more.

Belong mobile industry shake-up not a long shot, but happening now

To Belong or not to Belong may well be the question on many people's list, especially those who love value-laden pre-paid style services, now that Belong has launched two tempting offerings.

Ericsson and VodafoneZiggo set to get going for 5G readiness

If you know VodafoneZiggo, then you know that it's working with Ericsson to "increase the capacity of the Vodafone mobile network in the Netherlands, using 5G-ready Ericsson Radio System equipment".

Corning claims Netcomm Wireless DPU infringes innovation patent

Corning believes Netcomm's NDD-4100 distribution point unit, used in the NBN fibre-to-the-curb rollout, "infringes" on one of its newly obtained patents, but Netcomm Wireless believes the case is "lacking merit".

Report: 50% of TV viewing to be mobile by 2020

A new report finds that "linear and video on demand viewing will be almost equal in just three years", with mobile viewing to soar and 1 in 3 consumers by 2020 to be virtual reality users.

Australian communications industry pays tribute to Deirdre Mason

Communications Alliance and Communications Compliance today pay tribute to the much-loved and respected industry leader Deirdre Mason, who passed away on 8 October after a long battle with illness.

ACCC wants to avoid regulatory imposition on NBN SAU variation

The competition watchdog, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, wants an industry-led outcome on the variations to the Special Access Undertaking for the national broadband network rather than regulatory imposition.

Third of Victorian motorists want hands-free option in next car

A third of the respondents to the first annual self-driving vehicle survey undertaken in Victoria say they would like to have a hands-free driving option in their next car.

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