NBN Co chief Morrow to quit by end of 2018

NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow is leaving the company by the end of the year, according to a statement from the company.

Telcos up to scratch with NBN info for consumers

The majority of telcos are doing the right thing by consumers, with a review of their websites by the Australian Communications and Media Authority finding they are complying with rules to provide critical information about pricing, minimum monthly charges, and important service conditions for the national broadband network.

Australian Internet use on a tear: ABS

The latest Internet stats from the Australian Bureau of Statistics have arrived, and on the major metrics on usage and download, the numbers are all up.

Consumer robotics hardware revenues: US$23b annually by 2022, domestic robots to dominate

Domestic aide obots will not only be helping humans, but will be helping the industry grow from US$6.4 billion this year to US$23 billion annual by 2022, an increase of more than 250%.

Intuit QuickBooks partnering with Ch 7 and Mark Bouris on new TV show 'The Mentor'

The upcoming new TV show "The Mentor" and cloud accounting software Intuit Quickbooks are set to help Australian small business owners overcome business challenges, with Mark Bouris to be the mentoring man of the moment.

Brightcove partners with Seven West Media on OTT streaming

Video cloud solutions provider Brightcove is partnering with Seven West Media to power the media company’s new OTT streaming service, 7plus.  

Cloudflare launches 'fastest', privacy-focused public DNS

Content delivery network provider Cloudflare has launched what it calls a privacy-oriented domain name system with two IP addresses, 1.1.1.1 and 1.0.0.1.

NBN Co starts offering FttC connections in Coburg, Miranda

NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network, has announced that fibre-to-the-curb connections are now available to about 1000 premises in two suburbs – Coburg in Victoria and Miranda in New South Wales.

Apple may use own chips for Macs from 2020: report

Apple has plans to use its own processors in its computers from 2020 onwards, moving away from chips made by market leader Intel.

World not shifting to full 5G transition in 2018, but 2019 and later

Despite a lot of 5G hype including 5G over Wi-Fi, some telcos ambitiously claiming 4.5-like services are 5G, and 5G trials, 2018 is not the true year of 5G, according to an analyst.

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