New MVNO LYF Mobile launches with 'millennial needs' focus, but is Aldi Mobile cheaper?

Promising to be "more than just a phone service" thanks to an emphasis on community engagement and giving back, LYF Mobile still promises fast speeds, affordable prices, online simplicity and a millennial focus - is it time to Choose Lyf?

TechnologyOne SaaS adopted by Moreton Bay Council

Enterprise software company TechnologyOne has secured an eight-year, multi-million dollar deal with Moreton Bay Regional Council to replace a legacy on-premise solution with its full OneCouncil enterprise Software as a Service solution.

Telstra says service 'back to normal levels', but no word on why it happened

The national Telstra outage that affected 3G and 4G voice and data services this morning and afternoon appears to be over, but we're still waiting for an explanation.

Telstra Networks MD Mike Wright to explain outage at 2.30pm AEST

In around 10 minutes, Telstra's Group managing director of Networks, Mike Wright, will give a "doorstop" interview on what caused Telstra's outage, but why don't they live stream it?

Telstra's 3G and 4G networks 'continue to be progressively restored nationally'

Telstra's latest outrageous outage on its 3G and 4G networks is being fixed, and while the "root cause" is yet to be determined, the reason why can't be unlimited.

Optus pitches benefits of new broadband offerings

Australia’s second biggest telco Optus is tempting customers with a promise of fast speeds, more entertainment options and $10 off their monthly bill as it launches its new suite of fixed broadband plans.

Vodafone launches 4.9G on Huawei in Sydney’s West, more sites to come

Vodafone's first FDD Massive MIMO trial site has gone live in Parramatta, the first of five sites across Australia to act as trial locations for 4.9G, with Sydney's Chinatown and Haymarket to follow, and it's using Huawei technology to make it happen. 

Satellite services fear mobile push as 5G nears

Satellite service operators appear to be feeling the heat as the time nears for 5G services to be rolled out, fearing that they will be pushed aside by mobile services.

Video games can improve mental maths skills: claim

Researchers at Edith Cowan University claim that educational video games can improve children's mental maths skills.

Ericsson, MTS & Qualcomm Russia deployment paves way for 5G

Russia’s first commercial deployment of Licensed Assisted Access technology has been completed jointly by Ericsson, Russian communications service provider MTS, the Commonwealth of Independent States and Qualcomm Technologies, in preparation for the launch of the country’s 5G network.

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