Month: August 2012

Start IT up: Coachy

Do you think that a company specialising in online video coaching sessions will succeed?

The Australian Govt’s rush to snoop

The government wants to give access to more telecommunications data to assist with law enforcement. It sounds like an infringement on civil liberties. Will it be able to push it through?

New Zealand’s broadband muddle

New Zealand’s broadband network has been held up as an example for Australia. But is it as good as some might think?

NBN in Willunga: the low-down

We talk about the NBN with those who are in the know – people who are actually using services over the network.

A Disaster for the Australian Psyche

The sad truth is, however you try to distort the statistics, Australia didn’t do well at the Olympics.

Telstra results and NBN costs: the analysis

Telstra’s mobile network delivered a strong result for the telco this morning, but NBN Co’s fixed-line solution will cost more and take longer than expected.

Telstra’s land-grab opportunity

What will happen if Telstra starts rolling out fibre-to-the-node VDSL services?

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