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Abbott "not a tech head" on broadband

Abbott "not a tech head" on broadband

Leaves the technical stuff to his Comms Minister.
Ry Crozier Aug 11 2010, 8:37AM Collaboration
Frontline launches dedicated networking division

Frontline launches dedicated networking division

Frontline's "accidental" networking line becomes devoted practice.
Negar Salek Jun 18 2010, 9:38AM Software
Passing of Digital Economy Bill draws storm of protest

Passing of Digital Economy Bill draws storm of protest

MPs, ISPs and campaigners react angrily to forcing through of legislation.
Dan Worth Apr 9 2010, 2:35PM Strategy
UK MPs pass Digital Economy Bill

UK MPs pass Digital Economy Bill

Outrage in House of Commons as controversial Bill is rushed through.
Dan Worth Apr 9 2010, 2:24PM Collaboration
Controversial UK laws rushed through as election looms

Controversial UK laws rushed through as election looms

Digital Economy Bill in, 50p phone line tax out.
Iain Thomson Apr 8 2010, 8:56AM Collaboration
Greens boil over Conroy's Senate snub

Greens boil over Conroy's Senate snub

Government holds onto NBN implementation study.
Ry Crozier Mar 17 2010, 4:10PM Collaboration
Telstra breakup bill debate resumes

Telstra breakup bill debate resumes

Conroy wins crossbenchers over.
Ben Grubb Oct 30 2009, 8:32AM Collaboration
Senate report gives Telstra reform bill the thumbs up

Senate report gives Telstra reform bill the thumbs up

Wants bill passed in full.
Ben Grubb Oct 27 2009, 7:51AM Collaboration
US Government wants emergency internet powers

US Government wants emergency internet powers

Draft cybersecurity bill allows presidential control of the internet.
Iain Thomson Aug 31 2009, 8:18AM Strategy
Telstra pats Labor on the back for latest Bill

Telstra pats Labor on the back for latest Bill

Telstra has welcomed the Federal Government's latest bill to help reduce red tape, declaring the reduced regulatory burden would deliver benefits for businesses and customers.

Lilia Guan Jun 26 2009, 2:58PM Collaboration
Seamless solution fits the bill

Seamless solution fits the bill

A solution bringing together inventory management, quoting and full accounting capabilities transformed Sundata's business.
Helen Frost Jun 5 2009, 4:41PM Software
Aussie telco consultant Tangoes with bill management

Aussie telco consultant Tangoes with bill management

Gibson Quai-AAS (GQ-AA) resells Tangoe's patented lifecycle management application.

Lilia Guan May 13 2009, 2:16PM Software
Telstra Wholesale goes hunting for a boss

Telstra Wholesale goes hunting for a boss

Telstra Wholesale is looking for a group managing director after the telco announced Kate McKenzie would move into strategic marketing, replacing Bill Stewart who returns to the US.
Staff Writers Mar 13 2009, 2:07PM Collaboration
ComputerCorp buys Paragon for $2.1M

ComputerCorp buys Paragon for $2.1M

Local IT service provider, ComputerCorp, has purchased Paragon IT and Paragon Systems, as part of its strategy to achieve “critical mass” on the east coast of Australia.

Lilia Guan Dec 11 2008, 3:12PM Strategy
Identity theft bill set for approval

Identity theft bill set for approval

A new identity theft bill is set to become US federal law. The security bill has already headed to the President's desk.
Shaun Nichols Sep 22 2008, 2:25PM Security
Beware of 3G bill shock

Beware of 3G bill shock

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is warning consumers to be wary of the high charges that come with excessive data usage on new 3G mobile devices.
Staff Writers Jul 23 2008, 8:17AM Mobility
Crucial broadband bill opens up secret network info

Crucial broadband bill opens up secret network info

The Senate has passed legislation that allows bidders for the Government’s $4.7 billion National Broadband Network to access Telstra's once-secret network information.
Mitchell Bingemann May 16 2008, 3:41PM Collaboration
Vodafone customer gets £11,000 bill

Vodafone customer gets £11,000 bill

A Vodafone customer has reportedly received a bill for £11,000 after downloading television episodes while abroad.

Iain Thomson Mar 6 2008, 7:40AM Mobility
Bill Gates 'exaggerates' HDTV popularity

Bill Gates 'exaggerates' HDTV popularity

Microsoft chairman Bill Gates is wrong to suggest that HDTV will be "everywhere" over the next decade, an industry analyst argued today.

Robert Jaques Jan 11 2008, 7:27AM Hardware
Microsoft facing US$1.15bn Xbox 360 repair bill

Microsoft facing US$1.15bn Xbox 360 repair bill

Software giant admits there are 11.6 million faulty consoles sold in the past 19 months, will have to be fixed.
Tom Sanders Jul 9 2007, 7:27AM Finance

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