The Australian Bureau of Meteorology remains tight-lipped on December's alleged security breach, redirecting questions from the Senate towards its new supercomputer instead.
While it has fewer complaints than Telstra, Optus' complaints ratio is again the highest of all Australian telcos, having risen by 9 percent.
iPhone users can now make tap and go payments via Optus' sticker and app, with a wearable also providing a payment solution for those without a phone present.
With India's annual budget due for February 29, entrepreneurs want the government to fulfil assurances made in the past.
The federal government has allocated AU$8 million of its AU$110 million STEM funding to help children aged three to six gain skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to encourage interest in pursuing careers in those sectors.
The internet company's net profit slid from 51.7 billion won in the fourth quarter of 2014 to 10.2 billion won for the same period in 2015, with the company targeting expanded business in games and ads.
A fibre fault in the Sydney-Guam submarine cable will persist until March, according to TPG, with the Southern Cross Cable and Australian-Japan Cable system to be used as substitutes.
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