David Braue

As large as the US mainland but with a smaller population than Texas, Australia relies on ICT innovation to maintain its position as a first-world democracy and a role model for the developing Asia-Pacific region. Award-winning journalist David Braue has covered Australia’s IT and telecoms sectors since 1995 – and he’s as quick to draw lessons from their failures as to laud their successes.

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Apparently the NBN is no longer a Liberal election priority

Apparently the NBN is no longer a Liberal election priority

The latest election brochure from Coalition bigwig Andrew Robb suggests the NBN is no longer even important enough to mention when it comes to party priorities. Somebody should tell Tony Abbott – and stop letting Malcolm Turnbull waste so much time spruiking his NBN policy.

August 30, 2013 by in NBN

Why Albo won’t win the NBN election debate

Why Albo won’t win the NBN election debate

Election success depends not only on engaging voters, but on keeping them that way. Unless Anthony Albanese can transform the NBN election debate into something that resonates with voters – the general distrust of Telstra, for example – he risks losing their attention and handing advantage to Malcolm Turnbull.

August 21, 2013 by in NBN

Syntheo disaster could lose Rudd's NBN election

Syntheo disaster could lose Rudd's NBN election

Mike Quigley was quick to claim that Syntheo's collapse would not dely the NBN rollout in Western Australia and South Australia — but with just a month until the election, this was the last news NBN Co needed. Will it be a free kick for the Coalition?

August 5, 2013 by in NBN

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