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January 8, 2013 by

China proposes two-year MVNO trial

Chinese government wants public feedback on its draft proposal for mobile virtual network operator trials, aimed at increasing competition in the market dominated by three telcos.

August 1, 2012 by

Meet the new Digg: a Pinterest for news links

Digg has been taken over, rewritten and relaunched in record time, but it bears little resemblance to the Old Digg: it's more like a news-oriented Pinterest. But while it seems unlikely to appeal strongly to its old audience, New Digg might find a new one.

March 28, 2012 by

Europe-wide draft law seeks to criminalise hacking

Cyberattacks could become a criminal offence across Europe punishable by at least two years in jail under a draft law cleared by a European Parliament committee on Tuesday.Attacks against a website, network or database, and attempts to interfere with or illegally intercept data, would see two years in prison under proposals backed by the European Parliament Civil Liberties Committee.

December 28, 2011 by

Google: Microsoft is our biggest competitor

Google's main product is search and its main competitor is Microsoft, though Facebook has started to nibble at the company's other ventures.Google's chief executive Eric Schmidt admitted in an interview carried out weeks ago but published on the C-SPAN website on Monday that Google faces competition from the Facebook social network and from specific technologies for mobile devices.

October 12, 2011 by

NBN battery backup may be opt-out

After resoundingly negative feedback, the government may consider letting National Broadband Network (NBN) customers opt-out of the mandatory battery backup for the network termination unit (NTU), a parliamentary committee on the NBN has heard today.

July 18, 2011 by

LulzSec claims News International hack - sites down

Hacking group LulzSec has claimed on Monday evening to have penetrated the News International internal network, tampering with the companies' newspaper web sites as well as obtaining staff details and login credentials.On Monday evening, visitors to The Sun's website were redirected to a fake front page claiming that Rupert Murdoch had killed himself by eating palladium.

May 13, 2011 by

TorrentFreak accuses TalkTalk of censorship

TalkTalk's network-level anti-malware service, called HomeSafe, has come under further criticism, this time for blocking a news website called TorrentFreak that provides information about file sharing and copyright issues.The company said it added TorrentFreak to its blocklist on the basis that it hosted links promoting file-sharing.

March 30, 2011 by

BBC websites recover from massive outage

The BBC Online service, which covers all of the broadcaster's web holdings such as the BBC News and iPlayer sites, went offline on Tuesday night due to a routing error, but is now back up and running

March 15, 2011 by

Opera delivers Dragonfly developer tools beta

Web developers can now access a beta version of the Opera Dragonfly 1.0 development tools — including a JavaScript debugger, DOM, network and storage inspectors — which are designed to help assess the performance and design of a website.

March 10, 2011 by

Vodafone's 'painful lesson' in social media

Vodafone Hutchison Australia CEO Nigel Dews has admitted that the company could have handled social media feedback much better in the early stages of the company's highly publicised network issues late last year.

January 30, 2011 by

NBN Co releases B2B connection draft docs

National Broadband Network Company (NBN Co) has called for comment on its draft business-to-business (B2B) industry integration specifications for connecting access seekers to the National Broadband Network (NBN), released on the company's website late on Friday.


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