Articles about Australia
The mobile services of both Telstra and Optus were virtually unusable for the 30,000 pundits attending this year's Splendour in the Grass festival, while the underdog Vodafone performed best.
A Queensland-developed molecular computer could be used to help identify viruses in the future.
Revolution IT is harnessing the power of the crowd this week launching a crowd-sourced testing platform into the Australian market.
Suncorp Life's chief information officer, Fiona Floyd, has left her role with the company, as it undergoes internal restructuring efforts.
Vodafone will be drawing from the low-band 850MHz spectrum holding that currents supports its 3G network to boost its 4G network coverage to aim at covering 95 percent of Australia's metropolitan population by the end of the year.
iiNet's chief regulatory officer Steve Dalby has called on the Australian government to clearly state what data it is considering forcing telecommunications companies to retain, claiming confidential briefing documents contradict what the government is telling the public.
Apartments and offices in New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland will be connected to the NBN Co's fibre by 24 September, as part of the company's plan to speed up its fibre rollout in a "commercial response" to TPG.
The New South Wales government today started selling unregistered Opal cards, allowing public transport passengers to travel anonymously.
An Australian robot football team has achieved what the Socceroos could not: beat the German team in an international competition in Brazil.
A leaked discussion paper from the Australian Attorney-General's Department reveals proposals to implement new legislation to undo the High Court's judgement in the 2012 iiNet copyright infringement case against Hollywood film studios, and force ISPs to block websites containing copyright infringing material.
Australian data security firm, Covata, is setting its sights on the United States financial sector, in the lead up to its listing on the Australian Securities Exchange in September.
Australian retailers are lagging in mobile presence, according to new research by Frost & Sullivan, which found that only 21 percent of retailers surveyed had developed a mobile app for customers.
Federal communication minister, Malcolm Turnbull, is urging the Australian competition watchdog to avoid making any decisions that could result in an NBN migration "price shock".
Catch of the Day has been caught out misleading its customers over details of the 2011 data breach, with the Australian Federal Police stating it was not informed of the breach in 2011.