The telecom industry is evolving, but dominated by giants.
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Scheduled to be enforced by the end of the year, Internet service providers will need to disclose all "relevant information" and policies for governing networks.
Verizon's enterprise business struggled, but the company says it's ramping up cloud efforts. Verizon had five weeks of the first quarter with full ownership of Verizon Wireless.
In Germany, privacy concerns mean an increase in data security centres in the country and interest from international companies.
Telstra has signed a multimillion dollar broadband security services deal with Mako Networks, representing the cloud-based security company’s largest contract in the Australian market.
Country's ICT regulator says existing subscribers should not be charged for 4G services while still serving out their contracts, but does not state such fees cannot be implemented for new subscribers.
Two new directors have joined the iiNet board of directors, following the recent departures of Simon Hackett and Paul Broad.
AT&T also added 64,000 business U-verse high speed broadband subscribers during the first quarter.
Comcast's first quarter highlighted how service to small and mid-sized businesses is the cable giant's fastest growing business.
The ease of government access to individuals’ telecommunications metadata was under the microscope today at the first day of public hearings on the revision of the Telecommunications Act.
NBN Co is becoming a parody of itself as new CEO Bill Morrow strongarms would-be competitors and a multi billion dollar organisation justifies a 180-degree policy turnaround on the back of a single, non-representative speed test.
The Australian competition watchdog will continue to allow retail telecommunication service providers to use Telstra's copper network for another five years.
Air China, the country’s national flag carrier, said more passengers will soon be able to enjoy free broadband browsing services at 32,000 feet after a successful trial run on Wednesday.
Since Google is the oracle of all information, it seems strange that it can't tell you who owns a given phone number.
There's no need to try to convert the last five decades of analog phone devices to something that runs over the Internet. Let's just use the Internet devices we already have in the house. Let's use Skype with Google Voice.
Africa's mobile industry was once seen as the route to riches for operators. Now, consolidation looks to be the only way for carriers to survive in a highly competitive market.