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Reports claim the Spanish government stepped in to stop multi-billion Euro deal from happening have been denied by the operator.
Communications Minister announces new initiatives in data analytics, multi-nation agreement on digital radio frequencies in the 700MHz band, and plans for the country's converged media masterplan.
Country telecom regulator says talks with communication platforms have stagnated, and following Viber's block from the country last week, WhatsApp, and Skype are next on the list.
The Greens' proposal to stop Telstra's planned job cuts to the struggling directory business Sensis has been rejected by a parliamentary committee.
The Singapore telco is rolling out technology that will help scale video downloads to fit the resolution and screen size of mobile devices, conserving data and bandwidth needed.
New legislation requires all new vehicles to be equipped with a system that automatically calls emergency services in a serious accident.
Under the partnership, telco's customers in the Chinese capital can visit stores to swap their SIM cards to new ones which can enable a link to their bank accounts.
Telecom New Zealand, Vodafone New Zealand, and Telstra have put out a tender for the construction of a new subsea cable connecting Sydney and Auckland.
On this week's Technolatte podcast, the Australian team discusses PRISM, the Queensland government's abysmal IT audit, and Vodafone's 4G launch.
Vodafone Australia's 4G is the quiet achiever.
Vodafone has finally launched 4G services in Australia, activating the service for customers this morning in parts of Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Newcastle, and Wollongong.
The Spanish telco will run Eleven Paths as a separate start-up with a focus on cloud computing, mobility and social networks security threats.
To speed up the rollout of mobile networks in areas populated by Indian Maoists, India's Home Ministry is looking to change telco legislation so it can award a contract without a tender exercise.
Amid race for the country's first foreign telco licenses, the SingTel-led consortium highlights its capabilities to fast track Myanmar's satellite ambitions, including assisting the launch of a national satellite in future.
Organizers of the annual CommunicAsia tradeshow say new "Techzones" this year will feature trending technologies including apps development, next-generation connected services, and e-government.