By ZDNet Staff
| October 29, 2008 -- 06:25 GMT (23:25 PDT)
| Topic: Telcos
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
Ericsson's SEK1.8 billion net profit for Q2 is driven by 5G uptick
The company has supplied equipment to 15 live 5G networks as of the end of the second quarter.
Latest technology could miss Australia due to encryption laws: Telstra
The telco also wants immunity provisions if its suppliers' equipment runs slower due to cops fiddling with it.
Chorus has over 50% of NZ broadband on fibre
Peak data usage on its network now above 2Tbps, a 77% increase on June 2017 numbers.
Wi-Fi and mobile coverage for NSW central coast train route behind schedule
Federal government documents said NSW state and local government planning laws are to blame.
Clean Energy Regulator, WA Mines Department, and Vet Surgeons Board trying to access metadata: Comms Alliance
New Zealand ComCom lays charges against Vocus subsidiaries
Telecommunications providers face charges for billing customers after contracts were terminated.
Sprint says hackers breached customer accounts via Samsung website
Hackers had access to customer info such as names, billing, device details, and more.
Home Affairs floats making telcos retain MAC addresses and port numbers
Soon it might just be easier for Australia's telcos to keep a copy of every TCP or UDP header for the cops to poke through.
Optus gained exemption to store metadata unencrypted
Use of legacy applications allow Optus to seek an exemption from the rules.