In his blog Om Malik...
By Chris Jablonski
for Between the Lines
| February 18, 2005 -- 17:08 GMT (09:08 PST)
| Topic: Networking
In his blog Om Malik writes
Sun sets on emerging tech blog
10 military technologies that will change the face of battle
IEEE releases new standard for body area network
Wearable devices to usher in context-aware computing
Telstra releases HTC 5G Hub online
Pricing to start from AU$70 a month for 10GB of base data.
Western Australia kicks in AU$20m for regional mobile blackspots
A funding increase compared to the AU$14.6 million kicked in last time.
ACCC starts breaking out Vodafone NBN customer connections
Vodafone Australia is sitting around the level of Aussie Broadband and MyRepublic in the latest ACCC Wholesale Market Indicators Report.
What is Wi-Fi 6 and why you're going to want it
No individual device on your wireless network may run that much faster, but your total speed will increase.
How Juniper is moving to an open-source mindset
At least 186 EU ISPs use deep-packet inspection to shape traffic, break net neutrality
NGOs, academics warn about DPI's impact on user privacy, that net neutrality might be watered down in the EU.
Using Huawei for 5G is an unnecessary risk, says former spy chief
Former MI6 boss says it would be 'deeply worrying' to hand development of sensitive infrastructure to the Chinese company.
ARIN recovers 735,000 fraudulently obtained IPv4 addresses
Prosecutors say the IP addresses were fraudulently obtained and then sold for $13 each.
Superloop and QIC unable to agree to takeover deal
Period of exclusivity between parties ends without a transaction.