By ZDNet Staff
| August 28, 2008 -- 04:28 GMT (21:28 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
Verizon Q1 solid, but wireless business has multiple moving parts ahead of 5G
Verizon grew net connections in the first quarter, but lost phones and tablets and added wearables as well as smartphones.
Reliance Jio hits 300 million customers
Reliance Jio added 120 million customers during the year, with the Indian carrier clocking in at 307 million customers by the end of FY19.
Kaspersky CEO: Open your source codes to win governments' trust
Huawei 1Q revenue climbs 39 percent amidst US pressure
Telstra and Optus complaints jump: Comms Alliance
Spark copper voice services to be deregulated across New Zealand
There is enough competition for New Zealand to deregulate copper voice services, the Commerce Commission has decided.
Microsoft: FCC massively overstating how many Americans have broadband access
US has "no accurate, comprehensive, and public estimate of broadband coverage", Microsoft tells lawmakers.
Telstra CEO defends call to block sites showing terrorist attack videos
Andy Penn says he would make the same decision again, and welcomes abhorrent streaming laws.
ACCC questions fairness of NBN basic pricing
With the gap between basic 12Mbps plans and 50Mbps plans closing, the ACCC questions the fairness of NBN plans compared to existing ADSL plans.