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Interview: Nick Southcombe, Frontier Software

04 December, 2017 by Jonathan Nally

In our annual Leaders in Technology series, we ask the experts what the year ahead holds. Today we talk mobility, security and connectivity with Frontier Software's CEO, Nick Southcombe.

ACCC elects not to declare mobile roaming

25 October, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The ACCC has identified a range of measures for improving mobile coverage in the bush, but will stop short of requiring mobile operators to provide access to their infrastructure on request.

Thinxtra gets $10m investment for IoT rollout

21 August, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Australia's Thinxtra has secured an up to $10m investment from the government's CEFC to complete the deployment of an IoT network covering 95% of the A/NZ population by the end of the year.

Electric cars lead the charge in Aus and NZ

28 July, 2017 by Amy Steed

The use of electric cars is on the rise, with the Queensland government launching its first Electric Super Highway.

Vodafone on top of the Sydney mobile market

22 February, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Vodafone was the market leader in Sydney during the second half of 2016, while remaining third-ranked nationally and in most other capital cities.

IoT, M&As to be hot trends at MWC

01 February, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

This year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the world's largest gathering of mobile industry representatives, is expected to be dominated by discussions of topics including the IoT as well as collaboration with other verticals.

Google's ASI program has helped secure 275,000 apps

23 January, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Google's Play store App Security Improvement program has detected and secured 90,000 apps

Optus secures more Black Spot funding

01 December, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Optus has secured $26.4m in government funding under the mobile black spot program, but an ANAO audit has criticised the program as inefficient and favouring Coalition electorates.

Video: Do you have ‘burning rabbit syndrome’?

19 October, 2016 by Jonathan Nally

IBRS analyst Joseph Sweeney explains why you need to take charge of all your mobility projects, to stop them jumping around and crashing into each other and catching fire.

Social media changing Australian habits

15 August, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Social media is influencing Australians' media consumption and entertainment habits, with millennials leading the charge towards treating the internet as Australians' top entertainment destination.

TG3 Electronics BLTX sealed full travel keyboard

15 August, 2016

The BLTX sealed full travel keyboard features 83 keys with an integrated touchpad.

Telstra to spend $3bn on improving customer experience

12 August, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Telstra has increased its planned capex to sales ratio for the next three years to its highest rate since FY09, as the company seeks to win back customers following a series of network outages.

BuildingIQ acquires core technology from CSIRO

29 July, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

BuildingIQ has acquired the IP and patent rights to the core technology behind its building energy optimisation platform from the CSIRO for $500,000.

Aussie digital health company iPug launches in US

19 July, 2016

Digital health company iPug has relocated to San Francisco to support its expansion and has collaborated with UQ to apply its mobile-friendly gamification technology to a burn injury prevention campaign.

Australia Post to trial parcel delivery via drones

18 April, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Australia Post will experiment with using drones for the rapid delivery of small parcels as part of its initiative to support Australia's growing e-commerce market.

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