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NZ internet connectivity boosted by new cable

04 April, 2017

The Tasman Global Access cable, which runs between Raglan and Sydney, is now operational.

Christmas Island internet connection restored

13 March, 2017

The federal government and SpeedCast have partnered to ensure that Christmas Island residents can connect to the internet through their previous accounts.

Communications coalition aims to end data inequality

30 November, 2016

A coalition of advocacy groups has joined forces to focus on improving communications services for consumers and businesses in rural areas.

Older generations on par with millennials as online shoppers

02 November, 2016

While Australian millennials are driving online shopping, older generations are not far behind, according to a Pitney Bowes global online shopping study.

CBA, Alipay link for Australia–China e-commerce

31 October, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Commonwealth Bank and Alipay will collaborate to make it easier for Australian customers to pay for goods over Alibaba's e-commerce websites, and to let Chinese tourists use Alipay in Australian brick-and-mortar stores.

D-Link ANZ DWR-921 4G LTE router

09 September, 2016

The D-Link ANZ DWR-921 4G LTE router provides quality internet connectivity in locations where fixed-line broadband services such as ADSL or cable are not available.

Record domain price signals internet evolution

01 August, 2016

The right to sell '.web' domain names recently sold for a record US$135m in an auction.

Half of website traffic coming from bots and crawlers

17 May, 2016

About 48% all web traffic comes from bots and crawlers, costing companies a lot of money, a DeviceAtlas report has revealed.

Mobile payment adoption tipped to surge

24 February, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The global user base for mobile payments, including mobile commerce and money transfers, is set to climb to 4.77bn in 2019 from 689.9m in 2014, Ovum has predicted.

Internet Australia calls on Turnbull to review policy

23 September, 2015 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Internet Australia CEO Laurie Patton is hopeful that Australia's new tech-savvy PM will review the "fundamentally flawed" Data Retention Act and take a more realistic approach to internet legislation.

Getting ready for the Internet of Things

11 June, 2015 by Matt Miller, Director, ANZ, F5 Networks

The Internet of Things is already here and changing the way we work and play, so there is no better time for businesses to take bold actions to deliver on the benefits that it brings.

How the Internet of Things affects network administration

10 November, 2014 by Cricket Liu*

How many Internet of Things devices do you have under your control? If your answer is 'none', you're probably wrong. Here's how to find out, and three golden rules to follow for an IoT deployment.

Big increase in regional online participation

15 August, 2014

Research conducted for the Australian Communications and Media Authority shows a huge jump in regional and rural mobile internet use since 2009.

Telstra to pay $290m for streaming media firm

14 August, 2014 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Telstra has announced the first investment from its new Global Applications and Platforms business - the $290m purchase of nearly all of streaming video and analytics company Ooyala.

Three billion on the internet by year's end

08 May, 2014 by Jonathan Nally

By the end of 2014, there are forecast to be almost 3 billion internet users globally, with two-thirds of them from the developing world.

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