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Vodafone drops 3G card price

Mobile service provider Vodafone has reduced the rice of its Vodafone Mobile Connect (VMC) 3G data card with the anticipation of further growth in the wireless broadband market.

SA launches broadband network

South Australian Minister for Science and Information Economy Karlene Maywald will this week launch a new broadband network worth more than $1.1 million.

Spam laws go up for review

Federal Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Senator Helen Coonan has called for public submissions to review the Spam Act of 2003.

Unwired readies WiMax for 2007

Wireless broadband company Unwired will make WiMax available to Australian users by 2007 and claim it will rival Telstra's broadband services.

Union to fight Telstra job cuts

The Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) has called on the federal government to intervene and stop Telstra from cutting up to 12,000 jobs over the next five years.

Telstra to cut 10,000 jobs

Telstra today announced it will cut 10,000 jobs over five years which is part of a massive overhaul of the telco's operations.

Best Western goes high speed in 2006

Best Western Hotels is rolling out high-speed Internet access for guests worldwide from January 1, 2006, except in Australia where it will only be available in 15 percent of rooms.

Coonan defends Australia's broadband services

Communications Minister Helen Coonan has defended the state of broadband Internet services in Australia in the wake of claims they lag well behind other countries including Canada and Korea.

WA government reviews a raft of Internet laws

The Western Australian government is focusing on new Internet legislation. The government wants uniform Internet laws relating to child porn and has launched a crackdown on people who post voyeuristic photographs of children online. The move follows ...

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