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The EA Rugby series has evolved steadily in terms of graphics and content over its history, but question marks have remained over its gameplay. Thankfully, although the game engine remains largely the same, there have been enough notable additions to...

BigAir aims high-speed wireless at big business

While many broadband ISPs eagerly follow the progress of ADSL technology to even greater upload and download speeds, wireless broadband has been left in the dark, according to BigAir CEO, Jason Ashton.

Internode accelerates ADSL2+ rollout

Internode has increased its rollout of ADSL2+ broadband infrastructure with an additional 46 exchanges expected to be completed by the end of the year.

Internode eyes Annex to double upload speeds

Internode is approaching the last hurdle of an Australian Communications Industry Forum (ACIF) approval that, once finalized, will allow the Internet service provider to double broadband upload speeds.

Insurer hopes to Net more buyers

A new online insurance brokering service has been launched in Australia to ease customers through the tedious process of finding, buying or renewing general insurance.

SkypeIn calls Australia home

Skype users are being freed up thanks to the Australian launch of SkypeIn which allows users to receive calls on their computer from ordinary phones.

Optus the catalyst for ADSL2 adoption

The arrival of Optus ADSL2 will kick-off the critical mass needed to get the ADSL2 ball rolling, according to the chairman of the Service Providers Association (SPAN), John Kranenburg.

Federal Court cans spammer

Clarity1 has become the first company to be successfully prosecuted under the 2003 Spam Act after the Perth Federal Court ruled in favour of the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).

VoIP in a stick

GoTalk Broadband Voice has released a USB memory stick that allows talkative types to plug into any PC in the world and VoIP away.

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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