Telstra's half-year profit tumbles 27 per cent to $1.2 billion as the telco feels the full force of the NBN taking away its wholesale fixed-line customers.
Telstra faces a potential clash with Adelaide City Council if it wants to display third-party advertising on upgraded payphones that have already sparked controversy interstate.
A new undersea cable from Singapore promises to bring for the first time high-speed, reliable internet to Christmas Island, one of Australia's most remote territories. For young people especially, it's a welcome upgrade.
The Federal Court finds the company misled customers who unknowingly bought games, ringtones and other digital content via the telco's direct billing service.
Former Victorian premier John Brumby resigns from the board of Chinese technology firm Huawei just three days after the US announced it would prosecute the company on a litany of charges.
Zhenya Tsvetnenko is facing extradition to the US for allegedly defrauding mobile phone customers by billing them for unwanted premium SMS services. This is how direct billing schemes operate here and how to avoid being caught out.
Telstra chief executive Andrew Penn says political fear-mongering in countries including Australia, the United States and United Kingdom is "unhealthy" and "potentially dangerous".
Apple expects to release a patch this week to resolve the bug, which lets iPhone users hear audio from people who have not yet picked up a video call.
Telco TPG is ceasing the rollout of its mobile network, which would have been a fourth competitor in the Australian mobile phone market.
Many farmers now use apps to control watering systems, monitor their crops and animals and even close gates, but mobile phone blackspots in regional areas are playing havoc with that technology.