Energy generator and retailer AGL has withdrawn its $3 billion takeover offer for Vocus — the second suitor to walk away from the telecommunications company in the past fortnight.
AGL has signalled an aggressive move to broaden its business away from legacy coal-burning infrastructure to data infrastructure with its bid for the telecommunications business Vocus.
The Chinese telecommunications company says the US President is using cybersecurity threats as an excuse to use "the strength of an entire nation to come after a private company".
The WA Government faces fresh calls to review Huawei's contract to supply communications technology for the state's public transport system amid a growing supply crisis in the US and suspension of business operations with Google.
If you're fed up with receiving political campaign texts and calls, unfortunately there's not much you can do about it.
Sydney Swans members receive robocalls from the club's head coach John Longmire, urging them to attend tonight's AFL clash against Essendon at the SCG.
The ACCC says it will oppose the $15 billion merger of Australia's third and fourth biggest telcos, TPG and Vodafone, arguing consumers may end up paying higher prices for less innovative mobile plans.
In 2009 we were promised a fast National Broadband Network with optical fibre cables direct to most homes and businesses. Instead, we've ended up with a mix of technologies including optical fibre, copper wires, Hybrid Fibre Coaxial, fixed wireless and satellite.
Richard Luxton has been involved in a nasty game of back and forth with the telco giant regarding a portion of his 10,000 acres of Coomalie bushland, near the turnoff to the iconic Litchfield National Park, which still remains without resolution.
In another bad product release for Samsung, its brand-new folding Galaxy Fold smartphone appears to be breaking after being used for only a couple of days, according to journalists reviewing the device before launch.