The focus of Telstra investor day this year is its new 5G mobile network. Sure it's fast, but will phone users notice the difference and will it be quick enough to drive people away from the NBN?
They may be slightly off the beaten track, but two towns in South Australia say Google and Apple have got it wrong when it comes to travel times — and it's costing both towns crucial tourism trade.
From military bases and the offices of government lawyers to street corners and on buses, we're being watched by cameras made by surveillance companies accused of spying for China.
The Communications Minister has blocked a move from NBN Co to increase pricing for bush customers, after a Labor press conference highlighting the change.
Five years ago Tony Abbott announced a massive plan to fix mobile coverage in the bush. An ABC investigation has discovered almost one in six towers funded under round one are not yet operational.
NBN Co issues a statement following the backlash from gamers in response to comments made by the head of the National Broadband Network.
Online gamers are called out by the head of the National Broadband Network as a major cause of congestion on the fixed wireless network.
It turns out delivering broadband to the bush is going to more expensive than previously thought, as take-up rates exceed predictions by several times, and towers fixed wireless towers become congested.
As more Australians in regional areas connect to the National Broadband Network, congestion is creating havoc during busy times, with 18 locations identified as delivering speeds below 3 megabit per second during peak hours.
The internet has revolutionised communication, but voice calls are declining in some demographics, and that means we may be losing out on a powerful part of what connects us to each other, writes Barbara Keys.