More than 5,100 homes and businesses across WA are set to get faster internet when the National Broadband Network rolls out in March next year.
The University of NSW says it has issued 238 fines - estimated to total around $100,000 - to students illicitly downloading copyright infringing material such as movies and TV shows on its Wi-Fi network since 2008.
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Mobile phone blackspots in areas savaged by bushfire are still waiting for Federal Government funding, despite lobbying from the State Government and Emergency Services Commissioner.
A student fined hundreds of dollars for pirating Comedy Central's The Daily Show over the University of NSW's Wi-Fi network says it hasn't deterred him from downloading movies and TV shows illicitly.
Queensland's peak taxi body has upped the ante in its battle against ride-sharing app Uber, with an extensive media campaign about to kick off.
An executive of a car hire service which has risen from tech start-up to $US17 billion international giant in four years declared to a dinner table that the company should spend $1 million hiring private investigators to dig up dirt on journalists to silence them.
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On Wednesday the telco activated the first 150 hotspots out of an initial 1000 trial locations in urban and regional centres.