Telecommunications Deals May Prove a Boon to WA
June 7th, 2001

After paying $17 billion for the company, which they valued at $20bn including debts, Singtel announced early that they would still operate all Optus’ businesses — including local and long distance phone calls, the mobile phone network and pay TV.

The Future of DVD
October 16th, 2011

DVD outstripped VHS in sales and rentals in 2003, toppling the latter’s 25-year reign over home video consumption. But some believe the Digital Versatile Disc is dying out already as the world shifts towards digital video delivery.


Walk on the Wireless Side
May 1st, 2008

The term ‘wireless’ has different connotations. Over the last ten years as we’ve amassed an array of new devices to attach to and communicate with our PC, mobile or both. On the other hand it also means we’ve become entangled in cables.

Are companies ready for Android?
January 29th, 2012

Android gets a bad rap but the OS itself isn’t that bad from a security perspective. The problem is the lack of timely updates from manufacturers who create their own modified versions.


Every Move You Make
April 24th, 2015

I shouldn’t have been surprised. It was a blatant example of what’s been dubbed “The Other Internet”, a layer of businesses that work in the background to capture and trade details about what you like and visit online.

Apple Without Jobs?
October 23rd, 2008

If the CEO of any other multinational company fell ill, it wouldn’t generate such comment — compared to Jobs, they’re interchangeable suit-wearing lawyers, politicians and number crunchers who flit from one company, regulator and law firm to another and back again.






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