As Google boss Eric Schmidt knows, whenever he goes on the record about something as politically sensitive as Australia's $36 billion publicly funded National Broadband Network, it will get reported. Therefore, one has to wonder why he so willingly blurted out in an interview that the NBN will enable Australians to waste more time on YouTube.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: MarketThe Foundation for Young Australians has successfully integrated IBM’s SPSS analytics platform into its research capabilities, which IBM says has resulted in significant boosts to the organisation’s reputation as a national leader in its field.
The Labor party’s desperate attempt to bribe tech-savvy Australians with a promise to deliver a 1Gbps national broadband network, sometime over the next 8 years, at a cost of tens of billions of dollars is a disgrace and needs to be exposed.
One Australian has begun a crusade hoping to provide NBN Co with information that’ll enable it to better target release sites for the nation’s new high-speed National Broadband Network (NBN) based on consumer demand.
Although possibly tempered by events of the past couple of days, a recent survey shows that Australians are much more concerned about their financial and identity security than any possible terrorism threat.
Communications minister, senator Stephen Conroy has table the ACMA's annual communications report in Parliament. It shows Australians increasing love of mobile phones for data and in lieu of fixed lines.