Stories by Darren Pauli

NSW Treasurer caves to computers-for-schools

The NSW government has buckled and signed on to the federal government's $1.2 billion computers-for-schools plan after allegedly demanding an extra $245 million to cover implementation costs.

Bush broadband worth $6000 to ISPs

Internet service providers will receive up to $6000 per customer to supply broadband to the bush, after the government poured an extra $4000 into subsidies available under the Australian Broadband Guarantee (ABG).

Telcos separate over NBN regulation

The telecommunications industry remains split over the need for structural separation in the National Broadband Network (NBN), after submissions to government from ISPs and consumer advocacy groups failed to agree on a suitable regulatory framework.

Opposition launches NBN investigation

The Coalition has launched a senate inquiry into the government's National Broadband Network (NBN) proposal to evaluate its effects on competition, existing services and the need for private investment.

QLD smart licence to go national

Expectations that Queensland's emerging smart card driver licence will become a national model could see card readers in every Australian business, home, club and local video shop.

Next G gets a speed boost

Telstra's 3G network will be faster, cheaper and have more capacity following a deal with Ericsson to install Direct Tunnel technology.

Former ACCC commissioner joins ACMA

A former Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) staffer and an ex-radiocommunications regulator have been appointed to the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) board, under the government's new merit-based recruitment c...

Ambos get world first mobile data app

Ambulance services across Australia are rolling out a new laptop data application to store clinical information on thousands of patients to improve paramedic training, patient care, industry standards and research.

NSW Police to use mobile fingerprinting by 2009

A fleet of portable fingerprint scanners to be deployed to NSW police officers will make it near impossible for shoplifters, petty thieves and protesters to weasel out of fines and court appearances.

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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