On Wednesday, the two telecommunications companies announced a deal that will see TPG migrate its customers to Vodafone, who it will provide 5G-capable optic fibre infrastructure for through 2015.
NBN has officially launched fibre to the node, saying it will deliver fast broadband speeds "more quickly" with less inconvenience and cost. But the company admits some will never be convinced.
The company's Connectivity Lab has designed a laser detector that can bring 2Gbps speeds to wireless communications.
A system of robotic motion uses bundles of pneumatic tubes as muscles that control a skeleton's movements.
Tony Cross will wrap up with the NBN on Friday, after two years serving as its chief architect. He oversaw the company's transition from fibre-to-the-home to fibre-to-the-node.
A white version of Bowers & Wilkins' minimalist home speaker is arriving this fall.
According to Akamai's latest State of the Internet report, we're facing a tale of two speeds in Australia: magnificent on mobile, bloody awful on fixed broadband.
Labor has announced it will stick with the government's use of HFC in the NBN, but will now aim for two million fibre-to-the-premises installations and phasing out FTTN as soon as possible.
This week, we take a look at Apple's WWDC announcements, the current NBN turmoil and the best in show at E3 2016.
The NBN has a tumultuous history, drawing criticism from virtually anyone with a political skin in the game. But now the chair of the company behind the project has been called out for jumping into the fray.