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A "honeypot" to chase pirates: Concerns raised over data retention laws

The Shadow Communications Minister and Shadow Attorney-General have raised concerns that new data retention laws could be used to chase pirates, as a committee hearing on the laws reveals that a final definition for metadata remains elusive.

By 17 December 2014


'Censorship by internet filter': Industry reacts to proposed piracy laws

As content distributors and ISPs tentatively welcome proposed anti-piracy regulations, consumer groups and IP experts have slammed the changes as a form of "internet filter"

By 10 December 2014


Legal downloads not cutting it for Australians: Comms Alliance survey

New research shows Australians are still unimpressed with content availability in this country, saying the answer to tackling piracy is cheaper and quicker access to TV shows and movies, not increased regulation.

By 12 November 2014


Clearwire board urges shareholders to OK Sprint offer

Board says the deal is the best offer for Clearwire, despite other companies showing interest.

By 14 May 2013


Steve Jobs wanted Wi-Fi to replace networks

Talk about control freak: Steve Jobs wanted to replace networks with Wi-Fi spectrum for the iPhone launch, giving Apple total control.

By 16 November 2011


Steve Jobs wanted to 'replace' carriers using Wi-Fi spectrum

Apple's iPhone is well-known for breaking some traditional barriers with wireless companies, but the company might have taken it one step further by offering its own wireless service, according to a report from IDG.

By 16 November 2011


Clearwire names new president and CEO

The 4G wireless provider has promoted its Chief Operating Officer Erik Prusch to president and CEO.

By 10 August 2011


Clearwire: We're not dumping WiMax

Clearwire's technology guru tells CNET how the company plans to juggle two 4G technologies, and why it's making the move now.

By 5 August 2011


Clearwire announces LTE shift as losses mount

Clearwire reports wider losses for the second quarter. The company also announces it plans to use 4G LTE technology on top of its existing WiMax network.

By 4 August 2011


Clearwire CEO William Morrow resigns

Company is shaking up its executive leadership, amid financial troubles. John Stanton, currently chairman of the board, will serve as interim CEO.

By 11 March 2011