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Telstra CEO departing amid government animosity

Sol Trujillo, an American and the former CEO of US West, will leave Australia's largest telecommunications company after four years on the job.

By February 26, 2009


Telstra CEO dishes on superfast wireless

Sol Trujillo, CEO of Australia's largest wireless carrier, talks about the company's newly upgraded 21Mbps, 3G wireless network.

By January 28, 2009


Tiny planet extends the borders of our Solar System

A dwarf planet out beyond Pluto has been found orbiting our sun — and there may be another planet 10 times the size of Earth.

By March 26, 2014


Cross your fingers: Bot lets superstition guide stock trades

Autonomous investment system makes live trades based on numerology and astrology. Take that Jim Cramer.

By July 18, 2012


Telstra unveils T[Life] Melbourne

Telstra has thrown the covers off three new stores in Melbourne including the company's largest retail outlet located in the heart of Melbourne's CBD.

By June 25, 2008


Phone with Windows Mobile beta reported stolen

A phone that was given to a Telstra executive and was apparently running the unreleased Windows Mobile 6.5 has gone missing at a wireless trade show in Barcelona.

By February 18, 2009


Ballmer dismisses Google Android

At an event touting Telstra's "Next G" network in Australia, Microsoft's CEO says he doesn't understand Google's revenue-generating strategy regarding the mobile operating system.

By November 6, 2008


Report: Telstra eyes new HTC Android phone

At CES, the Australian carrier touts the virtues of an Android-based gadget in the works, while finding the Palm Pre lacking, says Smarthouse.

By January 12, 2009


iPhone battery lawsuit dismissed

Apple is off the hook after a judge rules the company provided sufficient disclosure on the iPhone's package that the battery could not be replaced by the user.

By September 26, 2008


Worst lawsuit ever

An Illinois man has filed a lawsuit against Apple, incorrectly claiming the iPhone battery will die after 300 charges.

By July 30, 2007