NBN is cutting prices to get more people onto higher speed plans, but ISP MyRepublic says there's one key reason why NBN is focusing on 50Mbps.
First Telstra, now Optus -- the competition watchdog is cracking down on ISPs for selling customers NBN speeds their connections just can't support.
Samsung's new flagship is here, with its big screen, dual cameras and the famously nifty stylus. So how much will all that tech cost you?
From no bars to gold bars: Optus' biggest ever investment will bring better mobile coverage to regional and remote Australia and help to nix black spots.
Optus customers no longer just have the soccer to watch -- the telco has snagged an exclusive deal to launch National Geographic's new multimedia app.
The ISP is forking out a cool AU$1.9 billion to build a network that will cover 80 percent of the Australian population.
It might only be a few extra bucks a month, but is Telstra's price increase a sign that Foxtel is struggling to compete for premium rights deals?
It's the phone everyone is talking about, but if you want to get the retro-fabulous Nokia 3310 in Australia, you'd better think again.
If you're going to sneak a peek at a game while you're at work or dinner, you might as well do it for free.
An Australia-wide site-block is no match for a website that can play dodgeball with the best of them.
If you're a subscriber to Foxtel's sports or platinum packages, you'll be on the hook for a higher monthly fee come February 2017.
Goodbye Pirate Bay, farewell TorrentHound -- Australia's ISPs have been ordered to block a raft of torrenting sites, though rights holders like Foxtel and Village Roadshow have to foot the bill.
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.