Nothing says "time to go back to school" like a new way to watch Netflix, YouTube and Foxtel (for research of course). Here are our favourite devices for doing just that.
Australia's communications regulator will require telcos to meet higher standards when advertising NBN services, connecting users and handling complaints.
TPG is now the third ISP to refund NBN customers after promising more than it could deliver over fibre to the node technology.
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.
2.5 million Australians face an even longer wait for the NBN.
Foxtel's cutting the cord and playing nice with competitors.
Tens of thousands of customers were sold high speeds, despite not being able to get these speeds in the real world thanks to the limitations of FTTN.
Telstra wants your NBN to be unlimited (in data terms at least)
Sick of searching across apps? Telstra's set-top box changes that.
We're not happy with our phone and internet services, and we're complaining like never before. But there's more to the numbers than bad copper connections.
In the lead up to Apple and Samsung’s big new September releases, Telstra entices mobile users with a free 12 month subscription to Foxtel Now.
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.