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Optus pushes into smart homes through flagship store launch

Optus’ smart lounge room (Image: Corinne Reichert/ZDNet) Optus has marked a greater push into the consumer smart home business with the launch of the first of five “experiential” flagship stores aimed at making it simpler for customers to adopt Internet of Things (IoT) solutions in their homes. The store, officially ...

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iPhone 8 and 8 Plus Australian pricing

Apple and Australia’s three biggest telecommunications providers — Telstra, Optus, and Vodafone Australia — have unveiled their iPhone 8 and 8 Plus pricing alongside pre-orders from Friday afternoon and launch on September 22. Purchasing the iPhone 8 outright from Apple will set Australians back AU$1,079 for the 64GB model or ...

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Government urges industry piracy code under new regulations

(Image: Screenshot by Corinne Reichert/ZDNet) Australia’s carriage service providers (CSPs) have been asked by the federal government to voluntarily help develop a code for online access to copyright content under new draft regulations. Under Section 18 of the Copyright Regulations 2017 exposure draft [PDF], released this week, an industry code ...

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New mobile plans for TPG and Vaya ahead of 'iPhone X' launch

TPG’s new mobile plans (Image: TPG) Australian mobile mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) TPG and Vaya have both announced new mobile plans ahead of Apple’s iPhone launch event this week, during which it will reportedly unveil three new smartphones: The iPhone 8, the iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X. ...

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Singtel to end ADSL service to commercial buildings

Singtel says it will no longer deploy copper-based or ADSL services to commercial buildings from April next year. It also would begin to terminate such connections that support the telco’s broadband, TV, digital voice, and private network services. This was expected to be completed by early-2018, Singtel said in a ...

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Ericsson developing autonomous vehicle software cloud platform

(Image: Ericsson) Ericsson has announced partnering with automotive software developer Zenuity to develop an end-to-end platform for connected safety, advanced driver assistance support (ADAS), and autonomous driving software and functions. Zenuity, a joint venture between Volvo and automotive safety system company Autoliv, will use Ericsson’s mobile connectivity management Internet of ...

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​NGINX builds platform for application development and delivery

Getty Images/iStockphoto Web server and application delivery company NGINX has unveiled a suite of products that will allow teams to build or modernise applications using DevOps tools and includes best practices for cloud, containers, and microservices. Its new NGINX Application Platform combines application delivery tools, an application server and policy-driven ...

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