Telco / ISP News
Despite US calls for action.
Finland to investigate Nokia-branded phones after data breach report
Report claims handsets sent information to China.
NBN Co's on-time connections slip to 84 percent
Problems persist in the activation process.
Human Services finally completes plan for free Centrelink wi-fi after 10 years
But forget playing Candy Crush.
Samsung sees tough year with trade risks, slow growth: co-CEO
Demand slowdown for memory chips.
Govt to spend $220m on mobile, co-fund NBN area switches
Responds to regional telecommunications review.
Facebook says no one who watched Christchurch attack livestream reported it
Says multiple techniques used to weed out copies.
China rejects 'abnormal' US spying concerns as EU pushes trade
China's top diplomat goes to Brussels to cool growing EU frustration over trade.
Telstra, Optus and Vodafone temporarily block websites after Christchurch attack
Updated: As NZ telcos seek longer-term solution.
Telstra and Optus secure round four mobile blackspot sites
First activations later this year.
Huawei pleads not guilty to US charges in New York court
Over 13-count indictment .
Google's work in China benefiting China's military: US general
"We watch with great concern."
Home Affairs chief Pezzullo decries rise of the 'digital industrial complex'
Cyber tsar worried about "connectivity without values".
Facebook, Messenger and related apps go offline worldwide
Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger affected users say.
Telstra to act faster to fix copper faults
Must carry more spares, perform upgrades.
Huawei, ZTE face retrenchments, espionage claims "so-far unfounded": Fitch Solutions
Lower prices and cheap credit propels purchases.
Vodafone OZ charts own 5G path... despite 15 other Vodas going virtual
Infrastructure still being defined, while much of VodaWorld is already software-defined.
Pharmacy's buzzer suspected of jamming car keys in Perth
Interference locks customers out of their cars.
Vodafone starts re-purposing 2100 MHz spectrum to 4G
Work to continue through 2019.
No "silent lambs": China supports Huawei's bid for US legal redress
Chinese government's top diplomat speaks out.