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In the opening keynote at the Intel Developer Forum today, Intel showed off wearable tech, Internet of Things boards, wireless charging, and it introduced the 2015 version of the Core processor, codenamed Skylake.
I must admit that, since we tested the Huawei E5 mobile 3G router two years ago, I’ve been using it every time I travel. I love it. But I also know that Vodafone now has fast 3G cell towers, so I was pretty keen to try them out with the Vodafone Pocket WiFi.
Vodafone has joined the ranks of the large cap broadband providers after it revealed a 200GB "Chocka Naked" broadband plan, without fanfare, early this week.
New Zealand internet service provider Orcon has announced an unlimited broadband plan for $99 per month.
Orcon is offering free internet to those who choose to switch to ultra-fast broadband, and will do so for the rest of the year, the company announced today.
Despite customer complaints during TelstraClear's weekend of unmetered data last weekend, which speeds of the network slowed significantly, Snap Internet is going to offer its customers unlimited broadband data from Friday 8pm to Monday 8am.
TelstraClear's weekend of unlimited data was managed well, according to a report from a company that specialises in broadband measurement.
Struggling network infrastructure vendor Nokia Siemens Networks is planning to cut 17,000 jobs worldwide, as it aims to cut €1 billion (US$1.35 billion) from its costs by the end of 2013, the company said Wednesday.
Orcon has updated customers on its ultra-fast broadband plans and said that users of Orcon's voice over IP device, the Genius, will be able to switch to fibre as soon as fibre is available in their street.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has ranked Australia 14th - two spots behind neighbouring New Zealand - in a recent study of ICT competitiveness with a strong focus on broadband.
When you name a product “Genius”, expectations are unsurprisingly high.
Telecom has doubled the data caps of customers on some of its Total Home broadband plans. The company said the changes will affect half a million New Zealanders.
Orcon's new Genius service and modem/phone launched yesterday, and according to Orcon, it's already immensely popular. Orcon had it's busiest web/phone sales day ever yesterday, and some 80% of those ordering Genius were new subscribers.
Orcon’s new Genius is the first product to combine
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