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Telstra, Optus, Vodafone complaints rise as zero recorded for Pivotel

(Image: TIO/Comms Alliance) Telco complaints have risen from 8.3 to 8.7 complaints per 10,000 services in operation (SIO) on average, according to the latest quarterly report published by the Australian Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) and Communications Alliance, with Telstra, Optus, and Vodafone Australia all clocking in at higher complaints ratios. ...

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Telstra backs two more subsea cables

The two new subsea cable systems (Image: Telstra) Telstra has announced investing in two new Pacific submarine cable systems connecting Hong Kong with the West Coast of the United States, which the telco said would deliver lower latency than the currently used Asia-America Gateway (AAG). The new Hong Kong Americas ...

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Want more privacy online? ProtonMail brings its free VPN to Android

Video: 10 steps to bulletproof your digital life Switzerland-based encrypted-email provider ProtonMail has released a version of its VPN, called ProtonVPN, for Android. ProtonVPN is from the same developers at CERN who built ProtonMail, a web-based email service that offers end-to-end encryption between ProtonMail users. The company launched the desktop ...

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Google releasing fix for Chromecast Wi-Fi crashes

CNET/ CBS Interactive Google on Wednesday said it will release an update Jan. 18 to fix a bug in Cast software on Android phones that dramatically slows down WiFi networks. Reports have been circulating this week the Google Home Max speaker can knock the TP-Link Archer C7 router offline. In ...

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Hawaiki subsea cable reaches halfway point

TE SubCom’s Responder ship (Image: Corinne Reichert/ZDNet) The $350 million Hawaiki Transpacific Submarine Cable System has now reached the halfway point of its rollout across the Pacific Ocean, with the 15,000km subsea cable to connect Australia and New Zealand to Hawaii and the West Coast of the United States. More ...

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Alibaba neural network defeats human in global reading test

Alibaba says its deep neural network model has outscored humans in a global reading test, paving the way for the underlying technology to reduce the need for human input. The Chinese tech giant’s research unit, Institute of Data Science of Technologies (IDST), said it had developed a deep-learning model that ...

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