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Firefox Quantum vs Chrome: Are the tides shifting?

Video: Firefox Quantum will give you a faster browser but there’s a price to pay Mozilla has a new web browser, called Firefox Quantum, to compete with Google Chrome. Firefox Quantum launched in November 2017 for Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, and Windows users. This latest version arrives more than a ...

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Telstra showcases 5G network capabilities

(Image: Telstra) Telstra has showcased its new 5G Innovation Lab and trial network on the Gold Coast, pulling in single user download speeds of over 3Gbps. While director of Networks Mike Wright would not specify where and when Telstra expects to commercially launch 5G first, he told ZDNet that 2018 ...

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Ultra-fast FTTP broadband is coming: But will your town get it?

Video: UK hits 95 percent superfast broadband coverage Three million homes and businesses could have access to fibre-to-the-premises broadband with speeds of up to 1Gbps within two years, under plans from BT’s infrastructure arm Openreach. While the UK’s telephone and internet network is built on century-old copper wire, Openreach has ...

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Cisco invests AU$1m in Adelaide smart city trials

(Image: Cisco) Cisco has announced that it will be investing AU$1 million in a pilot of smart city technology in Adelaide under a partnership with the South Australian government and the City of Adelaide. The pilot, which runs between January 29 and February 3, will make use of its new ...

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Key NBN takeaways from ABC's Cabinet documents

Australian Cabinet-in-Confidence documents published by the ABC on Wednesday have shown what the National Broadband Network (NBN) funding and negotiation plans looked like back in 2009. Two of the documents — which the ABC obtained after someone purchased a filing cabinet during an ex-government sale that had the papers locked ...

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Vision from radio, data from light

Video: Worth the wait? Wi-Fi getting major security upgrade for first time in 15 years Two indoor phenomena that we take for granted every day are indoor lighting and radio waves. We depend on light to move around a room and avoid obstacles. Radio waves power the wireless communications that ...

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