Paddy Manning February 23, 2015 17 Comments
Defenders of the government's mixed-technology NBN plan say fibre isn't that great anyway and that existing pay TV cables will do just fine.
Paddy Manning December 3, 2014 17 Comments
The NBN Co is going to try to roll out broadband using whatever technology is currently available as soon as possible. That will get broadband into homes faster -- but will it be outdated before it even arrives?
Paddy Manning December 13, 2013 18 Comments
The Coalition's broadband plan is more expensive and less efficient than was promised. So is Labor's.
Crikey September 24, 2013 2 Comments
Crikey readers talk the Coalition's broadband plan and what Labor should have done differently on Newstart.
Crikey August 28, 2013
Labor supporters tried to sell the Coalition's broadband plan overseas, but no one was buying.
Crikey May 13, 2013 2 Comments
Crikey readers talk the NBN v the Coalition's broadband plan and whether we are being too harsh on Julia Gillard.
Crikey May 10, 2013 44 Comments
This week the How Fast Is the NBN website has got both Liberal politicians and the media up in arms about its accuracy. But the site's creator, James Brotchie, defends the speeds shown.
Stilgherrian May 9, 2013 75 Comments
A clever website purporting to show the difference between the speed of Labor's NBN and the Coalition's broadband plan has gone viral -- but is it a fair and accurate representation? We fact-check How Fast is the NBN.
Crikey May 8, 2013 5 Comments
NBN website nothing to do with Labor ... MP Dennis Jensen stokes revolt on PPL ... the days of five-hour work lunches on the company card are over ...
Glenn Dyer April 11, 2013 7 Comments
More and more homes in the US are ditching the TV and consuming video content online or via tablets or smartphones. Will Australia follow suit? And if so, what would that mean for our new national broadband?