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Telstra caught in a perfect storm as 5G and the NBN threaten major disruption

Telstra caught in a perfect storm as 5G and the NBN threaten major disruption

Telstra has failed, in the past, to take advantage of its position as the essential core of a networked world. How will they survive the next technological onslaught?

What will it take to undo Turnbull’s NBN damage?

What will it take to undo Turnbull’s NBN damage?

Crikey readers on the NBN's failures and the Nine-Fairfax fallout

Independent report confirms we’re paying a Turnbull Tax on broadband

Independent report confirms we’re paying a Turnbull Tax on broadband

The failings of the NBN — and the high cost Australians are paying for Malcolm Turnbull's mishandling of it — have now been confirmed independently.

Sam Chisholm and the rupturing of Australia’s digital future

Sam Chisholm and the rupturing of Australia’s digital future

Sam Chisholm's backroom antics helped cause Telstra's decline and the sorry state of Australia's digital media landscape.

Telstra revamp suggests NBN rollout failure is even worse than we thought

Telstra revamp suggests NBN rollout failure is even worse than we thought

NBN insists it will complete its rollout by 2020. Telstra management doesn't appear to share its optimism, and has scaled back its expectations of NBN-derived revenue based on its own estimate of the troubled broadband provider's rollout.

NBN Co always had obsolete technology, now it has to admit it

NBN Co always had obsolete technology, now it has to admit it

Bill Morrow's departure from NBN is just more proof that mobile technology is cutting the NBN's lunch and gobbling it down.

Crikey Worm: only a quarter of these NBN users will get top speeds

Crikey Worm: only a quarter of these NBN users will get top speeds

Good morning, early birds. Some 75% of NBN customers using fibre-to-the-node technology will not be able to access the internet at top speeds. Plus, a former Aboriginal affairs minister has criticised the government for its handling of last year's Uluru Statement. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Covering Melbourne … the most-read newspaper … Telcos pulled into line …

Covering Melbourne … the most-read newspaper … Telcos pulled into line …

The story yesterday of the car attack in Melbourne's city, apart from some ill-placed advertising and some bad takes online, was as good as can be expected.

Crikey Worm: all eyes on Bennelong

Crikey Worm: all eyes on Bennelong

Good morning, early birds. The torturous Bennelong byelection campaign comes to a close -- and there is much at stake. Plus, the government invokes the spectre of tertiary education cuts. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.

Crikey Worm: Rudd joins the NBN blame game

Crikey Worm: Rudd joins the NBN blame game

Good morning, early birds. Kevin Rudd has hit back at the government's blame-shifting for the NBN debacle, and Australian refugee lawyers fight to keep the Manus Island detention centre open. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.