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Telstra trial to bring solar power into exchanges
Cutting energy costs with technology trials.
Nov 4 2013 6:16AM
Telstra to back up base stations with fuel cells
New power source added to design standards.
Oct 31 2013 1:47PM
Trident reveals $400m subsea network design
Latest bid for a Perth-Singapore cable, with a twist.
Aug 1 2013 1:10PM
NBN Co to build satellite facility at Roma
Subject to development approval.
Oct 16 2012 1:01AM
Metro Trains brings free wi-fi trial online
Three month trial begins.
Aug 27 2012 11:54AM
Stolen NASA laptop stored space station code
Space agency reveals IT security breaches.
Mar 2 2012 7:45AM
Leighton to build its own Singapore-Perth cable
Deal signed for 4800 km submarine cable.
May 10 2011 1:22PM
Nokia-Siemens unveils antennas for Liquid Radio
Base station deconstruction heats up.
Mar 22 2011 1:21PM
Alcatel creates tiny base stations for data surge
Will make femtocells "paperweights".
Feb 8 2011 6:32AM
Ubiquisys reveals tiny portable femtocell
Carry-along base station for travellers.
Jan 28 2011 6:39AM
Mount Everest gains its own mobile phone base station
TeliaSonera climbs a mountain to gain subscribers.
Nov 1 2010 6:36AM
Telstra builds a $200,000 mobile exchange
Have a look inside the trailer.
Jul 28 2009 5:00AM
Space station pilots 'interplanetary internet'
Disruption tolerant communications protocol being tested on the international space station.
Jul 13 2009 10:30AM
Telstra brings regional exchanges up to speed
Telstra is one week into an upgrade of 421 regional exchanges to ADSL2+ and has also announced a $42 million investment in Next G base stations to be rolled out before the end of June.
Apr 1 2009 10:47AM
Crucial shuttle mission good to go
The space shuttle Endeavour has been given the green light for takeoff tomorrow on a crucial mission that will double the crew size of the International Space Station (ISS).
Nov 14 2008 3:18PM
Computer virus hits space station
A computer virus has made it onto the International Space Station (ISS), but Nasa says there is no danger to critical systems.
Aug 28 2008 7:42AM
Space Station fixes number one priority
The faulty toilet on the International Space Station has now been fixed, much to the relief of the astronauts onboard..
Jun 6 2008 10:34AM
Space Station in paper plane stunt
The International Space Station is to conduct a series of 'experiments', including flying a paper aeroplane and throwing a boomerang in a vacuum..
Jan 25 2008 7:50AM
Toshiba touts wireless docking station
Toshiba has unveiled a wireless ultra wide band port replicator allowing UWB-enabled laptops to connect wirelessly to a range of peripherals including an external monitor.
Jul 30 2007 1:30PM
Space Station shifts orbit to dodge rubbish
The International Space Station has shifted its orbit to avoid the tons of rubbish that it jettisoned yesterday.
Jul 26 2007 4:15PM
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