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All our broadband eggs still in one basket

Ian Apperley

Vodafone, TelstraClear keep top spots in TrueNet ISP tests

TrueNet’s January report covering the last six months shows ISPs have generally improved when it comes to webpage download speed.

No infringement notices so far – ISPs

UPDATED:  Sony Pictures NZ general manager said rights owners are working with ISPs for a smooth transition into the notice regime.

iPad in hand, Orcon boss launches 020 mobile service

APPLE OF HIS EYE: Orcon's mobile service has launched with a pedestrian line-up of handsets (see below). But the company has Micro-SIMs - which will only work in an iPhone 4 or  iPad  3G - on order. And until the Micro-SIMs arrive, Orcon has a service to cut any standard SIM card to fit an iPhone or iPad (Mr Bartlett poses with an iPad 3G using a trimmed-down Orcon SIM).

Iggy Pop's new lust for life: promoting broadband

This is not Mr Pop's first outing as a pitchman.

iiNet in the gun: Aussie copyright case will ripple through NZ

A copyright case between an Australian internet service provider and numerous US film studios could have far reaching effects on the New Zealand film, telecommunications and legal industries, law firm Lowndes Jordan says.

iiNet is currently defending allegations it encouraged and assisted its customers in breaching copyright laws by downloading music and films illegally.