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Transparency and informed consent should be prerequisites for the use of customer data with emerging technology, according to the data leaders of Telstra, Bank of New Zealand, and iCare. But it is still not a common practice in the industry, despite what some companies might say. Sign up for Which-50’s

Telstra has received a formal warning from the communications watchdog for building a base station on top of a government office without consulting affected parties. The Australian reports the telco is also being investigated by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission in a separate incident related to it blocking international

Telstra today launched its first 5G enabled mobile device, a portable hotspot and multimedia tablet. The launch coincides with the release of the first 5G-capable mobile phone in Australia, Samsung’s S10 5G. Both devices will be available in stores tomorrow. The devices mark “day one” of 5G in Australia, according

Australia’s medical software industry, though peppered with some great talent, interesting start-ups, and high potential emerging software platform plays is not necessarily where you would expect to find the next IT unicorn. But there may be one hiding in plain sight. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today

Telstra has added 10 new startups to its Muru-D accelerator program. Part of the “SYD6” cohort, the startups include businesses using digital technology to improve farm connectivity, prevent work stress and optimise workforces. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Chosen from a field of nearly 200, each of the

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5G-connected edge computing will be trialled at Commonwealth Bank branches in an attempt to reduce on site network infrastructure, under a new partnership between the bank, Ericsson and Telstra. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter According to the telco it is the first time in Australia that technology providers

Telstra will be the first telco to activate 5G sites in Sydney and Melbourne after it was granted early access to the 3.6 GHz spectrum it won at auction. The telco can now begin trialling 5G in the capital cities but consumer access isn’t expected anytime soon. Telcos bid on

Telstra and Lexus Australia are testing new communication technology which allows cars to “talk to each other” over cellualr networks to improve road safety.   This cellular technology is an Australian-first and has been awarded $3.5 million in grant funding under the Victorian Government’s Towards Zero program to trial a deployment

Telstra CFO Robyn Denholm has resigned from the telco after accepting the role of chairman with the Tesla Board effective from 13 November 2018. Denholm has been a member of the electric car maker’s board since 2014 and replaces founder and CEO Elon Musk as chairman. Leadership Webinar: Which-50’s 2019

5G will enable increased productivity, workforce participation and new business operations that will contribute between $32 billion and $50 billion to Australia’s GDP by 2030, according to a new study from Deloitte. Commissioned by Telstra, the research “5G Mobile technology: Are businesses ready to seize the opportunity?” was released yesterday