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Communications Policy and Research Forum, 15-16 November 2010, Sydney, Australia

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15 Dec 2010

Online social networking sites such as Facebook have grown exponentially in recent times, yet little research has examined how the mainstream news media use the information available on these sites. This study explores how the Australian media used the social networking site Facebook in reporting...

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15 Dec 2010

Notions about innovation have been essentially been ignored during the debates about Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN) project. This paper draws upon the work of two established theorists on innovation, Joseph A Schumpeter and Clayton Christensen (each from a different era and holding a differing...

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15 Dec 2010

The launch of the Apple iPad in January 2010 was one of the most anticipated and publicised launched of a new technological device in recent history. Positioning itself as between a smart phone and a PC, but with the attributes of both, Apple have sought...

Conference paper

15 Dec 2010

Australia is currently embarking on a unique infrastructure project that may change the nature of the Last Mile access to Australian telecommunications forever. The National Broadband Network is designed to bring 'Internet' access to 98% of the Australian population by a mixture of fibre wireless...

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15 Dec 2010

Mobile premium services are the best known and most widely used form of mobile payment to date. They are essentially a method of electronic payment, a platform on which consumers can purchase content such as ringtones, games or news updates (generally via sending an SMS...

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