QRSciences (ASX: QRS) has completed the planned acquisition of Diversified Opportunities Incorporated and is making the initial investment required to complete more acquisitions in the future.
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Information Technology consultancy firm Ingena Group (ASX: IGG) continues to be an attractive investment prospect, according to analysts ABN AMRO Morgans (AAM).
Dark Blue Sea (ASX: DBS) has began its planned share buy-back, with a purchase of 139,000 shares.
Commander Communications Limited (ASX: CDR) is beginning to show signs of recovering four months into a turnaround plan designed to reverse the company's ill fortunes.
Tritel Australia has signed an agreement with investment holding company GPG Group to provide payphone services to the group's shopping centres, parent company Reverse Corp Limited (ASX: REF) announced on Friday.
Telstra (ASX: TLS) is expecting a total revenue growth of around 3% a year up until 2010, according to Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo.
Telecom Corporation of New Zealand (ASX: TEL) has bought back over a million shares, at a cost of over NZ$4 million (AUD$3.5 million).
Reverse Corp Limited (ASX: REF), the company behind the 1800-reverse collect call service, forecasted on Friday that its year-end profits would not be significantly lower than last year's despite a precipitous drop in share-price.
NetComm Australia (ASX: NTC) will soon be supplying Telstra with around AUD$10.5 million worth of telecommunications equipment.
Mobi Limited (ASX:MBI) announced that they have settled their heated legal battle with former employee Garry Sholl.
Entertainment Media and Telecoms Limited [EMT] (ASX: ETC) announced on Friday that their planned complete acquisition of Malaysian mobile security provider Nexbis will go ahead despite difficulties raising the required capital.
Senator Stephen Conroy has spruiked the Rudd Government's commitment to funding ICT innovation during TechFest, an event showcasing Australian ICT research projects.
Late last year Greg Farr, long-serving Australian Tax Office CIO, was poached into what at the time many considered to be the least desirable senior IT job in the country.
Only a third of the world's top 21 Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have begun the move to IPv6, according to Latif Ladid, president of the IPv6 Forum.
Australia's ICT industry needs to focus on the possibilities of IPv6 and how the technology will transform online communities.