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Telstra announces another national WiFi rollout
Party like it's 2004 Telstra has announced that its re-entry into the wireless hotspot business will go into live trial before the end of the
Hong Kong protest puts mesh nets to the test in state censorship smash
FireChat becomes tool of choice for organizers Protesters in Hong Kong have turned to the FireChat app to communicate online – because it uses mesh
Schoolgirl Heading To Syria 'Self-Radicalised'
Family friends say the 15-year-old girl, from Bristol, had been viewing extremist material on her phone and computer.
Wednesday's National Newspaper Front Pages
Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash on the front pages of Wednesday's national newspapers.
First Case Of Ebola Diagnosed In The US
The first case of ebola has been diagnosed in the United States, health officials have confirmed.
Estate Agent Killing: Suspect Pleads Not Guilty
Arron Lewis admits abducting 49-year-old Beverly Carter, but denies having a role in the Arkansas woman's death.
PEAK IPV4? Global IPv6 traffic is growing, DDoS dying, says Akamai
First time the cache network has seen drop in use of 32-bit-wide IP addresses Broadband and IPv6 are hot – and distributed denial-of-service attacks and
Drugs And Prostitutes Boost Economy By £12.3bn
The impact of illegal drugs and prostitution on the UK economy is revealed for the first time.
Michael Phelps Held For Drink-Driving
Olympic swimming champion Michael Phelps has been arrested for drink-driving after he was stopped for speeding in Maryland.
RAF Tornados In First Airstrikes On IS In Iraq
RAF Tornados have carried out their first airstrikes on Islamic State militant targets in Iraq.