Microsoft has confirmed Telstra, Optus and Vodafone customers with a Windows Phone 7 device are now receiving the latest platform update, dubbed ‘Mango’.
Monthly Archives: September 2011
NLYZR is a new tool developed by an Aussie consultancy firm with the aim of helping both local and global businesses boost their all important search rankings.
Telstra has today announced its 4G network is open for everyone — provided you live within 5km of a capital city GPO or in one of 30 rural areas.
Australian web host NetRegistry has been hit with a continuing Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack leaving many customers unable to access their websites or virtual private servers (VPS) over the course of the day.
Earlier this month, students from around Victoria were given the opportunity to showcase their school-made video games to renowned Victorian game developers Big Ant, Firemint and The Voxtel Agents at the State Library of Victoria.
Online design marketplace 99designs has announced a new push Down Under, launching a localised edition of the site over the past week and planning to double the size of its Australian team in the coming months.
Spotify has confirmed that despite launching a new music service for Facebook, it has no immediate plans to launch in Australia.
iiNet has revealed it’s trialling connections capable of up to 100Gbps inside its core network across Australia.
Telstra has rolled out a new mobile portal allowing customers to see account information on the go, while also announcing five new fibre-ready trucks that’ll be ready to go right round Australia.
Despite losing a court case against Google’s Australian subsidiary and the Trading Post, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) says it’s not all bad news, and that the action it took did encourage Google to change its ways.