HTC has today confirmed its HTC One device will arrive in Australian Optus, Telstra, Virgin Mobile and Vodafone stores from April 23, with pre-orders to commence from tomorrow.
Google quietly launched its Chromebook range in Australia last week. This week, we’ve been taking the more expensive Samsung Chromebook through its paces.
Nokia today announced that its music streaming service, Nokia Music+, is now available in Australia. From the press release: Nokia Music+ builds on the existing Nokia Music Mix Radio service allowing users to access a wide number of playlists curated by an expert team of musos and international artists. Nokia Music+ also introduces features like infinite skips. Other features of Nokia Music+ include: the ability to download unlimited mixes for offline playback the option to [...]
Australian airline Virgin Australia has begun informing customers about a raft of forthcoming changes that will impact its booking and check-in management systems from January 12, as the company moves onto the Sabre platform.
Both Telstra and Optus reported healthy speeds on their next-generation 4G/LTE networks on New Years Eve, in arguably one of the first major tests for the high-speed networks.
As the countdown to 2013 begins, Australians will be able to watch the Sydney fireworks from anywhere online thanks to a partnership between Telstra and YouTube.
First of all, an apology for the lack of posts from me. Work, health and family issues have prevented me from writing, however things are improving on all fronts so expect more posts from yours truly! EVE Online has a strong presence in Australia, and many of the players trekked to Sydney’s Rydges World Square for the first of (hopefully) many Australian Eve events. One of the issues with Eve is that Iceland (where CCP, the company that [...]
Apple has revised the shipping dates for Australian customers awaiting the 4G-capable version of the iPad mini, confirming the first of the devices should begin arriving at homes from November 26.
in brief Telstra has confirmed it will launch the 4G iteration of Samsung’s Galaxy SIII on October 9, with the device already available through its online store.
I was at the AIMIA Mobile Experience in Darling Harbour (disclaimer #1, the fees and the lunch afterwards was provided by Alcatel Lucent ) and lets say, the sessions I saw got me thinking. Thought #1 Advertising has issues. I heard advertisers promote different app or interfaces that was either pure poison (but the users like it) or are god’s gifts to advertisers. Included in the mix are QR codes, and Apps like Shazam and Chirp (disclaimer #2, both [...]