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Telstra Sells 70% Of Sensis For $454 Million

on January 14, 2014 | Telstra | Comments (0)
Telstra Sells 70% Of Sensis For $454 Million

In more local internet related news – Telstra has agreed to sell a major stake, around 70% of their Sensis business to a private equity firm in the US. Telstra will retain ownership of the remaining 30%. The total price will be around $454 million AUD, which is low considering some market analysts were expecting value […]

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iPhone 5 Comes to Australia September 21

on September 13, 2012 | iPhone | Comments (0)
iPhone 5 Comes to Australia September 21

Apple’s new iPhone 5 will be coming to Australia on September 21. The phone will be made of only aluminum and glass. Width: 7.6 mm Weight: 112 grams Hardware upgrades include a new A6 chip, and much faster Wifi technology. It’s also important to note the camera remains 7 Mega pixels and the dock connector to charge the […]

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NBN Uptake Behind Schedule

NBN Uptake Behind Schedule

At the end of 2011, only 4000 homes had been connected to National Broadband Network, which was well below the NBN Co goal of 35,000 homes by June last year. What seems to be stalling the process is the deal with Telstra, who are looking to let NBN Co use all their underground infrastructure which […]

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Telstra to spend $100 million on Video

on November 18, 2011 | News | Comments (0)
Telstra to spend $100 million on Video

Telstra has announced plans that over 4 years it plans to spend $100 million to enhance their video capabilities. David Thodey, Telstra CEO told investors it was in Telstra’s interest to differentiate themselves against other carriers and provide additional, unique services to customers. An updated Telstra network with better support for video will entice content […]

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Telstra and BlackBerry Integrate Billing

on November 14, 2011 | Blackberry Telstra | Comments (0)
Telstra and BlackBerry Integrate Billing

In an interesting move that has been rolled out today – BlackBerry users on Telstra no longer have to setup payment details with Research In Motion (RIM) for purchasing games and applications in the BlackBerry App World. Instead BlackBerry users can get all their app purchases added directly onto their monthly Telstra bill. This is […]

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Facebook – Does it have a limit?

on August 17, 2011 | Facebook | Comments (2)
Facebook - Does it have a limit?

I highly doubt you’ve noticed but I’ve been missing recently, not anything exciting just super busy. Between touring around the United States and coordinating new online advertising strategies, I’ve been non-stop, not unlike Facebook. If you follow this incomparable source of social media news, you won’t have missed a beat, but if you, like myself […]

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Transferring your WordPress Blog to a new Webhost

Transferring your Wordpress Blog to a new Webhost

The following Tutorial will help people on a Unix/ Linux webhosting setup and who are looking to transfer their WordPress site to a new webhosting company. Follow the below steps for a quick, hassle free Blog move: 1. Backup your entire Database. I have found using the Wp-Db-Backup plugin is the easiest to do a […]

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iPhone 4 plans for Australia

iPhone 4 plans for Australia

Optus, Telstra, Three and Vodafone have all released their iPhone 4 pricing for the phones launch tomorrow, Friday 30 July. Firstly all carriers will be offering free bumper cases to alleviate the antenna/reception issue experienced by other users around the world. The iPhone 4 will make use of all the existing 3G data networks, nationally. […]

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Australian Mobile Internet Usage, July 2010

Australian Mobile Internet Usage, July 2010

Almost half of Australian mobile phone users have own an internet-enabled phone, however only a third go on the internet regularly. Australian mobile internet phone ownership now sits at 43 per cent. 29 per cent regularly are using the internet to search, email, find maps and social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, LinkedIn etc. […]

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Digital Citizens: Crisis and reputation management, Social Media Event Sydney

Digital Citizens: Crisis and reputation management, Social Media Event Sydney

Digital Citizens are holding Digicitz 5 next Tuesday, 20/07/2010 from 6:30pm. The theme of the event is: Crisis and reputation management: How to deal when the web gets antisocial Tickets are $10 each + a $1.50 booking free. To register goto: http://digicitz5.eventbrite.com For more information on Digicitz visit their site http://digital-citizens.org Speakers include: Matthew Gain, […]

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