All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Telstra’
MOG, the subscription-based music blog, has just announced its exclusive partnership with Telstra, Australia’s largest telecommunications company. The deal marks MOG’s first international expansion, and will offer Australian listeners access to ad-free, on-demand music content. MOG, which Time Magazine has stated “blows Pandora out of the water,” will offer Telstra users unlimited access to its content on the web, mobile …
Randy Newman once sang about building an all-American amusement park in Australia. Now, Google seems to be bringing this idea a touch closer to reality as there’s word that a major Australian brand will wave a white flag in the search and mapping markets.
I’m looking at my web stats report from last week and see a blog comment we wrote on Telstra and the Apple Iphone hype has been picked up by quiet a few blogs. It gets me thinking for a minute about Vista and other products currently getting plenty of media coverage.
Strong mining = strong exports
Strong banking = strong commerce
Strong telecommunications = strong economy, society, connections.
There is a clear relationship between economic growth and investment in technology.
The building and construction industry has the lowest level of technology adoption and the lowest productivity growth. (Note: The new NextG network will help that)
I read with amusement about Gregg Winn, the 2ic at Telstra telling Apple to "stick to your knitting" in respect to the new iPhone.
At first glance the article heading aired of hypocracy given the telco now delivers movies and other content against local video, CD and games stores.