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TELSTRA EXCHANGE|Archive: October, 2010

 

29 October 2010

Android 2.2 (FROYO) and Telstra’s HTC Desire: OTA now available

Author: Richard Fink.
HTC Desire has become that little bit more desirable with the release this week of new software that introduces the latest Google Android™ operating system to the popular smartphone.
The new operating system, called Android 2.2, unleashes some great new features.

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28 October 2010

Introducing our first mobile tablet

Author: Richard Fink.
One mobile gadget, above all others, is shaping up to be a significant new mobile product for 2011.
Dubbed the mobile tablet, this new type of device promises to combine the best features available on smartphones (like thousands of apps and fast mobile internet connectivity) with larger, touch screens that bring video, gaming, e-magazines and mobile web browsing to life.

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28 October 2010

Touched by touch

Author: Collin Van Uden.
Telstra released a summary of the inaugural Telstra Smartphone Index recently, and the results would seem to be pretty clear. Australia loves ‘em. I thought I’d ponder some reasons why that might be.

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26 October 2010

Come on girls, go for IT

Author: Irene Evgeniadis.
I guess you could say I started my career in IT out of curiosity. I had always wanted to be a criminologist, and after completing a Bachelor of Arts majoring in legal studies followed by some post graduate studies in criminology, I thought I was all set. But it was the early 90’s and there weren’t many jobs out there in this specialised field. Well none actually.

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26 October 2010

LogMeIn Rescue – roadside assistance for your mobile

Author: Michael Lewis.
One of the things I love about calling the Helpdesk to resolve a computer problem is the way they “take control” of your computer, and fix the problem remotely, while you sit there and watch.

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26 October 2010

A Silver Hair Revolution

Author: Mike Taylor.
Telstra may regret unleashing the “Renaissance of Spirit” and may indeed think they have created a monster.

It started as a nervous stumble into the world of technology with ageing fingers trying to manipulate the effervescent youth of the mighty mouse, eventually bringing the cocky little bugger under control.

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25 October 2010

Festivals help Indigenous communities to thrive

Author: Georgia Symmons.
Thinking about today’s idea of a festival, for many, it means a group of people coming together for some themed event. But when we think of where festivals came from, for many cultures and people, it has meant a time for celebration, thanks, fun, joy and possibly relaxation. But there is more!

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25 October 2010

Being (Social) Media Savvy

Author: Krishna Rajendram.
Who would have thought a candid comment to a closed group of friends on Facebook could land you in trouble – especially when the people you were talking about had no access to your Facebook profile? Richmond AFL footballer Daniel Jackson didn’t think so, and neither did I.

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22 October 2010

Screens under cover

Author: Mike Lewis.
We live in a digital age where touch screens are all the go. Your phone, camera, GPS, and now your (digital) library – all have screens that need some form of protection.

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21 October 2010

New $129 Cap Plan: UNLIMITED!

Author: Rebekah O’Flaherty.
I love the word unlimited – from holidays to days in the sun; the idea certainly hits a sweet-spot for me…

We understand Australians also like things to be unlimited when it comes to their mobile phone, which is why we’re introducing our first-ever consumer cap plan with unlimited standard national calls, SMS and MMS.

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