Ep 29 of 2012
Monday July 16 2012
In these changing media times where newspapers are morphing into online portals, and TV stations are struggling to keep viewers, Telstra realises it's ambitions to become a content provider as well as a telco.
The US based video on demand service Netflix is now finding less of a demand for movies and more of a demand for show content.
Australian Telcos have been given six weeks to improve customer service standards on complaints handling, advertising and credit management, as the media watchdog prepares to register a revised code governing the industry. So will it finally mean the end of bill shock? And what about unit pricing like in the supermarkets?
In a first, Apple Australia allows in store payments to be billed directly to your iTunes account, and
Adam takes a look at Geoblocking, a technique used to prevent internet users outside a specific country access to services within that country and wonders if the rewards are worth the hassle.
Gadget: Motorola Xoom 2 Media Edition
Website: Watch free classic movies online: http://www.bigfiveglories.com/
This week's App of the Week!
iPhone iPad: SBS Tour de France Skoda Tour Tracker 2012
Follow the 2012 Tour de France with the Skoda Tour Tracker, the official Tour de France application that gives you in depth access and analysis of every aspect of the world's biggest and most exciting cycling race. From live video to GPS tracking, you can be part of the race action no matter where you are.
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