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Telstra is working on Glassware of their own

Telstra is working on Glassware of their own

Telstra has already shown an interest in Glassware, confirming earlier this year that they are releasing an AFL compatible app for Glass next season, and are actively working on the development of an NRL app as well, now it seems that they are also working on a Glass app for their own service. Announced earlier this morning on their Telstra 24×7 Facebook page, the post simply asks what people would like to see in a Telstra developed app for Google Glass. The responses to the query if Telstra would be stocking Glass when finally made available prompted Telstra to advise[Read More...]

by 12:54 PM on December 24, 2013 2 comments Apps, Carriers, Glass
Sony begins Android 4.3 rollout to Xperia Z1 and Xperia Z Ultra

Sony begins Android 4.3 rollout to Xperia Z1 and Xperia Z Ultra

The Xperia Z1 and Xperia Z Ultra should start seeing Android 4.3 on their handsets quite shortly, with Sony announcing that the rollout is now underway to unlocked handsets. The update will add ‘Project Butter’ to the phone as well as UI tweaks which adds a ‘smoother graphical experience’. Amongst a host of App updates to apps like Messaging, MyXperia, Smart Connect, Small apps, TrackID and Sony Select, Sony has also taken the opportunity to give the Z Ultra the same Smart Social Camera experience that launched on the Z1. There’s updates to Sony’s media side of things with WALKMAN,[Read More...]

by 5:01 PM on December 19, 2013 7 comments Carriers, OS Update, Phones
Telstra begins selling accessories through eBay

Telstra begins selling accessories through eBay

Telstra has begun a new novel way to sell accessories – through eBay. The nations largest mobile carrier has opened up their own eBay store to sell accessories for all types of handsets. Telstra sees this as an opportunity to sell batteries, cases and covers, chargers, headsets, memory cards, screen protectors and smart watches through the worlds largest auction site, to the more than 7.3 million Australian users who use eBay every month. As well as these accessories, they also intend to offer online exclusives through the eBay store in the future. The store is seen as complimentary to their[Read More...]

by 5:44 PM on December 16, 2013 2 comments Accessories, Carriers
Telstra officially announce the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1(2014)

Telstra officially announce the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1(2014)

We first heard the rumour of the Galaxy Note 10.1(2014) launching on Telstra late last month and today the national Telco has advised that the tablet is now available on their 4G network. The tablet is the 4G variant of the high end Galaxy tablet offering speeds up to 150Mbps on the Telstra 4G Network. The tablet is available on a variety of plans beginning from just $52 per month with no monthly device repayments and 1GB of data included : With a 10.1” Full HD WQXGA TFT screen running a resolution of 1600×2560 it’s a big step from the[Read More...]

by 12:39 PM on December 11, 2013 7 comments Carriers, Tablets
Party in Sydney on New Years Eve with the official app!

Party in Sydney on New Years Eve with the official app!

Telstra and the City of Sydney council have launched an official Sydney New Years Eve app for Android and iOS devices. The app is an update to the original 2012 version (that’s last year, for those of you counting), and offers much the same in terms of features. Of course, they’ve been refreshed for this year’s celebrations! Some of the app’s features include: Share latest into on the celebrations via Telstra Timeline Telstra VIP Competition – Share content once registered to go into the draw to win VIP backstage passes Option to find hot spots via interactive maps to watch[Read More...]

by 2:15 PM on December 2, 2013 2 comments Apps, Carriers, News, Phones
HTC One Max now available from Telstra

HTC One Max now available from Telstra

The HTC One Max is now available on plan from Telstra. The One Max has an impressive 5.9″ screen, 4G capabilities and runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. The HTC One Max is available on the Small to Extra Large Plan, from $74 per month to $130 per month. With the Small Plan, the One Max costs an extra $14 per month, the Medium Plan an extra $4 per month, the Large an extra $3 per month, and free on the Extra Large Plan. The specifications of the One Max are: Boom Sound Stereo Speakers Super LCD3 display with Full HD[Read More...]

by 9:33 PM on November 26, 2013 1 comment News, Phones
Rumour: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) coming to Telstra in December

Rumour: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) coming to Telstra in December

Yesterday we heard from Samsung announcing Australian pricing and availability for the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) – it’s available now (depending on where you shop) from $649 (Wi-fi) and $799 (Wi-fi and 4G). Today, word reaches us from a trusted source indicating that Telstra has added the tablet to its portfolio of on-contract devices – for business customers, at least. The tablets are said to be available in Telstra stores from December 10. The basic on-contract price for the tablet starts from $84/month on a 1-year contract and $52/month on a 2-year contract, with 1 GB / month data[Read More...]

by 2:58 PM on November 26, 2013 6 comments Carriers, Tablets
LG announces Optimus F3 4G handset for the Telstra network

LG announces Optimus F3 4G handset for the Telstra network

LG has today announced that the latest in their line of 4G enabled F-Series budget minded handsets the Optimus F3 has been launched as a Pre-Paid handset on the Telstra Network. Available from today through Telstra stores, including partners such as FoneZone and Leading Edge, the Optimus F3 will be sold for $249 and will connect to the Telstra 4G Network.’ Andrew Volard, Telstra Director Devices says We’re excited to add the LG Optimus F3 into our pre-paid 4G smartphone line-up. It is an affordable handset that is packed with great features making it the perfect device for customers who[Read More...]

by 12:18 PM on November 25, 2013 2 comments Carriers, Manufacturer, Phones
Good Deal: Telstra puts Motorola’s RAZR M on sale for $199

Good Deal: Telstra puts Motorola’s RAZR M on sale for $199

Looking for a cheap Android handset? Telstra is selling the white version of Motorola‘s year-old RAZR M at its online store for just $199. While the HTC One, Galaxy S4 and Xperia Z1 have pushed baseline Android handset specifications forward this year, the RAZR M still stands as a real attempt by Motorola to bring some power to the smaller handset form factor — it’s just a shame that it’s now last year’s definition of “power”. I was quite fond of it when I reviewed it last year. Telstra’s sale – exclusive to the carrier’s online store – follows Dick[Read More...]

by 2:19 PM on November 22, 2013 13 comments Deal, News, Phones, Sale
Telstra bring some early pressies for Galaxy SIII & HTC One Users, but Galaxy Note 2 users still have to wait

Telstra bring some early pressies for Galaxy SIII & HTC One Users, but Galaxy Note 2 users still have to wait

Good news for Telstra Samsung Galaxy S III owners as it seems the telco has approved the Android 4.2.2 ‘Jelly Bean Plus’ update. The update, which is schedule to start hitting devices on a ‘progressive’ rolling out phase is scheduled to start from December 2nd. HTC One users also have an update which has been approved for a roll out to your device expected to begin November 25th for Android 4.3 which appears to be updating devices to Android 4.3 JellyBean, with the update commencing for some users as early as today. The update too will be a phased rolling[Read More...]

by 11:38 AM on November 22, 2013 12 comments Carriers, OS Update, Phones
Ausdroid Podcast 94 – The Friendly Six

Ausdroid Podcast 94 – The Friendly Six

Welcome to the 94th episode of the Ausdroid podcast! This week we had a few issues around staff availability, so Jason and Geoff spent a while on their own talking through the week’s Android news. Topics: Nexus 5 is coming to Telstra … for $60/month Australian retail pricing for the Nexus 5 – $699! … which prompted an explanation from LG Galaxy Gear gets a useful software update! Samsung says it’s sold 800,000 units in 2 months Factory images for the Nexus 4 and 10 were finally made available this week Google Engineer took to Google+ to explain some of[Read More...]

by 10:26 PM on November 21, 2013 0 comments Podcast
HTC One Max launches November 26, exclusive to Telstra

HTC One Max launches November 26, exclusive to Telstra

HTC this morning announced that its forthcoming One Max phone will be available exclusively from Telstra from November 26. Garry McGregor, HTC’s AU/NZ Sales Director, was quoted: We’re excited to announce that the latest addition to the HTC One family in the form of HTC One max is now available in Australia. We now have an HTC One phone for everyone. The One Max is the giant-sized version of HTC’s popular 2013 flagship device, the HTC One. It sports similar internals with a 5.9-inch 1080p screen and a fingerprint scanner on the back of the device. It’s also loaded up[Read More...]

by 11:33 AM on November 19, 2013 1 comment News
LG comments on Nexus 5 retail pricing

LG comments on Nexus 5 retail pricing

Today has been another big news day for Nexus 5 developments, and hot on the heels of announcements from Telstra and LG regarding carrier and retail availability respectively, we’ve now got a bit of an insight into why there’s such a huge difference in price between the Nexus 5 via the Play Store and via retail channels. Ausdroid was surprised to learn that while the 16GB Nexus 5 is available for $399 online, the retail version will go for $699, representing a 75% markup in price. This is a significant markup — we as Australians are used to paying an[Read More...]

by 5:28 PM on November 18, 2013 26 comments News, Opinion, Phones