It’s privacy week, and we’re delving deep into Google’s tracking of Aussie citizens, Facebook’s attempts to rehabilitate its image when it comes to privacy and the Telstra/ZTE scandal in this week’s episode!
“Unlimited” mobile data deals are here, but are they worth your money? Meanwhile, there’s a new version of Windows 10 in town, as well as Optus’ reveal of its new World Cup streaming rights. All this and more in the latest episode!
Is it time to #deletefacebook, are we paying too much for Aussie internet? Vertical Hold – Episode 170Published on :
Should you be giving Facebook the flick? Are Australian telco services really getting less expensive? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
NBN admits customers aren’t happy, but once again says retailers are to blame, while Vodafone takes the torch to retailers and mobile phone contracts alike. Meanwhile, we talk LinkedIn work snooping and more in this week’s episode!
NBN's war on retailers, Vodafone's NBNfail mobile fallback and the future of AI bots: Vertical Hold Episode 138Published on :
Why is the NBN going to war on its own retailers, and what will this mean for consumers? Will Vodafone’s 4G NBN fallback model attract customers, or remind them of the NBN’s failures? Should we be scared or welcoming of our new AI overlords? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Nintendo Classic Mini NES, Fake Facebook News and Amazon's Australian plans: Vertical Hold – Episode 102Published on :
an you trust anything you read on Facebook? What are Amazon’s plans for Australia (and why is Australian online shopping so rubbish?). Meanwhile, we dissect the Nintendo Classic Mini NES with special guest, CNET.com’s Seamus Byrne!
Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited has its limitations, as do the rumours about the retailing giant’s planned push into Australia. All this and more in the latest episode!
The Australian 2016 Census crashed and burned, and we toast marshmallows on its corpse. Meanwhile, Facebook takes the fight to ad blockers and Netflix wants to improve broadband speeds, but is it faking its results? All this and more in the latest episode!
Stories that caught my eye today from around the web, including how to deal with writing rejection and someone determined enough to really catch them all.
Twitter is apparently set to remove character counts for images and links. Will that change all that much in how social media works?