Manufacturers of standalone SatNav devices need to deliver features at an excellent bang-for-buck ratio to compete with in-car factory fitted as well as the many other GPS enabled devices on hand today.
The local organisation Commercial Radio Australia is well aware of the importance embracing the digital age of radio broadcasting. This is particularly significant for radios on the road; commercial radio listening figures for 2012 show 34% of radio listening is in the car and the radio industry is keen for those listeners to experience digital radio.
Aimed at providing forensic evidence in the unfortunate event of an accident or for protective parents wishing to monitor their teenage children’s driving habits Navman has released two digital drive recorders.
This is a cartel monopoly. Liberals idea of "competition". Fibre would provide competition. But not when these criminals get to[…]
They can't exactly sell fibre "spectrum" can they ? Not theirs to sell. People are for sale here.
A bonanza for these criminals in government. They are only concerned about money not service. Now we just learnt Telstra[…]
Let's start by requiring co-location of 5G distribution equipment. Regional TV networks have shared masts / power / etc.for decades.
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