Displaying items by tag: Sensis

The digital mapping battle in Australia isn’t just being fought between the Telstra Sensis WhereIs service and Navteq, but also the gargantuan Google, whose Google Maps service received a massive traffic boost in August after the controversial Street View service was launched down under.
Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 08 September 2008 11:25

Sensis and Telstra searching for GPS supremacy

Want to make money from GPS? You can sell GPS mapping devices, sell the maps, or sell a monthly subscription to end users. Sensis is doing all three, and more, with the new version of Whereis Navigator further challenging GPS competitors in the search for more paying customers!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Sensis has finally seen the 21st century light, letting search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Microsoft Live Search and others access “the biggest local business database” in Australia – for the first time.

Published in Home Tech




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