Ticketmaster has turned the event ticket-buying process social with the advent of its Interactive Seat Map.
I’m not generally one to predict the death of things. I’ve rarely been known to herald a shiny new Device X as a “Device Y Killer!”, and I’m a firm believer that Facebook is doing a perfectly good job of being “the new Facebook”. Pundits love to make these crazy claims because they’re easily forgotten and rarely does anyone call them out for being wrong after a few years have passed.
So the 4G network is finally in Australia, with Telstra announcing the launch of its 4G mobile technology earlier this month. Tech-savvy communities are cheering about this leap, and for smartphone users with Telstra, this means faster downloading and uploading speeds. No more delays on Skype, or getting bored with waiting a good five minutes for a YouTube video to load on your phone.
No longer the domain of youth, the digital space is engaging Australians of all ages with new data suggesting strong usage by people in their 30s, 40s and 50s.
Only weeks after Facebook mobile chief Erick Tseng said the social networking giant would soon “become a mobile company,” Facebook unveiled several new features to show that it’s quickly moving in that direction.