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Richard has been with Telstra for more than 10 years, and has held executive positions in a variety of areas across strategy, marketing and product development.
Prior to joining Telstra, Richard worked with Andersen in Australia.
Prior to this role, Richard has held many Director level positions within the mobile products team, covering device management and operations, core voice services and messaging, to consumer and business applications.
Richard played a key role in the services roadmap that complimented Telstra’s award winning Next G network rollout, including delivery of mobile TV, music, user interface and social networking initiatives.
Although you could blame the networks more than HTC, it’s still a shame that users are made to wait weeks and even months for an update from a network provider, instead of a general release direct from HTC for all phones.
It’s professionally designed, developed and published at an affordable price. The classic favourite takes on a whole new dimension. Rereleased to a few users on 23 September as a test, public release during week commencing 27 September.
It’s an addictive little gem which has already proven to be very useful for a bit of a time waste. Screenshots (click to enlarge) Download A few networks have now released the long-awaited Froyo update during the past week so here’s a quick summary of which networks it’s available on: Unbranded Handsets – since early August Vodafone – released on 23 August Orange – Re-release on 1 October. Three – not even confirmed that they will be getting Froyo.
It’s one area in which the i OS is superior, one update that becomes available to everyone at the same time – straight from Apple.
Updates As you’re aware, Froyo has been out for owners of unbranded phones since the start of August.
It makes updating social networking sites that little bit faster.