Telstra has announced the closure of its MP3 download service, BigPond Music, capping off what has been a tumultuous year for its other digital music property, MOG.
After closing down its Music Hub streaming service overseas, Samsung has announced that the Australian iteration of the service will close by the end of the year.
Telstra has revealed that it released customer information for more than 84,000 requests from government agencies in the past financial year, 75,000 of which were warrantless.
The SBS catch-up app will be available via Telstra's set-top box from September.
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Choice and iiNet say the paper won't address the problem, Foxtel calls it a "positive step" -- the Government's anti-piracy discussion paper has already divided the industry.
A "handful" of Australian subscribers have had issues accessing MOG music streaming following the transition of the service to Beats Music in other countries.
Telstra says "gaps" in its testing procedures have led to some retail customers being told they could not access competitors' broadband services.
Panasonic is expanding its IPTV offerings to include the popular BigPond video service across 10 of its products.
The newest music-streaming service on the block will be launching in Australia, with existing users of MOG to be transitioned "when the timing is right".