Horner, Ted
July 2004
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2004, p156
Trade Publication
Reports on the popularity of wireless technology and in-room guest technology such as digital video on demand in hotels in Australia. Use of mobile devices such as the laptop and portable data entry devices; Description of the mobile direction in Australia; Opening of wireless hotspots in stores across the country by McDonald's in partnership with telecommunication company Telstra.


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