Elastic, the search and data analysis company behind the Elastic Stack, held a sold-out event at the Grand Ballroom of Sydney’s Hyatt Regency last week. Speakers from the company presented on topics such as Enterprise Search, SIEM and capturing unstructured data.
Market researcher Roy Morgan says more than 9.8 million Australians have access to Netflix, and the number could pass the 10 million milestone this quarter.
Residents in and around Dulong, Queensland, are now duly celebrating long awaited "new and improved mobile coverage", and it's all "thanks to the Coalition Government’s $220 million Mobile Black Spot Program".
New Zealand's Commerce Commission has decided that media companies Fairfax and New Zealand Media and Entertainment should not be allowed to merge their operations in the country.
It is gratifying in the extreme to know that the Australian information and privacy commissioner Timothy Pilgrim is "concerned" about "allegations" that the personal information of customers of Australian telcos is being offered for sale.
Quickflix disrupted the corner video store with online DVD rental – now it has been disrupted by over the top (OTT) streaming and Video on Demand (SVOD) services.
Yahoo7 has appointed 15-year digital industry veteran Paul Russell as director of technology for Australia and New Zealand.
Vodafone wants to pull itself out of the red by supercharging its Red plans with either a free 6 or 12 month Spotify OR free 6 or 12 month SMH or The Age mobile subscription depending on the Red plan chosen.
Local Netflix competitor Quickflix is hemorrhaging money in a bid to acquire both new customers and content, losing $10.15 million for the full year to June 30.
A plastic iPhone known as the 'iPhone 5C' is on the way if one plucky Aussie teenager is to be believed.
Fairfax Media has joined News Limited in erecting paywalls around much of its content.
Fairfax Media will use Zuora's cloud-based subscription platform when it puts its content behind a paywall later this year.
Developers have committed to porting a variety of well-known consumer apps and games to BlackBerry 10.
Fairfax Media, the only serious news print competitor to News Limited, has all but thrown in the towel to the online juggernaut, announcing a massive restructuring. In addition to cutting nearly 2000 jobs - many of them journalists - the two flagship broadsheet publications SMH and The Age will be reduced to tabloids and have digital paywalls introduced.
Fairfax Media today announced a partnership with Telstra owned classifieds website Tradingpost.com.au, which the media group failed to acquire in 2004 and was then snatched by the telco for $660 million.
Fairfax real estate site Domain.com.au, claiming to be buoyed by the success of its iPhone app, can now be accessed from a customised app for iPad, offering features over and beyond those of its smaller iPhone cousin. According to Fairfax, Domain.com.au, which trails market leader Realestate.com.au, is the first major real estate portal to hit the iPad.
An Australian travel website is super excited about Fairfax Media's new iPad apps for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, because they've been able to lay out their content in a friendlier iPad app style - wOOt?
Fairfax Media's new iPad apps have arrived, and they're nice, slick apps that present text, images and video in a nicer manner than the SMH and Age websites, but is it really revolutionary?
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