There are some similarities between the two Australian companies whose defences were breached recently: human resources outfit PageUp People and e-conveyancing platform PEXA.
It's the day before the official iPhone 4 launch in Australia, with Telstra promoting its MasterChefs and serving up apple-related food, Vodafone and 3 partying it up at the Ivy, Optus pop starring it up with Kelly Rowland and Virgin Mobile getting Branson in on the act.
25 Telstra Stores are opening at midnight tonight to serve those desperate to lay hands on an iPhone 4. The 400 George Street Sydney store will be attended by some of the MasterChef crew.
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