Protesters have rallied in numbers outside the Apple Store in Washington DC, demanding that the company take steps to protect free speech and human rights.
It looks like the days of freeloading for American digital platforms will end when the clock strikes midnight on 31 December. Unless, of course, the likes of Google and Facebook go crying to [US President] Uncle Donald Trump and ask him to give naughty Scott Morrison a rap on the knuckles to stop Australia from charging these two companies almighty fines for their use of Australian news content.
An international team of aerospace engineers is working on building the prototype of a drone that imitates the manoeuvres of the swift, a bird that flies at a pretty fast speed.
If your name starts with Sam, whatever sex you identify as, you’ll get a free ride with Uber, but if your name is anything else, you’ll be denied a free ride unless you're a new Uber user who finds a Sam that signs up and gets a code from them – details below.
Ivanti (formerly LANDESK) has announced its new Data Centre Discovery tool to help users gain a deep understanding of the relationships and dependencies between applications, servers, network, and storage.
A billion-dollar Australian company has selected ComOps SAM salesforce automation software.
Thanks Sam! Best article I've read in a little while :)
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