HealthXL, a global market for health innovations, and IBM have teamed up to host a health hackathon to explore options for tackling some of the biggest challenges facing Australia’s growing aged population.
Smartphones may be taking over the world but Australia's seniors continue to rely on their home phone for communication according to new figures released today.
Potentially thousands of elderly Australians have lost their phone number for good, with the new receivers of telecommunications company ONESeniors announcing existing landline numbers will have to be terminated.
Lets hope for a Biden win in November for the worlds sake including Assange's.
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