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Obviously, heydoor doesn't as yet have a magic COVID cure that would truly let us all live life without restrictions, but we're told its new mobile app and SaaS back-end "supports people living with physical and psychological disabilities to live life without restrictions, with access to their favourite retailers, product and service providers throughout Australia."

Published in Apps

Global semiconductor, services and software firm Qualcomm Technologies has received permission from the US Department of Commerce to sell some of its products to Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei Technologies, a report says.

Published in Government Tech Policy

GUEST OPINION by Brendan Maree, Vice President Asia Pacific at 8x8: As Australia emerges from its COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, businesses are coming to terms with how they will need to operate under ‘new normal’ conditions.

Published in Guest Opinion

The coronavirus crisis has prompted Queensland organisers to turn to the Internet to deliver an “Australia-first” virtual expo - QODE - partnering with You Tube to stream live, and free of charge, its Brisbane technology and innovation conference which will be staged over two days this week.

Published in Health
Wednesday, 04 November 2015 14:59

Microsoft SLASHES OneDrive storage, enrages customers

After promising unlimited storage to Office 365 customers which ‘a small number of users’ have abused, Microsoft is punishing every OneDrive customer with harsh restrictions.

Published in Data
Thursday, 25 March 2010 19:56

Will Rau rip up reservations over R18+ rating?

John Rau, the new Attorney General of South Australia, has reportedly said to Gamers4Croydon's Chris Prior that he is a supporter of the R18+ classification for games, the Gamers4Australia wait for that rating to be ratified.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

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