Square launches virtual terminal for payments Payments technology company Square has launched a virtual terminal that allows businesses to accept payments directly from a Web browser on the Square dashboard.
Grays' B2C division suffers loss in H1 FY17 The Grays eCommerce Group has reported disappointing results for its business-to-consumer division in the first six months of FY17, with a loss before EBITDA of…
Virtual reality takes hold in Aussie market Virtual Reality penetration will reach 25.5% of Australian households by 2021 based on attachment rates of headsets to VR capable smartphones, games consoles and higher…
Investment expert claims govts trying to get rid of cash Western governments intend to control citizens' spending and increase surveillance by eliminating cash from the economy, a renowned investment expert claims.
Contact centre market spend passes half billion dollars, more growth ahead The Australian contact centre market, comprising software, services, call management and hardware, is now worth more than $500 million, according to a new global analyst…
Many Aussies revealed as ‘financial avoiders’: Forrester Australian online consumers show little interest in their finances and don’t engage much with financial institutions, or seek out financial advice, despite the wider availability…
Apple's Q1 2017: record revenue, iPhone sales Apple sold a record 78.3 million iPhones during the first quarter of fiscal 2017 which ended on 31 December 2016, the company announced on Tuesday,…
Cartoon Network, Boomerang launch on Fetch TV Cartoon entertainment channels Cartoon Network and Boomerang have launched on Fetch TV following Fetch’s addition of the Turner CNN news channel in October last year.
Google axes 1.7b bad ads – media trust at all-time low Google’s ecosystem is the world’s largest online advertising vehicle. It took down 1.7 billion advertisements in the past year – a mere drop in the…
Tech market growth rates on decline in Australia, Asia Pacific Increasing competition from global operators, changing trade deals, and political uncertainty are causing a slowdown in Australia’s tech market with just 2% growth predicted for…

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