Vodafone Australia paid no tax in 2014 – Why? Could it have been ‘Vodafail’ as customers deserted the less than stellar performing mobile carrier back in 2014. Whatever the reason a huge number of…
Hybrids the form factor of the future – tablets so yesterday The era of desktop and notebook computers may be drawing to a close, but the hybrid, detachable, two-in-one is on a rapid ascent. Specifically the…
iAwards Nominations for Australian Innovation close 31 March Nominations for the iAwards, Australia’s premier awards programme for innovation in the digital economy will close on 31 March 2016.
Apple is 100% right and yet 100% wrong Whatever the reason, the majority of Joe and Jane Averages (or Bruce and Shazza in Australia) believe that law enforcement and national interest should prevail…
Vivid to shine in Sydney - 27 May to 18 June The world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas will be back in Sydney for 23 days and nights from 27 may to 18 June,…
The future of smartphones - more of the same Mobile World Congress 2016 is where many smartphone and gadget makers launch their 2016 range – a notable exception being Apple that do their own…
Can you go 48-hours without social media? Sure it is easy I hear you say – well it may do you some good not to be a slave to Facebook etc., and…
Apple ordered to hand over the keys to its walled garden The Apple/FBI case has much wider ramifications for the entire digital community than just helping the FBI to break into an iPhone 5C.
Technology helps time poor teachers to teach Most teachers say technology in the classroom gives them to spend more time teaching and giving individual attention to students.
Get a sickie note online A new online service will issue medical certificates and repeat referrals all for the low fee of A$19.99.

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