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Galaxy S5 to outsell S4 - Samsung

16 April 2014 in Mobility

Samsung's new Galaxy S5 smartphone will outsell the stellar sales of its predecessor the Galaxy S4, according to a top…

iiNet bowls up success with cricket, football sponsorships

16 April 2014 in Deals

Perth-based national ISP iiNet has renewed its sponsorship of Big Bash cricket team the Sydney Sixers with a three-year principal…

Former Apple Chief Evangelist joins Aussie design company

16 April 2014 in People

Former Chief Evangelist of Apple Guy Kawasaki has joined Aussie design startup Canva, resurrecting his famous title from Apple in…

TPG fined $400,000 for cutting off triple-zero access

16 April 2014 in Technology Regulation

Already in the midst of NBN controversy, Aussie communications provider TPG has been slapped with a $400,000 fine by the…

NBN Co reports $1.1 billion loss

16 April 2014 in Government Tech Policy

NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow has already made some sweeping changes to the government-run company but his work has…

No security updates for you, Windows 8.1 user

16 April 2014 in Open Sauce

Microsoft can be accused of many things, but clarity about its product lines is not one of them. The latest…

Can an SSD breathe new life into a netbook?

16 April 2014 in Mobility

I've owned a Toshiba NB300 netbook for a few years, and I still take it on business trips. I chose…

What next? A bitcoin ATM in Sydney

16 April 2014 in Technology

Just when you thought the bitcoin story couldn’t get much weirder, an ATM that allows users to buy and sell…

Acquisition deal stacks up for CloudCentral

15 April 2014 in Cloud

Australian cloud solutions vendor CloudCentral has acquired US software start-up, DEY Storage Systems, claiming to now be the first Australian…

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NASA’s historic Launch Pad 39A goes to SpaceX

16 April 2014 in Space

The U.S. space agency NASA has agreed to a 20-year contract with SpaceX, which allows the private American spaceflight company…

Beating Apple was a survival strategy – Samsung

16 April 2014 in ShawThing

It was not that Samsung just wanted to emulate Apple’s success – in the iPhone and iPad arena – it…

Rex Software makes its mark in real estate

16 April 2014 in Market

Brisbane-based software and IT services company Rex Software is claiming significant growth and client acquisition over the past year and…

DDLS, Ouellette form alliance for Australian market

16 April 2014 in Training

Technical IT training group Dimension Data Learning Solutions (DDLS) has teamed up with US consulting firm Ouellette & Associates in…

Panasonic GH4 camera also has 4K video recording

16 April 2014 in ShawThing

Panasonic cameras a.k.a. Lumix, has released the latest in its G series camera – a Micro Four Thirds, DSLM (digital…

Mint Wireless gets new chairman, new CEO

15 April 2014 in People

Australian-listed global mobile payments and transactions processing company Mint Wireless has appointed a new Executive Chairman and new CEO.

SpaceX launch delayed by leaky helium

15 April 2014 in Space

The SpaceX launch of the CRS-3 resupply mission to the International Space Station was delayed on April 14, 2014, due…

April 2014’s Blood Moon dazzles sky watchers

15 April 2014 in Space

The Blood Moon that was part of the April 15, 2014 total lunar eclipse was spectacular for many observers around…

The death of ALM?

15 April 2014 in Technology

Has application lifecycle management (ALM) passed its use-by date? Some CIOs apparently think so.

CeBIT.AU Business Awards 2014 finalists announced

15 April 2014 in Development

CeBIT Australia received a record number of nominations for its CeBIT.AU Business Awards and today the organisation announced the 2014…

Bulletproof opens Melbourne office

15 April 2014 in Strategy

Cloud services provider and Amazon Web Services partner Bulletproof has followed Dropbox in announcing a new Aussie office, this time…

IBM releases new cloud services for SoftLayer

15 April 2014 in Cloud

IBM maintains that newly released cloud-capabilities and services for its SoftLayer clients will accelerate cloud adoption by securing vital company…

Snap up Samsung's Galaxy K soon

15 April 2014 in Mobility

Korean tech giant Samsung may have only just released the Galaxy S5 last week but it's not slowing down, with…

HP claims Mopria printing first

15 April 2014 in Technology

HP's new (to Australia, at least) Color LaserJet Pro MFP M476 is the world’s first Mopria-certified printer for embedded print…

HP puts PageWide technology into enterprise printers

15 April 2014 in Technology

HP's new Officejet Enterprise Color MFP X585 and HP Officejet Enterprise Color X555 combine the company's PageWide inkjet printing technology…

ACCC says sorry for hack

15 April 2014 in Security

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has issued an apology to its email subscribers after it inadvertently published their email…

carsales.com.au hacks into Internet of Things

15 April 2014 in Technology

carsales.com ltd’s latest Hackathon has completed after a marathon 30 hours of ideas, planning and development. Conceptually carsales is joining…