Online lotto wagers to more than double, reaching US$76b by 2022

With mobile driving demand for online lotteries, and with new markets and innovation to deliver growth, one can only hope there are a few lotto winners in amongst in all.

Telstra boosts mobile capacity for Melbourne CBD

Telstra has moved to boost mobile capacity in the Melbourne CBD with the installation of more than 50 new 4G cells at the city’s busiest locations.

Cirrus goes after ‘dissatisfied’ NBN customers

IT solutions provider Cirrus Communications has launched C2 Direct to offer its wireless services direct to business, aiming its solution at what it says are dissatisfied NBN customers.

Instagram, BigCommerce collaborate on shopping

Instagram, in collaboration with Australian-founded ecommerce platform BigCommerce, is making shopping available on its social network to Aussie businesses and consumers.

Dropbox builds on collaborative success with Architecture, Engineering and Construction companies

Expanded partnerships with AEC (architecture, engineering and construction) companies sees Dropbox state it is a go-to tool for people in those industries, solving challenges and delivering more way to collaborate.

Megport's Bevan Slattery

Interconnection services provider Megaport is to raise up $60 million  to expand its capability to deliver connectivity to a broader customer base.

Amaysim's happy happy joy joy at top ranking in happiest customer space

It’s the "International Day of Happiness" and Amaysim is smiling for multiple reasons: not only is it the fourth largest telco in Australia, but it is now revealed that it has the happiest customers.

Telstra and Samsung go gangbusters with 1.03Gbps S9/9+ speeds in 'Aussie first'

Telstra has set "new smartphone speed records in Australia, recording 1.03Gbps speeds on Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+" in gigabit-enabled parts of Telstra's mobile network in Sydney. 

Micro Focus shares hammered after profit downgrade

Shares of Britain's biggest technology company, Micro Focus, have fallen by nearly half after it warned of a bigger than expected drop in revenue for the 12 months ending October 2018 and its chief executive quit.

Unisys secures $44 million Home Affairs contract

Global IT vendor Unisys has inked a multi-year contract with Australia’s Department of Home Affairs to provide new enterprise biometric identification services to facilitate traveller processing and improve the ability to identify criminals and persons of national security interest.

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