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What's new in Office 365 this week?

Getting your invoice via email instead of needing to sign in, an updated list of known safe websites, and knowing when a OneDrive folder is shared are new features in Office 365 this week.

Facebook attempts to enter China through the back door

Facebook is attempting to quietly worm its way into China with the release of a photo-sharing app named Colorful Balloons through a local company.

Oh, Google, Android O’s delayed, will O be for Oreo or Orange?

Android O’s tipped to be Oreo as K was for KitKat, but if O is for orange, we can finally compare iOS Apples and Android Oranges for real!

OMGoogle: Pixel 2 to be a success or an XL 2 giant mess?

The word on the street regarding Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 models is one of two manufacturers, no headphone jack and seeming jack-all chance of success.

Shouldn’t Microsoft stand ON Surface rather than behind it?

Microsoft’s Surface chief, Panos Panay, says Microsoft stands behind Surface, but to truly test its toughness, shouldn’t Microsoft stand ON Surface instead?

NBN subcontractor sacks 55 technicians

Fifty-five technicians working for NBN Co subcontractor Trilogie Resourcing have been terminated today.

Aussie bank customers shun ‘human’ approach in favour of digital services

Australian bank customers would prefer to resolve their basic banking issues without having to deal with a human being, according to a new survey which indicates that most prefer contact with their bank via its website.

TPG Mobile: 7GB data plus unlimited calls, text for $19.99, six months only

TPG Mobile is running yet another of its special deals for its TPG Mobile service, but it’s only available if you’ve never been a TPG Mobile customer.

Telstra's big bets for the network of 2020

Software-defined networking, multiple mobile networks, data centres in the exchange, and catering for autonomous vehicle networking are some of the things Telstra has in store for the very near future.

Google supports diversity. But only when it suits

Over the last week or so, Google has been in the news after one of its employees, James Damore, wrote a screed on diversity which did not exactly gell with the company's politically correct views.

Origin’s trial of next-gen home energy solution – will it cut bills?

Origin Energy will trial cutting edge new tech that “will help put customers back in the driver’s seat when it comes to their household energy use and costs".

Optus lifts quarterly revenue to $2.1b, boosts customer base

Optus has reported a rise in operating revenue for the first quarter of 4.8% to $2.1 billion and an increased focus on postpaid customers saw the telco add over 54,000 postpaid subscribers for the three months. 

Telstra continues to dominate NBN market

Telstra continues to dominate the take-up of NBN connections with an overall share of a little more than 50%, according to the ACCC's latest quarterly report on the NBN wholesale market.

ACCC acts against domain registration companies

The competition watchdog has begun proceedings in the Federal Court in Perth against two domain registration companies, alleging they indulged in misleading and deceptive conduct in the way they represented to Australian businesses the services they offered.

Qantas signs online booking deal with Alibaba travel platform

Alibaba Group's online travel platform Fliggy and Qantas have signed an agreement which will allow customers to book flights directly on the Fliggy website.

Vault 7: CouchPotato can capture video from remote streams

WikiLeaks has released details of a tool known as CouchPotato from its stash of CIA documents, in the latest leak of what began on 7 March and what it called the biggest dump of security material in history.

Microsoft laptops lose reliability tick from consumer goods testing site

The American consumer goods testing publication Consumer Reports has removed its "recommended" mark from four Microsoft laptops because of poor reliability compared to most other brands.

Kaspersky, Microsoft make peace; anti-trust motions dropped

Cyber security vendor Kaspersky Lab has dropped its anti-trust actions against Microsoft after the latter agreed to make changes to address the concerns the former had raised in its plaints to Russian, German and European Commission authorities.

LAUNCH VIDEO: Sony’s A1 Bravia OLED 4K HDR TV with ‘world first’ in-screen sound

Reviews are saying this is a tremendously fantastic TV, taking LG’s OLED panel and adding a stack of Sony smarts that make this TV state-of-the-art.

Delia Rickard, ACCC deputy chair

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman Rod Sims has welcomed the federal government’s reappointment of Delia Rickard as deputy chair for five years and praised her "tireless advocacy” for consumer rights.

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