Sydney-based IT solutions provider The Project Factory is connecting disabled war veterans and creating a new online community platform and app for UK-based military charity, Blesma, which provides lifelong support for veterans who have lost a limb.
Melbourne-based app developer Snap Send Solve has paid $12,600 to settle an infringement notice issued by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
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