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Optus ups the data rollover stakes 

Optus ups the data rollover stakes

Optus goes one better than its Virgin Mobile subsidiary with data rollover on new plans.
How to help others while you buy and sell 

How to help others while you buy and sell

The idea of supporting a charity with a percentage of sales revenue or a fixed amount per unit has become quite widespread, if somewhat controversial.
Windows 10 Build 10162 edges towards the finish line 

Windows 10 Build 10162 edges towards the finish line

Microsoft has announced the release of Windows 10 Build 10162 to the Fast ring.
Windows 10 drops 29 July... but only for some 

Windows 10 drops 29 July... but only for some

If you've reserved your copy of Windows 10 and are keenly awaiting its 29 July release, don't get too excited, because you may have to wait a little longer.
The 5 keys to success for tech entrepreneurs (from a man who created a $2 billion business) 

The 5 keys to success for tech entrepreneurs (from a man who created a $2 billion business)

As part of an exclusive interview, Shutterstock CEO Jon Oringer gives five pieces of advice to young entrepreneurs
The 5 best TED Talks for business 

The 5 best TED Talks for business

Watch these five videos to expand and develop your business acumen
Hacks: How to access Apple Music 

Hacks: How to access Apple Music

The Apple Music streaming service is now available, and it beats any office muzak hands down. Here's how you can access it
Back up the data on your phone 

Back up the data on your phone

Keep your photos, text messages and contacts safe by borrowing good habits from the PC world: back up your data
Small biz keen on tax break for tech says retailer 

Small biz keen on tax break for tech says retailer

Planning to take advantage of the $20,000 asset write-off? You're not alone.
Sony creates crowdfunding platform for Japanese employees 

Sony creates crowdfunding platform for Japanese employees

Sony has launched its own crowdfunding platform. Called First Flight, the service won't be challenging the likes of Kickstarter and Indiegogo any time soon - aside from being created in order to finance projects from the brains of Sony employees, for the time being it's only available in Japan.
Dubai plans 3D-printed fully functional office 

Dubai plans 3D-printed fully functional office

If any city in the world was going to announce a 3D-printed office, complete with internal walls and furniture, Dubai would be high on the list of likely candidates.
Adobe Photoshop CC 2015 review 

Adobe Photoshop CC 2015 review

Not all of its many improvements are polished, but Photoshop remains the market leader – and it's ludicrously good value for money
Facebook opens up ad revenue sharing with video creators in a bid to best YouTube 

Facebook opens up ad revenue sharing with video creators in a bid to best YouTube

Facebook has always had the ambition to take on YouTube at its own game, but now the company has announced a new video monetisation strategy that could really turn the tables in its favour.
The mighty NBN continues to spread 

The mighty NBN continues to spread

The latest NBN construction update shows work to connect more than three million homes and businesses will be planned or underway by the end of 2015.
Researchers have increased fibre-optic power twentyfold 

Researchers have increased fibre-optic power twentyfold

As more of humanity moves onto the internet, the amount of data we send online has swollen. It's now reached a level that's caused scientists to seriously worry about the future of fibre-optic capacity.
Another new way to automate invoice processing 

Another new way to automate invoice processing

InvoiceSmash can eliminate much of the effort involved in processing invoices from your suppliers. And, crucially, speed up the process too.
Xerocon is heading to Melbourne! 

Xerocon is heading to Melbourne!

We're not saying Xero is our FAVOURITE or anything, but Xero's 2015 Xerocon conference is being held in Melbourne on 13 and 14 August. Which has to count for something, right?
Bulletproof adds professional services 

Bulletproof adds professional services

Need help taking your business into the cloud? Bulletproof would like to provide that help.
iPhone 6s will be stronger, thicker and feature Force Touch 

iPhone 6s will be stronger, thicker and feature Force Touch

iPhone follow-up will be made of the same material used in the Apple Watch. Makes sense.
Greeks give up on EU and bet on Bitcoin 

Greeks give up on EU and bet on Bitcoin

Well here's a side effect of this whole crisis that only seems obvious in hindsight. The shock referendum spurs upsurge in Bitcoin transactions by panicked Greek investors...

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