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Apple Pay heralds a new, safe era of cashless convenience 

Apple Pay heralds a new, safe era of cashless convenience

Mobile payment systems have been around for years without gaining much traction, but this might be about to change with the release of the iPhone 6’s Apple Pay.
iPhone 6: what do you get for your money? 

iPhone 6: what do you get for your money?

The 4.7in iPhone 6 and 5.5in iPhone 6 Plus have been announced. Click to see the new features and how much you'll pay.
Hiring today, for tomorrow: the risks of hiring people who 'fit' 

Hiring today, for tomorrow: the risks of hiring people who 'fit'

The costs associated with recruiting the wrong person are always high, not only in financial terms but emotionally as well.
The quest to go paperless (Part 3): software 

The quest to go paperless (Part 3): software

Anthony Caruana explains how he uses Evernote in the quest to create a paperless filing system for his home office.
Zoom2u is another way to deliver a package in a hurry, if you're in Sydney 

Zoom2u is another way to deliver a package in a hurry, if you're in Sydney

Zoom2u could be set to shake up the courier business in much the same way as services such as ingogo and Uber are affecting the taxi trade.
Here's a free way to access your desktop from a tablet 

Here's a free way to access your desktop from a tablet

Like Parallels Access, Citrix ShareConnect is another - and in some ways better - method for running desktop applications from your tablet.
Eftpos moves from PoS into online retail 

Eftpos moves from PoS into online retail

Point of sale payments provider eftpos is shaping up for a presence in online shopping.
Asus Transformer Pad TF103C reviewed: handy for a touch of work on the move 

Asus Transformer Pad TF103C reviewed: handy for a touch of work on the move

The Asus Transformer Pad TF103C is a top-notch hybrid that successfully blends laptop and Android tablet at an amazing price. Read the review.
Before you judge personality tests, consider what they don't judge 

Before you judge personality tests, consider what they don't judge

Many job seekers are wary of personality testing. They will accept prying interviews and secretive reference checks, but baulk at having their personalities assessed.
Unlicensed software results in costly payment for Perth company 

Unlicensed software results in costly payment for Perth company

A Perth-based engineering firm has settled a $65,000 case of unlicensed use of software.
Sharing work is easier with an Open Document Format 

Sharing work is easier with an Open Document Format

Many individuals have been using ODF for years, but the open format is also being adopted by organisations, including companies and governments.
This 4G smartphone costs $219 

This 4G smartphone costs $219

It's possible to spend a lot less on a smartphone if you're prepared to go with a brand you might not be familiar with.
The quest to go paperless (Part 2): your process 

The quest to go paperless (Part 2): your process

Once you've bought your scanner, what then? Anthony Caruana explains his method for getting rid of piles of paper from his desk.

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