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iPhone 6 to include mobile payments platform

Apple's next iPhone will include the company’s own NFC mobile payments platform, sources have told Wired. by Kye White
 

Three business lessons from The New York Times

The New York Times innovation study has important lessons about digital disruption for all business owners and managers by Paul Wallbank
 

Enterprising content: 20 of Australia's best business blogs

Business blogging is a tough skill to master – but these 20 Aussie businesses have mastered the craft. by Patrick Stafford
 

Why your business should be on Facebook – part two

The benefits of a business Facebook presence continue to be felt by many SMEs. by Craig Reardon
 

Google Play to emphasise tablet-optimised apps from November 21

Google has announced a major change to its Google Play app store for Android, with tablet users set to only see “designed for tablets” apps by default. by Andrew Sadauskas
 

BEST OF THE WEB: The inside story of how Apple made the iPhone

Ever since Steve Jobs passed away there have been plenty of stories coming out from the Apple woodwork about the entrepreneur and his dedication – bordering on obsession – to his craft. by Patrick Stafford
 

MY BEST TECH: How Gary Ng uses TripIt to keep on top of his travel plans

A clever travel app makes life on the go a lot easier for busy entrepreneur Gary Ng. by Patrick Stafford
 

iPad announcement set for October 22 – what should we expect?

Barely a month after Apple announced two new iPhone models, the tech giant is back again with reports the company will debut new versions of the iPad on October 22. by Patrick Stafford
 

iPad announcement set for October 22 – what should we expect?

Barely a month after Apple announced two new iPhone models, the tech giant is back again with reports the company will debut new versions of the iPad on October 22. by Patrick Stafford
 

A shocking number of Australian internet users aren’t concerned about malware, new ACMA research reveals

More Australians are connected to the internet than ever before, but nearly half of them aren’t concerned about malware or other software infections, new research from the Australian Communications and Media Authority has revealed. by Patrick Stafford
 

BEST OF THE WEB: How BlackBerry met its demise

BlackBerry has nearly met the end of its public life - and an investigative report reveals what exactly went wrong. by Patrick Stafford
 

GADGET WATCH: Samsung Galaxy Gear

The Galaxy Gear is the first smartwatch on the market from a major manufacturer - but is the first version of anything worth a buy? by Patrick Stafford
 

MY BEST TECH: How Michael McKinnon supercharges his timesheets

Michael McKinnon needs to keep track of his timesheets constantly - and a handy app makes sure he never gets overloaded. by Patrick Stafford
 

No one likes change

Your customers are never going to like change - you have to convince them. by Patrick Stafford
 

BEST OF THE WEB: How social media is making gang violence worse

Social media is a wonderful tool, but in some corners of the world, it's making violence worse. by Patrick Stafford
 

GADGET WATCH: iPhone 5c

The iPhone 5c has a colourful design - but is there any substance beneath the style? by Patrick Stafford
 

How Brian Walker uses Red Laser to compare and contrast products on the road

Brian Walker needs to keep up with various product offers in his chosen industry - and Red Laser helps him do it. by Patrick Stafford
 

Turnbull announces “strategic review” of National Broadband Network

The Coalition government has begun the first steps in its shake-up of the National Broadband Network, with Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull announcing a widespread review of the entire project. by Patrick Stafford
 

BlackBerry announces $US1 billion loss: Three of the company’s biggest mistakes

BlackBerry announced a massive $1 billion quarterly loss over the weekend – and more than 4500 staff layoffs. That figure is nearly 40% of the company’s workforce. by Patrick Stafford
 

NBN board resigns as network prepares for massive change

The entire board of the National Broadband Network has reportedly handed in their resignations, but both the company and government are tight-lipped on the matter. by Patrick Stafford
 
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