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todayWednesday, 8 July 2015

What do we care about deeply enough to solve, design or build for?

The way each of us thinks about the opportunities around us, combined with the skills we have to develop a unique perspective, must be at the heart of Australian small business growth. by Kate Eriksson
 

Thursday, 2 July 2015

Microsoft delivers an inflationary blow to Australian cloud aspirations

Microsoft has announced that it needs to put Australian Azure prices up. Will this deter businesses from making the move to the cloud? by David Markus
 

Why venture capital can be hazardous to the health of a tech startup

It is possible to have too much money in business. by Paul Wallbank
 

Gadget Watch: Chic Robotics self-balancing board

When you need to get from point A to point B you can do it the traditional way, walking, or you can take the this self-balancing electric sideways scooter. by Rebecca Colquhoun
 

How to track your favourite artist’s music habits; hurdles for big data down under; and artificial intelligence just got weirder: Best of the Web

Listening to your favourite musician’s own playlists probably is as great as it sounds, and that’s exactly what users of the music discovery platform Shazam will soon be able to do. by Renee Thompson
 

Why professional associations need to be offering ongoing member value

Professional associations play an important part in the business lives of many professionals, but are they keeping up with technology? by Dennis Benjamin
 

The BBC is not forgetting

The EU Courts made a ruling last year that search engine links about a person that are irrelevant or outdated can be removed by request. by Fi Bendall
 

Thursday, 25 June 2015

Amazon Echo: Gadget Watch

The Amazon Echo is an oddly chimeric device. by Engel Schmidl
 

How Google conquered the world; Paying your bills on a date; and Silicon Valley wants your moments: Best of the Web

Google didn’t develop the first online mapping program. But it developed the best. by Eloise Keating
 
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