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yesterdayThursday, 24 July 2014

Apple tentatively planning to announce iPhone 6 in September

Apple is looking to launch the next version of the iPhone during a keynote address in mid-September, according to reports. by Andrew Sadauskas
 

Twitter the latest tech company to admit it has a diversity problem: Just 10% of its tech employees are women

Social media giant Twitter is the latest in a string of Silicon Valley tech giants, including LinkedIn and Google, to admit it has a problem with gender and ethnic diversity. by Andrew Sadauskas
 

It’s berry white: BlackBerry announces white Passport, cloud-hosted BES10 MDM platform

BlackBerry has announced it is releasing its BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 mobile device platform and has also shown off a white version of its forthcoming Passport phablet. by Andrew Sadauskas
 

yesterdayThursday, 24 July 2014

How the internet was a big reset button for business

In the age of the web, business is like a petri dish says internet pioneer and Cluetrain Manifesto author Doc Searls. by Paul Wallbank
 

The good push guide: The who, when, what and why of using ‘push alerts’

Push notifications on a mobile app are a highly effective marketing tool. However, you need to be judicious when you use them. by Dennis Benjamin
 

What is Microsoft up to over the next year?

Here’s a first-hand account of what happened at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC). by David Markus
 

Former Apple executive Bill Campbell reflects on Steve Jobs and Tim Cook: Best of the Web

Late last week, Apple director Bill Campbell ended his 17-year run as a director at Apple. He recently shared his experiences working with Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and current chief executive Tim Cook. by Andrew Sadauskas
 

Brad Carr, director from Ry.com.au: My Best Tech

Brad Carr is a director of Australia's largest online beauty and hair care store, Ry.com.au. by Andrew Sadauskas
 

Amazon Fire Phone first look: Gadget Watch

On June 18, Amazon announced it was making its first smartphone with a new device called the “Fire Phone”. So is its first effort any good? by Andrew Sadauskas
 
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