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Monday, 18 August 2014

Melbourne business takes Whirlpool forum to court over negative online post

Online forum Whirlpool is being dragged to court by a Melbourne-based financial services provider, which says the Australian website is refusing to remove a negative post about its services. by Eloise Keating

Thursday, 24 July 2014

Where the streams meet: Netflix eyes off Aussie competitor Quickflix

The state of the streaming market in Australia may be about to face another shake up, as US giant Netflix reportedly eyes off Australia’s biggest player, Quickflix. by Kirsten Robb

Monday, 21 July 2014

Why did it take Catch of the Day three years to a reveal data breach?

Deals website Catch of the Day has told some of its customers their passwords and credit card details were stolen, three years after the data breach took place. by Kirsten Robb

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Eight things you need to know from the Apple conference

Apple’s chief executive Tim Cook has introduced the company’s new operating systems for Mac computers and iOS devices during a keynote speech at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. by Kirsten Robb

Friday, 30 May 2014

Five tips for creating a content strategy that stands out in a crowd

Between personal blogs, traditional media outlets and social media channels, it’s becoming increasingly hard for brands to create a signal that breaks through the marketing noise. by Jeetu Mahtani

Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Yahoo releases new mobile native advertising products, Android version of News Digest

Yahoo has announced the release of its new content-integrated mobile native ad products, alongside international and Android versions of its News Digest app. by Andrew Sadauskas

Thursday, 8 May 2014

Google goes shopping, acquiring three companies in the past week

Google has splashed out on three companies in the past week, acquiring restaurant website builder Appetas, cloud monitoring service Stackdriver, and back office systems provider Rangespan. by Engel Schmidl

Thursday, 8 May 2014

Know thy data

What the chief privacy officer for Intel Security can teach businesses about privacy. by Paul Wallbank

Best of the Web: Alibaba’s IPO means consumer tech innovations from Asia can’t be ignored anymore

Alibaba finally filed for its highly anticipated initial public offering yesterday. The IPO of the world’s largest e-commerce company is expected to surpass the $16.4 billion raised in 2012 by Facebook. by Cara Waters
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