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Friday, 19 June 2015

Fibit sprints out of blocks on Wall St debut

Fitbit has debuted on Wall Street with a $US4.1 billion ($5.2 billion) market capitalisation, as shares in the wearable technology company skyrocketed on open. by Kirsten Robb

Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Australians are global leaders in mobile: Research

Australians are some of the biggest smartphone addicts in the world according to a study released today by Google. by Kirsten Robb

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Microsoft acquires to-do list app Wunderlist

Microsoft has acquired the parent company of to-do list app Wunderlist for a sum estimated to be between $US100 million and $200 million. by Kirsten Robb

Save messages to send to customers with Facebook’s new “saved replies”

Facebook has quietly launched a feature for businesses that will allow them to write, save and then re-use responses to common questions when messaging customers on the platform. by Kirsten Robb

Friday, 29 May 2015

Google unveils one-touch Android Pay

Google has unveiled Android Pay, a feature that enables Android phone users to pay for purchases in apps or in store with the tap of a button. by Kye White

Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Facebook adds critic reviews to US restaurant pages

Just a week after announcing it will publish news articles into newsfeeds, Facebook has revealed plans to add the next level of editorial content to the platform: critics' restaurant reviews. by Kirsten Robb

One in four Aussies would implant a payment chip under their skin

With the rise in popularly of wearable tech, you may have just become used to the idea of your customers paying with the tap of their wrist – but what if they weren’t even wearing a watch? by Kirsten Robb

Friday, 22 May 2015

Plan by intelligence agencies to hack Google and Samsung app stores revealed

Australia’s spy agencies, along with those of the United States, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, planned to hijack the Google and Samsung app stores to implant spyware on phones. by Kye White

Bigcommerce teams up with PayPal to offer one-touch payments

Australian e-commerce startup Bigcommerce has partnered with PayPal and Braintree to offer one-touch payments for its 90,000 merchants. by Kye White
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