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eBay joins tech giants in admitting it has work to do on diversity

eBay has joined LinkedIn, Google, and Twitter in admitting when it comes to the diversity of its workforce, it has a lot of work to do. by Kye White

LinkedIn beats expectations with 47% jump in revenue

LinkedIn has announced its second quarter results, which beat analysts’ expectations, posting $US534 million ($A574 million) in revenue, an increase of 47% compared to $US364 million in the second quarter of 2013. by Kye White

yesterdayThursday, 31 July 2014

Samsung retains lead over Apple in global smartphone market, as quarterly smartphone shipments hit 295.3 million worldwide: IDC

Samsung has retained its top position in the worldwide smartphone market over Apple, while shipment volumes boomed during the July quarter, according to figures released by IDC yesterday. by Andrew Sadauskas

Google Android gains ground on Apple iPhone in Australia, Windows Phone beating iOS in key European markets

Google’s Android operating system has extended its lead in the Australian smartphone market over Apple’s iOS, according to figures released by Kantar WorldPanel overnight. by Andrew Sadauskas

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Facebook stops selling ‘gifts’, to push ‘buy’ button for businesses

Facebook will stop selling gift cards and instead focus on new initiatives to help businesses sell their wares. by Kirsten Robb

Twitter grows user base and doubles revenue as share price soars

Twitter has posted a 24% increase in active users and more than doubled its revenue from last year. by Kirsten Robb

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

69% of all smartphone app developers earn less than $US1000 per month: Survey

Nearly 70% of all app developers are earning less than $US1000 per month, according to a global survey of 10,000 app developers compiled by analytics firm Vision Mobile. by Andrew Sadauskas

Friday, 11 July 2014

Amazon asks for permission to test drones

Amazon has asked the Federal Aviation Administration for exemption from rules that bar it from testing drones in the United States. by Kye White

Microsoft chief outlines bold ambition to revamp the tech company

Microsoft chief executive officer Satya Nadella is optimistic the company can shed its image as a slow-moving, bureaucratic, old-school business culture. by Kye White
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