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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

Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Google rakes in $1.8 billion revenue, pays $7.1 million tax

It has been a tightly held figure, but we now know just how much search engine giant Google rakes in each year from advertising revenue in Australia—and just how little the company pays in tax. by Kirsten Robb

Samsung’s weak quarterly guidance: worst results in two years

South Korean tech giant Samsung has released its second-quarter profit outlook and it is not great news for the smartphone leader. by Kirsten Robb

Tuesday, 8 July 2014

ERP and CRM systems dominate business cloud computing spending: IDC

Enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management services make up a majority of cloud spending worldwide, according to figures from IDC. by Andrew Sadauskas

Friday, 4 July 2014

Streaming and vinyl leading the charge in music consumption

Digital music consumption is rapidly shifting from downloads to streaming, according to Nielsen’s latest US Music report. by Kye White

US privacy groups says Facebook broke the law with psychology experiment

A consumer privacy group has filed a formal complaint with the US Federal Trade Commission claiming Facebook broke the law when it conducted a study on the emotions of its users without their knowledge or consent. by Kye White

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Despite Windows XP shutdown, PC sales decline for the eighth consecutive quarter

Despite businesses and consumers upgrading from Windows XP as it reached the end of its product life, worldwide PC shipments have recorded their eighth consecutive quarter of falls during the first quarter of 2014. by Andrew Sadauskas
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