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Wednesday, 29 October 2014

SMEs spend up to $1000 a year on paper: Why Telstra says your business needs to up your apps

Australian SMEs are spending up to $1000 each year on paper, according to research from Telstra, with 75% of businesses surveyed saying they still fork out the cash for paper processes. by Kirsten Robb

See your ad money here: Facebook reports ad revenue up 64% to $2.96 billion for quarter

If you run a Facebook page for your business, you’ve likely seen the social network plugging its ad services with a ‘See your ad here’ module on the side of your page. by Kirsten Robb

Friday, 24 October 2014

Microsoft credits cloud and hardware growth for record first-quarter revenue

Microsoft has posted record first-quarter revenue, which it says is thanks to its cloud strength and hardware progress. by Kye White

Moto 360 smartwatch available in Australia from October 31

The latest Motorola Android Wear smartwatch, the Moto 360, will be available in Australia and New Zealand from October 31. by Kye White

Friday, 17 October 2014

Google’s third quarter results disappoint

A slowdown in paid clicks has led to Google posting third quarter results which were short of analysts’ expectations. by Kye White

Friday, 10 October 2014

Snapchat becomes latest social media platform to roll out advertising

Popular smartphone message app Snapchat is set to introduce advertising. by Kye White

Friday, 26 September 2014

International subscribers fuelling Netflix’s growth

International subscribers are consuming a growing portion of online streaming platform Netflix’s content, according to research from The Diffusion Group. by Kye White

Dear Rupert: Google hits back at media mogul’s claims it breeds piracy

Google has rejected allegations made by News Corp in a letter to the European Commission that it uses its market position to stifle competition and is a platform for piracy. by Kye White

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Samsung in peace talks with Microsoft over patent battle

Samsung Electronics vice chairman Lee Jae-yong has offered an olive branch to Microsoft chief executive officer Satya Nadella over their patent dispute, according to The Korea Times. by Kirsten Robb
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