Commercial

Australia one of the cheapest places in the world to rent digital content: AHEDA

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Fires back at Choice's campaign on digital content prices.

Etihad Stadium to receive tech upgrade

Telstra and Cisco signed on to enhance the stadium's Wi-Fi and IPTV capabilities.

A fibre freeze is hampering Tasmania’s tech transformation

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The Apple Isle is forging a new future in the global digital economy, but issues with the NBN, data centres and backhaul are holding it back.

Banking's double disruption

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Digital wallets and P2P lending will do more than simply reduce banks' margins -- they'll completely break up the business of banking as we know it.

Is NICTA on the road to privatisation?

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It's crunch time for the nation’s premier information technology research institution and it's far from certain what the organisation will look like in two years, or whether it will still exist.

Westpac plots a 'service' revolution

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Bank's chief Gail Kelly reminds staff that innovation is part of Westpac's DNA at the launch of its latest development hub.

Australia's oracles of disruption are being disrupted

And it's all happening behind closed doors.

Australia's data potential left unfulfilled

The local economy left behind $48 billion on the table last year because of its inability to fully leverage the potential of data-driven innovation, according to a new report.

NEC scores $150m defence deal

Japanese giant's Australian IT solutions and service division to consolidate the Department of Defence's 280 data centres around the country and overseas.

Australian M2M market to be worth $530m by 2019

Telcos gearing up to take advantage as the Internet of Things trend starts to make an impact in the local transport and logistic, healthcare and retail sectors.

Australia's last chance for infrastructure competition

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The Vertigan Panel has an opportunity to ensure that there are sufficient incentives for the private sector to build high speed broadband networks in the metros. This is the real NBN cost benefit analysis that needs to be done.

Banks alert to Apple Pay challenge

Apple's belated recognition of NFC technology coupled with its marketing prowess will have banks looking over their shoulder.

Automation threatens job growth: B20 panel

SEEK founder warns on problem without 'much of a solution', OECD eyes new opportunities.

Apple unveils new iPhones, smartwatch

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Tech giant opts for size boost in latest incarnations of iPhone, enters watch market.

Alibaba’s IPO: What the latest filing reveals

Investors have a host of questions about the initial public offering of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., the Chinese e-commerce giant.

CIO budgets are beefing up quickly

The number of chief information officers who have been granted a larger budget for the coming year has almost doubled, a report shows.

Twitter rolls out 'Buy' button for select users

Social media platform wants its users to more easily move from a tweet to a shopping cart, with the company unveiling its first foray into e-commerce.

Is Foxtel's price slash enough to keep it in the picture?

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With falling prices, more online video and broadband bundling on the way, Foxtel is hoping you'll come for the cheaper content and stay for the Triple-Play.

Average online spend dips on shaky consumer confidence

Three in four Australians are spending more than $2500 each year buying goods and services over the internet.

How online shopping is really delivering

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The surge in online retail has forced transportation companies to re-engineer their services, and consumers are the big winners.

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