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DesignCrowd hits payments milestone

Australian crowdsourcing outfit sets up shop at San Francisco with eyes on making further inroads in the US market.

Telstra sheds light on metadata requests

Telco's latest privacy report shows it received 84,949 requests from the law enforcement agencies, with only 3.9 per cent accompanied with a warrant.

Apple's iWatch to cost a pretty penny

The tech giant is seemingly sticking to its formula of charging a hefty premium for its devices, with the iWatch to reportedly cost around $US400.

ACCC pursues gaming company Valve over refund policy

Alleges the company's current refund regime for its Steam platform is in breach of local consumer laws.

Capgemini launches digital innovation lab in Melbourne

IT consulting, outsourcing and services company Capgemini opens doors to lab designed to help local businesses make the most of social, mobile, analytics and Cloud (SMAC) technologies.

Google drones take flight in Queensland

Tech giant's 'Project Wing' program comes out of the shadows, with Australia serving as the testing ground.

Apple could unwrap iWatch in September: report

The new iPhone 6 models might not be the only thing Apple is going to unveil on September 9, with the long-awaited iWatch also reportedly set to see the light of day.

One in 10 Australians to get the NBN in FY2015

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Full steam ahead for multi-technology network with NBN Co tripling the number of services activated in the 12 months to June 30 2014.

NBN Co to appeal Telstra's $200m CPI win

NBN Co to once again lock horns with the telco over when consumer price index adjustments should start applying under the $11 billion NBN deal.

Labor sees red over NBN cost-benefit analysis

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Opposition communications spokesman Jason Clare fires back at the Coalition labelling the analysis biased and flawed.

Telstra squeeze to blame for higher internet prices: CloudFlare

DNS service provider takes aim at Telstra for its egregious transit pricing, a charge vehemently denied by the telco.

Apple working on a bigger iPad

Tech giant reportedly sets the wheels in motion to give the tablet a major makeover, with work on a new iPad - sporting a 12.9 inch screen - set to start in 2015.

Nine, Fairfax tie the knot on Stream Co

Subscription video-on-demand service, to be led by fomer ninemsn talent Mike Sneesby, will operate independently of the existing media businesses.

Telstra extends 4G LTE trials to Sydney, Adelaide

Telco extends the list of locations where it's putting its 4G services on the 700 HZ spectrum to the test, after gaining early access to the spectrum.

Coalition's data retention regime to leave URLs alone

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Web histories of Australian citizens to be left alone for now but metadata could include financial, contact and transactional information.

Amazon bets big on Twitch

Online retail giant is splashing almost a billion dollars to secure its seat in the video-streaming merry-go-round and it could be money well spent.

Facebook to weed out click-bait

The social network tweaks it algorithm to eliminate click-bait articles from choking the newsfeeds of its users.

M2 annual revenue ticks over the billion dollar mark

Melbourne-based communications outfit posts a whopping 53 per cent increase in profit as customer base shows healthy growth.

Airbnb gears up to boost local appeal

Apartment-rental service recruits Quickflix co-founder Sam McDonagh to further increase awareness of the Airbnb brand in the region.

Optus eyes September launch for latest satellite

Telco's Optus 10 satellite - designed to operate in the Ku-band FSS and BSS bands - primed and ready to go

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