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Amcom to roll out its cloud solution across University of Melbourne

Perth-based telecoms company secures its first significant deal since forging a partnership with the Australian Academic and Research Network in May.

REVIEW: Motorola Moto X

Long before Apple’s iPhone became synonymous with the mobile phone, there was Motorola. Now the pioneer is back and its Moto X could be Android’s answer to the iPhone.

Practice Ignition launches automated account payment system

PI Payments links payments system directly with invoicing system for streamlined accounting.

Enterprise apps need to be app store-ready

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While app stores are typically associated with mobile devices and low-cost consumer software, enterprise software producers should also get in on the action.

Visa updates its online payments offering

Visa Checkout to replace V.me by Visa with new interface, making online payments on any device simpler.

The best apps to fix your broken digital calendar

The calendar has always had one sole purpose: to keep us organised. But how do you organise your organisers?

GovHack sparks international interest, whets VC appetites

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The federal government's annual hackathon keeps going from strength to strength.

The next generation of Windows

Microsoft appears to have a pattern with its Windows releases: every second generation is a dud. That makes waiting for what follows Windows 8 all the more exciting.

ingogo jumps the gun on lowering taxi surcharges in NSW

Taxi-booking app lowers in-app booking surcharge from 8% to 5% ahead of forthcoming legislation.

IBM to bets big on chips breakthrough

Tech giant to invest $US3 billion over the next five years in chip research and development to find a way to revive its slumping hardware unit.

PC market still has a pulse: Gartner

The global PC market may see a revival of sorts this year as the transition from Windows XP finally starts to flow through, according to research firm.

Govt launches interactive map of Australia in 'open data' push

Communications Department, NICTA and Geoscience Australia team up to build National Map showing broadband access and geographic information.

Creating the perfect e-commerce website

Even the best designed websites throw up potentially deal-breaking obstacles for customers.

Combating analysis paralysis on the cloud

Everybody wants to be on the cloud but most enterprises are still stumped by the many choices laid before them.

IBM signs up to help fight China's war on smog

Global tech giant seals deal with Beijing to use advanced weather forecasting and cloud computing technologies to help tackle the Chinese capital's persistent smog.

Big data’s hidden problem

Why ‘big data’ is smaller than ‘copy data’, and what it means for your business.

ZipTel debuts on ASX via reverse listing

Pre-paid travel SIM card and VoiP services provider successfully raises $5 million to fuel marketing strategy.

OnePlus One: The Android superphone

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The OnePlus One is what an affordable smartphone should be, easily outpacing heavyweights like Samsung when it comes to delivering the Android experience.

The big four banks can't afford any more IT mistakes

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The big four banks have found agile adversaries in the likes of Google, Alibaba and PayPal, which could challenge up to 30 per cent of their revenues. Big investments in IT will be needed to stay ahead of the competition.

Catapult Sports buys GPSports ahead of US expansion

Melbourne-based sports technology start-up raised $6m for the acquisition.

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