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Optus partners with tech giants in new cloud strategy

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Telco strengthens relationships with Microsoft, Cisco and AWS in renewed cloud push.

Pebble Time is the best smartwatch for your Android

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It might come as a surprise, but the best smartwatch for Android users wasn't developed by Google.

REVIEW: LG Urbane Watch - Android Wear is no match for the Apple Watch

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LG'Watch Urbane makes a good fist of pushing the boundaries of Android watches but it also highlights why the Apple Watch is ahead of the pack.

Can Spotify make video work?

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The music streaming outfit's ambition to expand into video and podcasts makes a lot of sense in theory. The trick is going to be the execution.

Tackling IT cost blowouts requires urgent rethink

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With the Victorian government in hot water for its ICT spending the issue of reining in IT spend is gaining considerable momentum in Australia.

REVIEW: HP Pro Slate 8

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As one of the few devices on the market to offer a pen that works on both a tablet and regular paper, the HP Pro Slate 8 holds a lot of appeal for those who want a digital copy of their notes. But it's far from perfect.

Freeview launches set-top box

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Freeview's aerialBox T2100 to deliver Australian free-to-air TV integrated with catch-up services.

Review: BitTorrent’s Bleep - The messaging app built for secrecy

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Using peer-to-peer technology for messaging Bleep is more private than Apple, Google and even Snapchat.

Optus Business, xMatters ink strategic partnership

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Firms to offer cloud communications layer to help deal with service disruptions and technical issues.

Body metadata and 3-D printing your clothes

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It might sound like science fiction but body scanning booths and the prospect of 3-D printing your next outfit is coming to a shopping centre near you.

Equinix adds Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute to Melbourne data centre

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ME1 facility to offer customers direct link to Microsoft's Azure cloud services.

Rescuing personal tech’s most endangered species: The stand-alone camera

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Smartphone-makers, touting photos of models frolicking in the sun, are on a campaign to convince us they’ve got the only camera we need. They’re wrong.

Why Apple's not sold on TV

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Making a television is a tough sell and despite investor Carl Icahn's enthusiasm Apple has well and truly put its TV ambitions on the back burner.

REVIEW: Parrot Bebop Drone

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Consumer drones are still very much the domain of serious hobbyists but French outfit Parrot wants to change that with its latest offering. So is it worth the price?

Google’s ‘mobilegeddon’ doesn’t go far enough

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While the desktop isn’t going away for websites it’s now a matter of adapt or die on mobile.

Samsung vs. LG: The TV duel to the death

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If you believe LG and Samsung, 4K is old hat. The Korean arch-­rivals are now spruiking even newer technologies that promise unparalleled image quality.

Federal government names first certified cloud provider

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Macquarie Telecom becomes first telco to make the grade for providing cloud services to the government.

MyGov portal open to business by 2016

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The Coalition government’s myGov digital mail platform is set to be expanded to businesses from next year.

Can Google outsell Amazon and eBay?

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Google doesn't just want to be the king of search results it's also taking steps toward becoming an online marketplace.

Kohler Quizzes: Bulletproof

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Alan Kohler speaks to Bulletproof CEO Anthony Woodward about the group's recent acquisition and financial results.

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