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Watch this space: The five enterprise trends that matter

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Innovation in enterprise software does not always come in waves, it is defined by ongoing add-ons and changing features all aimed at delivering more intelligence, automation and information.

BlackBerry posts surprise profit

by AP
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Smartphone and software maker's fourth quarter profit bounces but revenue slides 33 per cent.

Microsoft buys LiveLoop

by AFP
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Software giant buys mobile app that allows multiple users to collaborate on PowerPoint presentations simultaneously.

Apple talks with major networks over TV

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Tech giant set to offer around 25 channels across any iOS device as soon as September.

Smartphone Smackdown: HTC One M9 vs. Samsung Galaxy S6

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This year’s heavyweight bout in the Android space is between the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9 and with HTC's Galaxy killer set to land in Australia next week, here's how the two stack up.

St George jumps on the Apple Watch bandwagon

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Bank says it has developed an app that will let customers check their account balance and look up the nearest ATM and branch with the Apple Watch.

BlackBerry takes another shot at the tablet market

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Canadian tech icon emphasises iron-clad security as part of its pitch to business and ­government customers.

Woolworths takes a byte of Apple Watch

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It turns out the Fresh Food People are indeed one of several Australian firms building apps for Apple Watch.

REVIEW: Chromebook Pixel

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Paying $US1300 for a beautiful computer that just browses the web might seem insane but the second-edition of Google's Chromebook Pixel certainly commands attention.

Why do all smart phones look the same?

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Companies are now copying Apple’s key strategy of allowing functionality to determine design. As function grows, the design possibilities are truly endless

Apple Watch battery life raises concerns

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Apple will offer to replace old batteries in its watches, just like it does in aging iPads and iPhones.

Apple Watch: The key to glorious self-obsession

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Apple boss Tim Cook says the Apple Watch is a “comprehensive health and fitness companion” but there's a hidden, dark side to that claim.

Apple Watch ticks the boxes

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Apple Watch may be a great smartwatch but it’s not a revolutionary product, not yet anyway.

Apple, HBO seal streaming partnership

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Apple has signed on as the exclusive digital launch partner for HBO’s forthcoming streaming video service,

iPhones to collect data for medical research

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Apple's ResearchKit app turns the iPhone into a research tool that collects and collates data from sufferers who could share it with medical research bodies.

Wraps come off Apple Watch, new MacBook

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Watch pre-orders begin April 10 as tech giant releases product that could define Cook era.

Google eyes Android-powered VR future

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Google has assembled a team of engineers to build a version of the Android operating system to power virtual-reality applications.

Hacking away at cyber-overload

Cyber-buzzwords that mean nothing are short-circuiting important debate on information security, it's time to stop using the word.

The tangled web of wireless charging

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Wireless charging for mobile devices is inexorably entering the mainstream but with three competing technical standards vying for primacy, it's no walk in the park.

Netflix takes it on the chin on net neutrality

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Netflix has long been seen as a champion for net neutrality but the US streaming giant has decided against rocking the boat on the issue in Australia, and with good reason.

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