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  • Angry Birds broadly banned by Aussie IT bods

    Angry Birds and Clash of Clans are among the apps most often banned by Australian businesses, according to data from enterprise mobility management firm, MobileIron.

    Written by George Nott30 Aug. 16 12:56
  • Sir Ray Avery: observation key to innovation

    ​New Zealand’s leading inventor, entrepreneur and "Readers Digest readers’ ‘Most Trusted Man’ 2011”, Sir Ray Avery, was in Sydney last week to give advice to app-makers, CIOs and startups.

    Written by George Nott01 Aug. 16 10:33
  • 3 things to know about Softbank's plan to acquire ARM

    Since the release of the iPhone, ARM's chip designs have driven a mobile revolution. The small chip company has kept giants like Intel on their knees, and now it's on the verge of being acquired by Softbank for a stunning US$32 billion.

    Written by Agam Shah19 July 16 02:23
  • ANZ draws Blade on CBA's Albert

    ​ANZ Bank will be releasing an all-in-one mobile point-of-sale device later this year to compete with the likes of CBA’s Albert.

    Written by George Nott01 July 16 09:29
  • ​The customer experience algorithm

    All companies are on a journey to transform their customer experience and taking various approaches to this, but what are the basic elements of this equation?

    Written by David Gee02 Feb. 16 10:38
  • ​ANZ upgrades online banking

    ANZ on Friday announced an upgrade to its Internet banking platform, claiming it’s the first major Australian bank to offer a consistent experience to 2.1 million customers across desktop, tablet, and mobile.

    Written by Byron Connolly27 Nov. 15 12:46
  • Mozilla offers app to create Web pages on smartphones

    The Mozilla Foundation wants to make sure that the Web remains a platform where anyone can create content, rather than just a place to consume information and services created by others.

    Written by Joab Jackson18 Aug. 15 04:25
  • Microsoft tests app that will read you the news

    Microsoft is quietly testing an app that seems designed for people who feel overwhelmed by the media's endless stream of news stories and who wish they had a helper app that reads them article summaries.

    Written by Blair Hanley Frank15 Aug. 15 07:04