- With on-board Wi-Fi services to begin rolling out next month, Australia's largest airline has reported AU$515 million in statutory profit on revenue of AU$8.2 billion for the first half of the 2017 financial year.
- The existential threat of cyberwar has shifted from hand-waving about 'Cyber Pearl Harbor' to hand-waving about 'digital atomic bombs'. Hype? Maybe. Either way, politicians are talking tough.
- The super-premium application processor (AP) was made through the 10-nanometer FinFET process and will likely power the upcoming Galaxy S8.
- The South Korean electronics giant used Mission Critical PTT (MCPTT) technology to successfully trial seamless video streaming on a PS-LTE network.
- During the 2016 financial year, Freelancer experienced a record 37 percent increase in revenue, delivering AU$52.7 million thanks to a greater uptake of services and increased user and project acquisition.
- Cognitive assistance plays a key role in supplementing abilities others may be missing, but technology still needs to catch up to help them move beyond basic functions, says visually-impaired IBM Fellow.
- The online retailer has posted AU$1.5 million in statutory after-tax profit for its first full half since going public last year.
- During the 2016 financial year, Melbourne IT said it completed its company turnaround, resulting in a 91 percent increase in after-tax profit to AU$10.7 million.
- During Vantage, Telstra sat down with tennis legend and entrepreneur Andre Agassi, who shared with us his secrets to business success.
- MYOB will pay AU$48 million to add Paycorp's automated payments capabilities to its product suite.
- The accounting software company has reported AU$54 million in after-tax profit on revenue of AU$370.4 million.
- The proposed merger between Vodafone NZ and Sky TV has been rejected by the New Zealand Commerce Commission as it could adversely impact competition in the mobile and broadband markets.
- Telstra has pulled out of Autohome completely, selling its remaining 6.5 percent stake in the Chinese online auto company for AU$282 million.
- Fitbit also revealed that it paid just $23 million to acquire the assets of rival smartwatch maker Pebble in Q4 2016.
- The company's earnings were better than expected and HP's notebooks and personal systems sold well.
- Square's gross payment volume (GPV), a key metric for the payments company, ticked up to $13.7 billion.
- Developers are creating incredible virtual reality experiences. What happens when VR becomes used as a marketing technology?
- Instead of new features, this latest OpenStack release focuses on improving stability and performance.
- The investment stems from Autodesk's $100 million Forge Fund.
- Hootsuite said the acquisition will bolster its existing social media analytics dashboard, Hootsuite Analytics.
- Israeli firm eyeSight Technologies is adding cameras and software to cars to detect distracted driving.
- CNH Industrial is partnering with DroneDeploy on an agricultural drone package. The next generation of farmers might have to become experts in data analytics.
- What are the limits of AI? And how do you go from managing data points to injecting AI in the enterprise?
- For almost a decade AMD has yielded ground to Intel when it comes to processors, but the new Ryzen 7 chips change all that.
- Like most consumer packaged goods and food companies, Campbell Soup is struggling to grow sales. Enter ecommerce, science, analytics, and a lot of supply chain optimization.
- Like most consumer packaged goods and food companies, Campbell Soup is struggling to grow sales. Enter e-commerce, science, analytics and a lot of supply chain optimization.
- The versatile RX300 can operate as a locked-down Windows thin client or as a Raspberry Pi 3 device.
- We often see discounts of $100 on existing flagship phones when new flagships are about to be launched. T-Mobile is offering last year's models, which all run the latest version of Android, at a massive discount.
- With the upgrades, Adobe Sign will offer cloud-based digital signing on any device through the Adobe Document Cloud.
- The bumps and jostles of everyday use can spell disaster for workers who rely on consumer tablets -- even when they are paired with a rugged case. Ruggedized tablets combine durability and reliability with long battery life and enterprise-grade productivity tools.
- A demonstration from GE, Nokia and Qualcomm highlight how a private LTE network built on unlicensed and shared spectrum can bolster industrial Internet of things deployments.
- If the idea of joining the Windows Insider program fills you with dread about the dangers of running beta software, consider the Release Preview ring. Here's how to sign up.
- A UPS truck was equipped with Workhorse's drone delivery system, but drivers will still remain central to the business.
- Information security professionals need to get beyond 'blaming the user' says expert.
- via HongkiatMany people today spend most of their time on YouTube, whether for learning purpose or watching some cat videos. If you are one of those users who spends hours jumping from one YouTube recommendation to another, then you should definitely hone its keyboard shortcuts. 5 YouTube Tricks You Probably Didn’t Know
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- Apple Park's 1,000-seat, glass cylinder auditorium will be named the Steve Jobs Theater, in honor of the late co-founder, who would have turned 62 this Friday.
- The wireless ecosystem is picking up the pace when it comes to trials of 5G services.
- When it comes to cyber security, what should you really be worried about?
- At RSA 2017, we met with executives at IBM Security, HPE, Hytrust, Zscaler, and Bracket Computing to talk about challenges in cybersecurity, IoT security, data sovereignty, cloud-based security, and more.
- Can Jide's Remix OS on Mobile deliver the dream of one device to power all your computing needs, from mobile to desktop, and the TV?
- via Design WeekDesign Week and University of the Arts London (UAL) are both 30 years old and over that time design and arts education have witnessed huge technological and systemic changes, while today education institutions battle against the consequences of funding cuts and hikes in fees.
We spoke to professor of interactive digital arts Fred Deakin about how design and arts education has developed and evolved.
UAL, formerly the London Institute, was founded in 1986 and comprises Camberwell Colleg
- via HongkiatHave you ever wondered just which is the biggest brand in the world? If you do, then this infographic made by Howmuch.net will interest you as it is a map that shows off the most valuable brands of 2017, as well as its brand strength, in a number of countries around the world.
While the map doesn’t list down the most valuable brands of all the countries, the map does highlight some of the biggest brands around the world. Google sits on the throne as the most valuable brand in 2017 as the t
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