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Heres how Twitter hackers did their huge $250,000 bitcoin scandal

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We know you couldn’t miss it. If you did, this week multiple high profile accounts, such as Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Elon Musk, Kim Kardashian, and Apple, had their Twitter accounts hacked. But you really should not sent your bitcoins to this address. It all began with with a teasing message between two naive hackers late Tuesday on the online messaging platform Discord. “yoo bro,” wrote a user named Kirk. […]

Incorporating Trend Lines into Your Day Trading Strategy

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You may be aware of many benefits that technology has brought to us in virtual reality, industrial organisations, and consumer technology but one that we should be mindful of is the benefits technology gives us for trading online. All traders must be aware of several import techniques technology companies have developed that can boost your trading strategy, and one of those is the trend line. The trend line is one […]

World’s First Robot Restaurant Complex, where the robots cook for you.

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Just this week, the first robot restaurant complex at Shunde, a city in China’s Guangdong province. (Yeah, we’ve started planning our next trip..) Built by a subsidiary of Country Garden, Qianxi, the incredible robo-restaurant army is powered by the latest in advanced technologies to deliver meals in seconds. But wait until you see how cute they look! Handled by a group of more than 20 in-house robot chefs, meals are […]

Basecamp releases Hey, the hosted email service for neat freaks like us

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The well-known project management software team at Basecamp has launched in full-force their very own fully-hosted and full-featured email service known as HEY. Let’s try to run through what Hey has to offer really quickly in a bunch of words: Privacy Focused Emails, Fixing bad subjects, an imBox for important emails, managed attachments, quite & loud when you want it, workflows, news-feed style for crap, clips, private notes, .. and […]

6 Best Email Marketing Trends That Will Dominate 2020

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Do you believe in following trends when it comes to crafting a marketing strategy? Or do you stick to your findings and traditional methods? Well, to be honest, a promising strategy would bind both the things together to bring forth the best one on the table. Email marketing is one of the most impactful digital marketing channels of all time. We have enough validations that can second email marketing to […]

eSIM: The Billion-Dollar Opportunity

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With every major technological advancement comes new opportunities. Right now, the mobile industry ecosystem is advancing from the era of plastic SIM cards and the one-connection-per-user model into the era of remote SIM provisioning thanks to eSIM technology, creating a billion-dollar opportunity for mobile network operators. Meeting the Needs of the Connected Era The eSIM market is set to grow by nearly 400 percent within the next three years, reaching […]

Australia creates world’s fastest internet speed from a single optical chip

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Researchers from Monash, Swinburne and RMIT universities have successfully tested and recorded Australia’s fastest internet data speed, and that of the world, from a single optical chip – capable of downloading 1000 high definition movies in a split second. This is expected not only to fast-track the next 25 years of Australia’s telecommunications capacity, but also the possibility for this home-grown technology to be rolled out across the world. In […]

Australia To Become 5G World Leader

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A Parliament-first inquiry into 5G mobile technology in Australia tabled its report in the House yesterday. Committee Chair Dr David Gillespie says the inquiry saw the need for 5G to connect Australia and allow for a wave of innovation and opportunities not seen before “The Committee heard that Australia has the opportunity to be a 5G world leader. “ How Australia will get there The committee has agreed that the following recommendations have […]

6 Reasons Why IoT is a Vital Aspect of Digital Reality

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is a hot topic these days. Offering an ecosystem where companies gather, measure, and transmit heaps of data, IoT has opened up a world of possibilities. Businesses can collect invaluable data, gain insights into future trends, and come up with research-backed solutions. IoT gives them greater flexibility and enhances the lifetime value of their assets. IoT devices that are gradually marking their territory in the […]

Government Grills Mark Zuckerberg over Cryptocurrency Platform

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The CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, attended a congressional session on last Wednesday. His next ‘big idea’ of the globally renowned social network to foray in cryptocurrency was met with tremendous disdain. Libra is an about-to-be-launched cryptocurrency, which is securely backed by international assets. Its calling card is the ability to spend it anywhere all over the world. This also poses a ‘big if’ for the central banks and governments […]

Telstra threat MyRepublic finally launches in Australia with super cheap, gamer-geared NBN plan

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Singapore-based ISP MyRepublic has finally announced today that it will be opening its doors to Australian customers on November 15, promising unlimited data and the “ultimate” internet experience for gamers and streamers – but only if you live in a NBN-connected area. They say that their MyRepublic Gamer internet plan are engineered to deal with the litany of issues that Australian gamers face when playing online, such as latency, connection instability, and slow […]

Despite being twelve years old, Sony is blocking people from watching “Numa Numa” on YouTube

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In an odd and perplexing move, Australians can no longer see “Numa Numa” on YouTube. Despite being on the site for nearly ten years, a copyright claim by Sony Music Entertainment has now geoblocked Australians from accessing one of the earliest viral videos on YouTube. https://t.co/fkwO6Rm4El Sorry Australia… but you can still watch the original from 2004 on @Newgrounds! https://t.co/R4J8Jv6UP6 — Gary Brolsma (@Gman250) June 6, 2016 For those who need a refresher, the […]

Labor promises fibre-to-the-premises NBN, but embraces cable

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Photo: Kainet/Flickr (Creative Commons) The question of what Labor will do to the National Broadband Network if it does win the election has finally been answered. Labor has announced today that it will upgrade the NBN to a fibre-to-the-premises network; and will connect an additional two million homes and businesses to the network. Labor says they will cap the cost of their NBN rollout at $57 billion, $1 billion more than the current estimate of […]

iiNet founder Michael Malone wants TPG buyout rejected

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The founder and former chief executive of iiNet Michael Malone has said today that he will not support TPG’s bid to acquire the internet service provider, and asked that shareholders to not approve the bid – despite having unanimous approval from the board of directors. “My family and I do not believe this deal as it is structured is in the best interests of shareholders, staff or customers,” Malone told the Australian […]

IT’S HAPPENING! Netflix officially launching in AU and NZ on March 24

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UPDATED: Pricing Officially Announced  Yes, it’s finally happening. Netflix have officially announced that they’ll be launching in Australia and New Zealand on the 24th of March. Sure, we’ve known that Netflix would be launching in Australia sometime soon but now we have official word from the company! From March 24, users will be able to subscribe to Netflix and instantly watch a curated selection of movies and TV shows in HD […]