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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 […]

Advantages Of Using Accounting Software For SMEs

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All businesses can take advantage of using accounting packages when running the company. It allows them to prepare their invoices to customers in the simplest way possible. It also lets them keep track of their expenses regularly. With the help of accounting packages, small and medium enterprises will be able to have efficient accounting even without hiring an entire team to do the whole job. Most kits come with accounting […]

LinkedIn CEO apologises for employees ‘appalling’ comments during their virtual town hall

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LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky was only days into his new role when he apologised for his staff who made “appalling” comments during LinkedIn’s virtual town hall of over 9000 employees from across the world, which is something you would expect on a local Facebook group comment section. The Microsoft-owned company hosted a virtual town hall meeting on Wednesday to talk about George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis and the racial inequalities […]

Despite the Coronavirus economic impact, Apple shares at an all-time high

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January was a peaceful time for most, with COVID-19 not spreading recklessly, you could comfortably sit in a restaurant, there were no toilet paper shortages, and Apple’s stock was sitting comfortably at $327.85 USD (January 29). However, by 23rd of March, we saw their share price drop harshly by 33% to $224.37. Now come June, we’re able to buy toilet paper, we’re easing out of isolation, Australia has become one […]

What is DatPiff?

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Are you a fan of mixtapes, more for the sharing part than the commercial part? You would be interested to know that DatPiff is your saviour! DatPiff is a free to use mixtape sharing website, how free? You can even listen to Mac Miller’s Faces mixtape. But that’s not all, Mac Miller as endorsed DatPiff by sharing over and over again on that platform. Originally launched in 2005 by a […]

Why Modern Businesses Need a Disaster Recovery Plan

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Access to data is crucial for the success of any modern business. It has a direct impact on a company’s operations. On the contrary, the unavailability of data can prevent the business from completing even the most basic tasks. Despite the importance of having data at hand, many companies still don’t invest in a disaster recovery plan. This is why we hear many stories of how, because of some minor mistakes, many businesses end up facing losses. While the company may be able to contain […]

AirPods Studio: Apple’s $500 over-ear headphones enter mass production in time for WWDC 2020 unveiling

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Concept Image Curtesy by MacRumours This year will be the first time we experience a full virtual WWDC event. Word on the street that Apple AirPods Studio may have already entered mass production, well ahead of the WWDC event. Expected to be announced at this WWDC 2020 this month, the US$349 (~AUD$515) over-ear headphones will compete with the likes of the Bose 700, the upcoming Sony WH-1000XM4 and the Surface […]

No, NASA didn’t find a parallel universe where time is running backwards

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Social media is great at spreading rumours, but usually, it’s because most things are open to interpretation… or lazy reading by some journalist. With that we bring some unfortunate news, scientists haven’t actually discovered a parallel universe. But you might think they have based on multiple reports from across the web. After an experiment in Antarctica by ANITA, which involves an array of radio antennas attached to a helium balloon […]

Quibi: game-changer. Big names, short-form content

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You’ve got Netflix, Disney+, Apple TV+, Stan, and.. whatever else is on your app list. But let me introduce you to Quibi, it is something very different, and only recently launched. While Australia has not been through an ‘official’ launch phase, Aussies can still access Quibi legally and easily via their app. Have you noticed that your attention span is fairly short now? Maybe you’re someone who prefers to watch […]

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 […]

EA Goes Open-Source with Command & Conquer Remastered Collection

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Today, Command & Conquer Remastered Collection lead producer Jim Vessella posted a community update outlining the game’s commitment to the modding scene. EA will be releasing the TiberianDawn.dll and RedAlert.dll – some dynamic libraries for developers to work with – and their corresponding source code under the GPL version 3.0 license. This license allows EA to let others view and use the source, but still have ownership. This makes Command & Conquer one of […]

Microsoft Sued for Trademark Infringement by Azure Knowledge Corporation

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Microsoft has been sued for trademark infringement and for passing off for the trademark ‘Azure’ by Azure Knowledge Corporation, or “Azure,” a leading IT Company who has worked with companies such as Bloomberg, Vodaphone, and Deutsche Bank. Azure Knowledge Corporation a leading market research solutions and global data collection provider, is headquartered in New Jersey USA, but the infringement is being filed in India. Azure Knowledge Corporation has stated that Microsoft deliberately used […]

8 Effective Ways to Optimise Your Business Website to Get More Sales

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All businesses need to make efforts to generate more sales. It is a method to create awareness with your target audience through content and attracting them with an offer they will be interested in. But it is not as simple as to put a “click here” or “book now” sign on your home page. By only putting buttons, leads will not pour in. Businesses need to design a practical and […]

Netflix just dropped their HUGE June lineup!

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Monthly Netflix lets us know whats coming for the month ahead. Heres whats coming. In total there are 55 new additions coming. This includes 21 original series, a new weekly special, 10 new Netflix Films, 3 Original Comedy Specials, 7 Original Documentaries, 4 for the kids, 3 anime films, and 7 licensed blockbusters. This feels like the refresh we’ve needed for a while. Highlights: the blockbusters Blinky Bill: The MovieDr. […]

Apple and Google release update with COVID-19 Exposure API for contact tracing

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Governments and health authorities across the world are working together to create and implement viable solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic. During April we saw Apple and Google join forces to develop a solution using Bluetooth to help governments and health authorities implement useful contact tracing, with user privacy and security at the centre of the design. Today, Apple and Google have released the first version of their Exposure API which […]