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We are ready to spend more: Research reveals retailers could see sales rise this...

Good news for the retail industry as new research suggest that more than half of Aussie shoppers will spend more in the second half of 2015 than the first

Cash really is king: the online cashback industry is steadily on the rise

Consumers have a growing love of cashback programs, the industry is estimated to be worth up to US$85b & Australia is enjoying a burgeoning piece of the pie

Local cloud-based start-up has plans to make a few US companies uncomfortable

Kounta, the cloud-based point of sale platform that has taken Australia by storm, has recently launched in the US, looking to fill what they...

Check out what some big brands’ logos would look like if they were designed...

The hipster trend has taken off worldwide, but one place that hipsters have not popped up however, is in big brand logos.  DesignCrowd, a virtual...

A company that parodies itself is a confident one [VIDEO]

This is an official corporate video for a Microsoft services company in the U.K., Risual. But the thing is, it's mocking every corporate IT company...

Did this ad just call Siri fat? [VIDEO]

I mean, really? Did this ad for Microsoft's Cortana just make a size-joke about another virtual assistant? I know the stakes are high in the...

Seven steps to get more from cloud tools [FREE CHEAT SHEET]

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Don’t over think it, just KIISS! Keep It Insanely Simple Stupid

Why do most businesses make it so complicated for themselves, as well as you and me as consumers? And how come some businesses get...

Naked Selfies, FBI and 4Chan: Should you really be afraid of the cloud?

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5 Business Lessons From Tinder [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you're anything like me, online dating might be something you'd prefer to avoid. But, being lovers of all things entrepreneurial, the run-away success...

5 Business Lessons from Dating On Tinder

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7 Business Lessons From Game of Thrones [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you're anything like me, you'll still be sulking that you won't get to see any more Game of Thrones until next year. But, while...

He has found a solution to the problem of city parking and raised $350,000...

Nick Austin (pictured right) had a successful career in finance, first designing integrated portfolio management products at CBA and then moving into portfolio management...

5 Business Lessons From Game of Thrones. Is winter really coming?

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Finding IT talent will never be the same again thanks to MS Gooroo

With its vision of building a global source of IT talent using complex data science to accurately match people to jobs, careers, companies and...

Is Australia undermined by ‘industrial-age’ innovation? Just ask Microsoft

Days ago, StartupAUS’s Crossroads report detailed chinks in Australia’s start-up ecosystem, calling for a major overhaul if the nation is to catch up with global leaders. Now Microsoft is calling for a transition to an information-age innovation ecosystem.

After conquering Australia, this 23-year-old entrepreneur is spreading her innovative recruitment start-up’s wings to...

Founded by 23-year-old entrepreneur Gen George, OneShift is an online job-matching service that is out to take the hassle out of recruitment while chopping...

The year is 2050. We use our heartbeats to log into PayPal. The password...

New research recently revealed that an alarming number of people still use login credentials that are way too easy to hack, such as “password”...

I’ve heard this internet thingy might be the next big thing! Check out this...

I love this video. I love the hair. I love the clothes and, I love the forward thinking that is shows. It's 1981 (were you even...

Computing with a wink of the eye! Microsoft, University of Melbourne to collaborate on...

Microsoft’s new $8 million centre at the university will develop ways to help humans use computers in natural, intuitive ways – with a variety of facial expressions, perhaps, building on recent successes with motion sensors, touchscreens and voice commands.

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