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Would you buy a car without seeing it? This start-up lets you finance a...
Buying a car with Approval Buddy can be done from a smart phone or PC – cutting out having to deal with sales teams and finance departments. Customers fill out an application form, attach an ad of a car they’re interested in.
This new tech start-up enables businesses to stream music without breaking the law
QSIC, Australia’s first and leading commercially licensed music streaming service, has exceeded 1.5m streams in the last quarter and has added Melbourne, super-venue, Garden State, to its expanding client database.
This Melbourne-based file-sharing service is giving Google Drive and Dropbox a run for their...
Sixty Digits, a small Melbourne-based business has created a file-sharing service more than three times faster than the big boys of file sharing: the...
Samsung tries to beat iPhone snobbery at its own game
Depending on which side of the Apple vs. PC / iPhone vs. Android rivalry you're on, this video will either delight or dismay. The folks at Samsung decided to promote their latest flagship phone, the Galaxy S II, by happily skewering Apple fandom. Can Samsung beat Apple at its own game?
Bluetooth for your PC [not just for shouty, look-at-me types with ear pieces]
Poor old Bluetooth. For a while now it’s been misappropriated by loud, shouty types stomping up the high street fog-horning ‘Buy! Buy! SELL!’ into their ear pieces. We here at Anthill -- with a liberal dollop of help from the delightful folk at Intel -- would like to reclaim Bluetooth as much more than just a conduit for idiots.
This is how mobile will change the future of retail, in 3 min, 4...
Top-ranked digital marketing agency, Resource Interactive, predicts mobile devices will rewrite the retail rulebook. And fast. Plus, 68% of B2C companies in North America claiming to have acquired customers via Facebook.
Ever IM’ed a friend who was sitting in the same room? Survey reveals what...
A clear majority of Australians today value their laptops more than their TVs, according to a survey commissioned by Intel. With all the talk of the internet becoming a fourth utility in households, that finding may not surprise. But just how internet dependent are we? According to the same survey, a lot of us are now OK chatting online or Facebooking with someone within earshot.
What do you use your computer for? “Work. You know, email and stuff.” (Good...
Your computer is dead and you need to buy a new one. Well, have you actually taken the time to think about what you use a computer for? “Work. You know, email and stuff,” is not a proper answer.
Hackers, Crackers, Script-Kiddies, Cyber-Spies: Can you spot the bad guy?
For about US$400, almost anyone can buy appropriate scripts and after about four hours of working through the instructions, be fully set up as a cyber criminal. Scary stuff.