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Did you know that remote working is on getting popular world over? [INFOGRAPHIC]

All over the globe, remote working is on the rise. With the rise of technology in the likes of smartphones, tablets and laptops and also through increased online connectivity...

Can’t get off your phone? This app is tackling social media addiction in a...

The aim of App is to help us understand what normal is when it comes to how much time we truly spend on our phones. There is so much noise in the media about this issue but most of the data is anecdotal without any real data.

Australia’s tech sector poised for greatness thanks to millennial entrepreneurs

If you look back to the pre-millennial time before 1980’s, there were as many dreams and talents as now. Since then, technology, the Internet and smartphones democratised opportunities and brought them closer to those with the dream to do more, especially the youth.

Why can’t we text companies? This obvious business idea just won over 300 business...

Sydney startup URGE has leveraged what seems to be a blindingly obvious idea and turned it into a rapidly growing and scalable business. Customers can now directly message the company that they are clients of.

More and more Australians are using smartphones to do their online shopping, what does...

Australian consumers are increasingly using smartphones to make purchases online, according to a recent report from performance marketing company Criteo. Its Q4 2015 State of Mobile Commerce...

Do you know why you are addicted to Facebook, Twitter and Candy Crush? [VIDEO]

have you ever wondered how we ended up with our heads buried in our smartphones? How did these apps steal our “souls”?

All ye merchants, wake up! Mobile commerce is growing way faster than you think

Performance marketing tech company Criteo recently released its Q4 2014 State of Mobile Commerce Report, critically looking into consumers’ mobile shopping behaviour and trends. Finding that...

How very retro: Turn your smartphone into a Polaroid photo printer [VIDEO]

Ah Polaroid. If you're off a certain generation, there's a heady mix of emotions associated with Polaroid cameras - the camera that instantly printed...

The Centre for Selfie Improvement: A cracking good ad from Dell [VIDEO]

I will admit I am not partial to the selfie. In fact, I hate having my photograph taken. I think I have taken maybe three...

Is your business prepared for the future of mobile or still living in the...

Do you remember Doc Brown, Marty McFly and their famous time machine? After having messed things up in the first Back to the Future...

This venture capital fund is out to make sure Aussie tech start-ups never have...

These days, there are quite a number of grants and schemes to encourage Australians to create start-ups. There is no shortage of seed stage...

How smartphones have change our world in just a few short years [VIDEO]

You know what? I don't think I'm going to write much about this video. I simply suggest that you watch it. Then, make of it what...

What to do with your smartphone other than play Angry Birds? Keep your assets...

An insurance industry professional has developed an app that will help everyone keep track of their assets and what insurance is in place to protect them.

Get a smart phone today at $149 only… No! Come back! I’m not trying...

"Up until now, full feature smart phones have only been for the rich. We want to make technology more affordable for everyone. Before today, a decent smart phone would set you back over $500. For most people, that's more than a week's salary.” Kogan is playing in the mobile market and, we all know what that means! Disruption is afoot!

It’s not all in the smartphone. Your smarts matter, too

We could turn ourselves a lot smarter by simply choosing the right apps to use – apps that, say, enable networking on the go or get more out of those idle “time fillers” everybody suffers through a working day.

Google: Businesses lagging behind mobile consumers

The good people at Google recently released research offering insight into how Aussies use and abuse their smartphones. It's not a huge surprise that the research found that smartphones have become the technology du jour for most Australians. But have businesses stepped up to the plate?

Marketing lesson: iPhone is for women, Android is for men

e-channel ran two sets of tests on users of the two different phones. In one, it delivered group buying deals offering discounts at grocery stores, restaurants and, health and beauty stores; in the other, it beamed information on the male-centric Australian Football League (AFL).

How Deloitte’s online chief is embracing the tablet revolution

Leon and Garry speak with Frank Farrall, director of online business at Deloitte Consulting. Farrall discusses the use of the iPad and smartphones by business executives, as well as the need to focus on customers by connecting with them through their mobile and tablet devices.

Cisco says cybercriminals are shifting to mobile platforms, and spam volumes are down (for...

In a major turning point in cybercrime, scammers have begun to shift their focus from Windows-based PCs to smaller operating systems and platforms, such as smart phones and tablets, according to Cisco's annual security report. Plus, spam volumes are down, for the first year ever!

Stephen Dash, 2010 Anthill 30under30 Winner

A few years ago, a young investment banker named Stephen Dash was in JFK airport in New York. He needed to access his email to learn the name and address of his hotel. But -- horrors -- his iPhone was dead. Dash paid $45 for a charger at an airport convenience store. And out of that angst came an idea that hurled Dash out of banking and into the entrepreneurial multiverse.

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