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Many startups are cashing in big time on apps, are you one of them?

In case you didn’t know, Australians are cutting a huge slice off the cake of the multi-billion dollar apps industry. From broadcast media to...

How to build something that will change the world. You need to be inspired...

If you've got a spare two hours and haven't watched the Apple presentation from the June 10 developer conference, do it. If you don't have...

Five things you should consider before you launch your app to the world

So, you have decided to bring your company into the digital realm. Here are five common things that are overlooked, for some reason, when...

Have smart phone mapping apps made street signs redundant? Now, there’s a new type...

If you're not sure where you're going, chances are, you pull out your smart phone. Within a few simple taps, you know where you are,...

How to ensure you can give a stunning presentation delivered from your mobile device

Have you ever got called to do a presentation at the last minute and, all you have is your iPad, tablet and your smartphone?...

Pledge your allegiance or fall! Oh, and this isn’t the Roman army, just the...

Many people dubbed 2012 “The Year of Mobile” and looking at the stats, one can’t help but agree. Especially given there are more smartphones in the world than there are people!

Lo and behold! Midas walks among us; turning every app he touches into gold.

Nick D'Aloisio is the latest teen sensation and superstar of the start up world. Having sold his app Summly and his services to Yahoo...

New survey says mobile devices are changing the sales game

Australian consumers, much like those in other regions of the world, are making the shift mobile shopping in rapid leaps, according to a recent announcement by PayPal/Ebay. The emergence of new, portable devices is working hand in hand with an increase in behavioural shift on the part of consumers.

An app today means no doctor delay

They have developed an online bookings system. The paper-free system replaces the traditional pen and paper fill-out-these-forms procedure. What’s more, they also have an appointments app, how cool is that?
Min-i-Mags iPhone Application

Australian mobile app to replace four billion pieces of pulped wood (also known as...

Appalogues (see what they did there?), created by Brisbane company Min-i-Mags, is a smartphone application that combines old-school catalogues with new mobile technology to create a product it hopes will replace shopping catalogues -- Australia’s third largest consumer-directed advertising medium (after newspapers and TV).

OMG! Mobile usage in 2011 is going to be #reallyreallybig [STATS & VIDEO]

Five billion apps downloaded in 2010. A 347% jump in Twitter mobile usage. Mobile Future, a coalition of businesses, non-profits and individuals pushing for advances in wireless technology, wants us to know that mobile is going to be really, really big in 2011.

iPhone loses ground to Android, Symbian and BlackBerry. Will this cause an ‘almighty stink’...

In a development that's unlikely to be nearly as amusing as a toilet flush simulator, iPhone is losing ground to its competitors, likely to heighten rivalry between hardware and app developers alike. We've already seen how an almighty stink can arise over iPhone app developers. Take the case of Pull My Finger versus iFart.

iPhone loses ground to Android, Symbian and BlackBerry. Will this cause an 'almighty stink'...

In a development that's unlikely to be nearly as amusing as a toilet flush simulator, iPhone is losing ground to its competitors, likely to heighten rivalry between hardware and app developers alike. We've already seen how an almighty stink can arise over iPhone app developers. Take the case of Pull My Finger versus iFart.

Underbelly "app" for iPhone first shot in new publishing wars?

Australian publisher Allen & Unwin, in partnership with Underbelly authors Andrew Rule and John Silvester, this week launched digital versions of the three bestselling books of the series.

Underbelly “app” for iPhone first shot in new publishing wars?

Australian publisher Allen & Unwin, in partnership with Underbelly authors Andrew Rule and John Silvester, this week launched digital versions of the three bestselling books of the series.

iPhone app to help you avoid banana skins and other slapstick footpath nasties

The myriad apps making their way on to the App store range from functional to preposterous. However, here's one that at first appears a bit of a gimmick, but could actually prove quite useful. The app displays a transparent screen of what's in front of you while you carry on working in the application of your choice. For example, writing a text message or tweet.

iPhone app turns your voice into a complete band of instruments

The myriad uses and apps for the iPhone boggles the mind. Among the latest is Voice Band, which converts the user's singing voice into individual instruments, laid down one on top of the other, to create a complete track.

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The Facebook Honey Trap with James Tuckerman [CHEAT SHEET]

This cheat sheet was developed to help small business operators harness the incomparable (and undeniable) potency of Facebook to recruit fans, spread the word, and (most importantly) generate inbound business.

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How Master the Art of Sales Even if it Makes You...

The art of selling is a social minefield. Have you ever been on the wrong end of a ham-fisted, awkward or just plain obnoxious sales conversation? Of course you have! Why is it that some sales conversations magically delight, while others make us want to manically bolt for the door? This Phil Anderson FREE CHEAT SHEET will help you to master the art of sales!

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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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