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How low budget, high return horror movies will disrupt the Australian movie industry

With its team having been a part of movies returning profits of 220% to 439%, disruptive Australian film production company, Reel House Productions, is gearing up for its next expansion phase where it will capitalise on Hollywood's massive content supply shortage, driven by the multi-billion dollar demands of streaming giants like Netflix, Disney and Apple.

An espionage expert shares 5 things you need to know about state-sponsored hacking and...

Cyber espionage and cyber terrorism are the most critical threats facing the public and private sector in the United States and the United Kingdom, and there is no reason to suppose that Australia/New Zealand will not be future targets.

Techstars heads “down under” launching its first APAC based accelerator in Australia

Techstars Adelaide is designed to support early-stage companies advancing state-of-the-art applications in Internet of things (IoT), big data, sensors and robotics, with potential to developing and commercialising technologies connected to the defence and security sectors.

Don’t become the next Sony: You need to protect your business (not matter how...

Content marketing and SEO firm, Builtvisible has prepared an infographic on how SMEs are underestimating the threat of cyberattacks and what they should do

You’re not too small for hackers to notice: Here are 3 ways SMBs can...

With 48 million cyber security incidents in 2014 alone, one really dangerous thing for SMB owners to think is, “We’re not big enough for cyber attackers.”

Reppin’ Australia right: Meet the Melbourne tech start-up that won the US$50,000 grand prize...

An Aussie team of four from Melbourne tech start-up, AFTR scooped the championship title and grand prize of US$50,000 at Meet Taiwan’s Asia Super Team

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

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...

Rudd vs. Abbott. Playing on a social media near you.

As the political battle heats up ahead of the national elections this year, a Canadian software-maker has come up with real-time analytics on how it’s playing out on the all-important social media.

Soup stirs the Facebook pot to discover word-of-mouth nuggets

What’s word of mouth got to do with Facebook? Plenty, says Soup, an advocacy marketing agency distinguished by its extraordinary faith in word-of-mouth campaigns. The Sydney firm’s experimental Soup Lab has developed what it claims is a “world-first” Facebook app of its kind and embarked on a research project with Dr. Lars Groeger, a marketing lecturer at the Macquarie Graduate School of Management, to measure the reach and value of “branded conversations.”

See a timeline of the $77 million PlayStation network hack [INFOGRAPHIC]

Hackers' security breach of Sony's PlayStation network ranks among one of the worst online attacks in history, according to Australia-based ComparisonFinder, which put together a timeline of the hack that cost Sony about $1.25 billion. Check out this awesome infographic.

There’s a lot of iTalk going on, marketing survey says

Marketing survey puts emphasis on raising awareness of a product by word of mouth and says Apple got the most positive buzz among chit-chatting Australians.

There's a lot of iTalk going on, marketing survey says

Marketing survey puts emphasis on raising awareness of a product by word of mouth and says Apple got the most positive buzz among chit-chatting Australians.

‘Rollable’ screens coming to a street near you soon

Sony has recently developed the prototype of a rollable OLED (organic LED) screen that can be bent and distorted while still rendering crystal clear 432 by 240 pixel video images. It's hard to not imagine the effect that something like this could have on outdoor advertising and the magazine industry.

'Rollable' screens coming to a street near you soon

Sony has recently developed the prototype of a rollable OLED (organic LED) screen that can be bent and distorted while still rendering crystal clear 432 by 240 pixel video images. It's hard to not imagine the effect that something like this could have on outdoor advertising and the magazine industry.

The making of the best TV commercial in recent memory

Remember Sony's original Bravia LCD TV commercial from a few years ago that everyone loved? The one with thousands of multi-coloured balls bouncing down hills in San Francisco like something straight out of a child's daydream? Well here's how they made it.

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