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Australian business owners are turning immersive tech into a (virtual) reality [VIDEO]
Over the next decade, Virtual and Augmented Reality (AR) technologies will create opportunities for small and medium size businesses to interact with their customers in new immersive ways.
New year, new way of consuming stuff: – the ‘Access Economy’ is set to...
The Access Economy is thriving in Australia because people care more about convenience and lower cost options than they do about owning possessions outright. Sharing or just paying for access doesn't mean missing out.
1 in 3 Australians are now turning to social media as their first source...
A new study by Telsyte and Meltwater reveals almost 60 per cent of Australians over the age of 16 believe online news has become more influential than print
Video games industry bagged $1.161 billion in 2012. Yep, it’s far from GAME OVER
Australia’s interactive entertainment industry made $1.161 billion in ‘traditional retail’ sales last year. Now despite the fact that this is a 23% contraction compared to 2011, the Interactive Games & Entertainment Association (iGEA) says it's are not worried at all. Why?
Cloudsafe365 hitches its bandwagon to popular Amazon Web Services Marketplace
Cloudsafe365, a simple-to-use WordPress plugin that provides real-time backs and defence from malware, hacking and content theft, found a way to reduce development costs by 50%. In to the bargain, its product roadmap is being delivered faster than expected. But how, I hear you ask!
Australian businesses very satisfied with their group buying campaigns
A new survey shows that 95% of businesses that use group buying websites to sell to sell products or services are happy with the results of their promotions which have brought them new customers and increased foot traffic.
DealFetch: Australia’s first location-based group buying aggregator?
Daily deals remain on a tear as innovation adds spice to the sector. First there were deal sites like Scoopon and Cudo. Then came the deal aggregators like AllTheDeals and BargainDesk. Now here is a deal aggregator with a local twist – a la BargainDesk meets Foursquare, if you will.