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Melbourne indie game studio Loveshack gets Framed for international exposure

7:37PM | Wednesday, 30 July 2014 | Kye White

Framed, a game developed by Melbourne-based indie game studio Loveshack, has been selected to be part of this year’s Pax 10.

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Dating website OKCupid admits to ‘experimenting’ on users: When is it OK to use your customers as lab rats?

7:52PM | Wednesday, 30 July 2014 | Eloise Keating

All is fair in love and war, according to online dating service OKCupid, which this week owned up to “experimenting” on its users.

 | Technology

Mozilla names Chris Beard its new CEO after Brendan Eich disaster

7:32PM | Tuesday, 29 July 2014 | Andrew Sadauskas

Mozilla has finally named a new chief executive nearly four months after a firestorm of controversy engulfed the leadership of Brendan Eich within days of him taking the position.

 | Technology

What data retention is, and why it’s bad

7:05PM | Tuesday, 29 July 2014 | Bernard Keane

With the Australian government “actively considering” data retention, and ASIO chief David Irvine telling a Senate committee that it is crucial to intelligence-gathering, it’s time for a clarifier on exactly what data retention is and the concerns it raises.

 | Technology

Video-on-demand search engine has sights set on underserved market

7:55PM | Tuesday, 29 July 2014 | Kye White

With the proliferation of online video streaming services (everywhere, but here in Australia that is) Australian startup Gyde is offering users a new way to find video on the internet.

 | Technology

Winning BattleHack not as easy as (Raspberry) Pi

7:43PM | Tuesday, 29 July 2014 | Kye White

A late night hunt for a replacement Raspberry Pi and a sleepless night led to victory for a team of developers known as Gearbox in PayPal and Braintree’s Sydney BattleHack.

 | Technology

Local Measure secures ex-Twitter executive as COO

7:38PM | Tuesday, 29 July 2014 | StartupSmart

Australian location-based social platform Local Measure has announced the appointment of former Twitter executive Sara Axelrod as its first chief operating officer.

 | Technology

Your life in their hands – privacy and your mobile device

7:07PM | Tuesday, 29 July 2014 | Rob Livingstone

Will our love of smartphones lead us to willingly trade off our concerns of privacy for convenience?

 | Technology

C'mon girls, let’s program a better tech industry

7:46PM | Tuesday, 29 July 2014 | Karin Verspoor

An ICT workforce without women is bad for the ICT industry and more broadly for the economy. If women do not enter the industry, it will be difficult to meet projected demand for ICT skills.

 | Technology

NBN rollout spreads across Victoria

7:31PM | Monday, 28 July 2014 | Andrew Sadauskas

The NBN Co has announced more suburbs and towns in Victoria are to be added to the National Broadband Network (NBN) rollout.

 | Technology

The Australian-designed mobile phone that’s targeting the elderly

7:27PM | Monday, 28 July 2014 | Kye White

Google designed a car without a steering wheel, and now Australian startup KISA has released a phone without a screen or keypad.

 | Technology

Apple iPad and Samsung duopoly slips as tablet market grows 11%: IDC

7:50PM | Friday, 25 July 2014 | Andrew Sadauskas

Tablet sales surged by 11% year-on-year during the second quarter of 2014, despite sales of Apple’s iPad plunging by 9.3% over the same period.

 | Technology  | IT

Companies should report data breaches when necessary: ADMA boss

7:07PM | Friday, 25 July 2014 | Kirsten Robb

The head of the Association for Data-driven Marketing and Advertising, Jodie Sangster, has clarified her position on mandatory reporting of data breaches, saying it is a company’s responsibility to report a breach only if it puts consumers at risk.

 | Technology

Twitter the latest tech giant to admit it has a diversity problem

7:46PM | Thursday, 24 July 2014 | Kye White

Twitter is the latest tech company to publicly release its employee demographics, following LinkedIn and Google earlier this year, but there’s little indication that Australia’s large tech companies will follow suit.

 | Social media

Will this app be the next social media giant?

7:27PM | Thursday, 24 July 2014 | Broede Carmody

Move over selfies, duckfaces and sepia-toned photographs – GIFs are about to crank it up a notch.

 | Social media

Apple tentatively planning to announce iPhone 6 in September

7:09PM | Thursday, 24 July 2014 | Andrew Sadauskas

Apple is looking to launch the next version of the iPhone during a keynote address in mid-September, according to reports.

 | Technology

How the internet was a big reset button for business

7:55PM | Thursday, 24 July 2014 | Paul Wallbank

In the age of the web, business is like a petri dish says internet pioneer and Cluetrain Manifesto author Doc Searls.

 | Online and email marketing  | Websites  | IT

iPhones still Apple’s bread and butter as profits reach $US7.7 billion

7:56PM | Wednesday, 23 July 2014 | Kirsten Robb

The iPhone is still Apple’s bread and butter gadget, as the tech titan reports strong quarterly profits led by its iPhone sales.

 | Technology

Any name will do from now on says Google – why the change?

7:46PM | Wednesday, 23 July 2014 | Andrew Quodling

Google has announced a surprising end to its controversial “Real Name” policy with a contrite post on Google+, telling users that there are “no more restrictions” on the names people can use.

 | Technology

NEWS WRAP: ‘Strong sales of iPhone and Mac’ boost Apple’s third quarter revenue

7:22AM | Wednesday, 23 July 2014 | Kye White

Apple has reported its third quarter results, posting a quarterly revenue of $37.4 billion and a quarterly net profit of $7.7 billion, or $1.28 per diluted share.

 | Growth  | Technology
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