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Peer-to-peer lending space heats up in Australia

3:50PM | Tuesday, 24 March 2015 | Broede Carmody

Competition between peer-to-peer lenders is heating up in Australia as startups leap at the chance to disrupt the financial services sector.

Venture Capital  | Technology

Netflix launches in Australia: are free trials a good strategy for your startup?

3:38PM | Tuesday, 24 March 2015 | Broede Carmody

Netflix has officially launched in Australia, offering users a one-month free trial to scoop up customers amongst fierce competition, including Australian rivals Presto and Stan, in the on-demand streaming space.

 | Marketing  | Technology

Information security is not just IT's problem

3:57PM | Tuesday, 24 March 2015 | Atif Ahmad, Sean Maynard and Shanton Chang

Research has shown that the culture and people within an organisation are just as likely to be the source of data leakage as external hackers.

 | Technology

Netflix undercuts competition by $1 a month

3:32PM | Monday, 23 March 2015 | Kirsten Robb

Netflix will charge $8.99 a month for its standard service when it launches across Australia on Tuesday, undercutting rivals Presto and Stan by $1.

 | Technology

Encryption today: how safe is it really?

3:45PM | Monday, 23 March 2015 | Ron Steinfeld

When checking your email over a secure connection, or making a purchase from an online retailer, have you ever wondered how your private information or credit card data is kept secure?

 | Technology

Netflix won’t collect GST in Australia as debate heats up

3:37PM | Friday, 20 March 2015 | Broede Carmody

The debate over GST reform has once again been pushed into the spotlight following confirmation online streaming service Netflix will be exempt from passing on the goods and services tax to its customers when it launches in Australia next week.

 | Technology

Gamification harnesses the power of games to motivate

3:09AM | Friday, 20 March 2015 | Kevin Werbach

Walk through any public area and you’ll see people glued to their phones, playing mobile games like Game of War and Candy Crush Saga. They aren’t alone.

 | Planning  | Technology

Artificial intelligence system could size up stock for saleyards

3:13PM | Thursday, 19 March 2015 | Broede Carmody

A robotics expert from the University of Technology, Sydney is developing an artificial intelligence system so farmers can accurately measure when their livestock are ready for sale.

 | Technology  | Start-up Profiles

Farmers of the future will utilise drones, robots and GPS

3:55PM | Thursday, 19 March 2015 | Alex Thomasson

Today’s agriculture has transformed into a high-tech enterprise that most 20th-century farmers might barely recognise.

 | Technology

Apple Watch shows the craft in new tech and the limits of 3D printing and crowdfunding

3:40PM | Thursday, 19 March 2015 | Paul Wallbank

Ahead of its launch the Apple Watch has been criticised for its price and upmarket focus, but the product shows how traditional industries are being enhanced by new technologies.

 | Technology

Entrepreneurs, finance executives and policymakers to come together for the Collaboration in Fintech Conference

3:36PM | Wednesday, 18 March 2015 | Broede Carmody

A conference bringing together entrepreneurs, investors and policymakers in the fintech space will be held later this year in order to promote better collaboration in the sector.

 | Technology

Microsoft adds biometric passwords to Windows 10

3:43PM | Wednesday, 18 March 2015 | Andrew Sadauskas

Microsoft has unveiled Windows Hello, a Windows 10 feature that uses infrared cameras to automatically identify users based on their face, eyes or fingerprints.

 | Technology

Speaking with: Joanne Orlando on children and technology

3:38PM | Wednesday, 18 March 2015 | Tamson Pietsch

Is technology bad for kids? Tamson Pietsch speaks with Joanne Orlando, an expert on educational technology at the University of Western Sydney.

 | Technology

Trust may be important, but is it enough to rescue journalism from the internet?

3:26PM | Wednesday, 18 March 2015 | David Glance

The problem that digital media sites face is that, unlike traditional print where their markets are protected geographically, websites largely compete on a level playing field.

 | Technology

Samsung gives birth to a whole new type of virtual reality experience

3:45PM | Tuesday, 17 March 2015 | Broede Carmody

Virtual reality technology and giving birth are two things that normally don’t go together, but that hasn’t stopped Samsung Australia from running a marketing campaign combining the two in order to promote its Gear VR headset.

 | Technology

Cyber CSI: the challenges of digital forensics

3:35PM | Tuesday, 17 March 2015 | Richard Boddington

Forensics is changing in the digital age, and the legal system is still catching up when it comes to properly employing digital evidence.

 | Technology  | IT

We need to take responsibility for our own safety online

3:02AM | Friday, 13 March 2015 |  Shanton Chang

Going online without understanding the basics of how the internet works is like getting behind the wheel without knowing the road rules: you might still get where you’re going, but you could be a danger to yourself and those around you.

 | Technology

Netflix arrival will be a tipping point for TV in Australia

3:51AM | Friday, 13 March 2015 | Marc C-Scott

2015 will be an eventful, and testing, year for television in Australia.

 | Technology

Technology and fashion converge in the Apple Watch

3:10PM | Thursday, 12 March 2015 | Amy Antonio, David Tuffley and Neil Martin

Apple’s ability to mesh technology with beautiful design will be put to the test when it finally releases the much-anticipated Apple Watch.

 | Technology

Perhaps the only way to make money on a mobile app is to say you have brain cancer

3:06PM | Thursday, 12 March 2015 | David Glance

The Internet, and world media, have erupted over the growing scandal of Australian mobile app entrepreneur and social media presence Belle Gibson.

 | Technology
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