Logistics software provider says Aussie retailers need better logistics to fight Amazon Logistics software company Temando’s “Annual State of Shipping in Commerce Report” says improved online shipping experiences and retailer capabilities can help Aussie retailers fight Amazon.
Fifield strikes back: 1 in 2 Aussie homes and businesses now have NBN access Communications Minister Mitch Fifield is proudly boasting of the latest NBN rollout achievements and of being ahead of target, compared to Labor missing “every target…
No major malware for iOS in 10 years In 10 years, iOS malware has been mostly minor, with any outbreaks mostly related to jailbroken devices, short-lived App Store or other breaches, with Apple…
Mastercard launches ‘OZ first’ contactless payment for F1 Manly ferry At long last, Mastercard and Transport NSW have launched the first Australian contactless ticketing payment using Mastercard’s contactless cards or smartphone mobile wallets.
Jawbone broken as Bluetooth biz goes bust, moves to healthcare instead Although Jawbone made fitness trackers as well as Bluetooth speakers, that part of Jawbone’s business has reportedly been liquidated, with a new focus on healthcare…
Microsoft goes hard on big job cuts: cloudy future Don’t worry, Microsoft is in no danger of going away: what will go is thousands of jobs mostly in sales, mostly outside the US, mostly…
HMD deal to bring ZEISS optics back to Nokia phones With the Microsoft nightmare now long behind it, Nokia is re-establishing its exclusive collaboration with Zeiss, rekindling a “commitment to set new imaging standards for…
HPE bidding goodbye to HDDs in servers and data centres (but not yet all PCs) With 2017 set “to be the year of all-flash storage”, the all-flash revolution is finally going strong in data centres, but I wish I could…
With Amazon coming, is it better to work with the Goliath than fight it? Should you be the “David” that tries defeating the Amazon goliath, or can Alley’s Amazon-friendly platform solution “Goliath” help you outsell your real competitive “enemies”…
Kogan Mobile says it’s cheaper than Vaya’s new retail Coles SIM plan Earlier this week, Vaya announced its SIM cards would be at retail for the first time, with a six-month deal for $150, but Kogan can…

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