Archive for July, 2012

Shopping for shock value

IF you like to get dirty, wet and wild while snapping pics then there’s probably a shock- and water-proof camera in your future. View the original post

Price gouge cases flood hearing

LOCAL mark-ups are often way above the extra cost of selling. View the original post

NAB’s web-based call centre

NATIONAL Australia Bank has virtualised its call centre operations. View the original post

IT firms refuse to face gouging probe

GLOBAL manufacturers accused of price-gouging for computers, software and downloads have snubbed a parliamentary inquiry View the original post

Shopping for shock value

IF you like to get dirty, wet and wild while snapping pics then there’s probably a shock- and water-proof camera in your future. View the original post

Hackers dump stolen AAPT data

HACKER group Anonymous has published thousands of customer records belonging to Australian telco AAPT. View the original post

App flood delivers overload

THE London Olympics will be the interactive Games, as sports fans get closer to the action than ever View the original post

Duo dine out on $6m Optus deal

EATABILITY website owners have walked away with $6 million after their nine-year-old business was snapped up by Optus yesterday. View the original post

Eatability duo’s $6m Optus takeover

EATABILITY website owners have walked away with $6 million after their nine-year-old business was snapped up by Optus yesterday. View the original post

Optus buys Eatability site for $6m

OPTUS has signed an agreement to buy Eatability, a well-known Australian restaurant and review websites, for A$6 million. View the original post

Samsung chided over destroyed emails

APPLE has tabled documents in the US belonging to Samsung that shows the South Korean device maker was well aware it was copying Apple’s design. View the original post

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