Wednesday, February 10, 2016

IT News Head Lines (AustralianIT) 11/02/2016

AustralianIT.com.au



Computershare warns on outlook
Computershare has posted a sharp jump in first-half profit but says market turmoil is casting a pall over the rest of the year.

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The end of the password
Tech firms push toward a future without passwords and a focus that turns phones into digital keys.

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’Netflix tax’ targets downloads
A tax loophole on movies, games and e-books provided by foreign companies is about to close.

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Investment app Acorns makes cents
Spare-change investment app Acorns is launching in Australia today after more than two million downloads in the US.

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Satellite firm readies for ASX lift-off
Sky and Space Global to list via reverse takeover in April, raising $4 million.

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Nearmap plots US growth
ASX-listed digital mapping firm says it’s well positioned to take on North America after posting strong half-year revenues.

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MYOB inks American Express deal
Accounting software customers to receive bank feeds directly from American Express in Australian first.

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Human error cripples Telstra net
Mobile customers to receive free data this Sunday as compensation.

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ANZ latest in mobile payments
The local mobile payments race has welcomed its latest entrant with ANZ launching its own app, ANZ Mobile Pay.

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New ways to teach kids coding
Even parents who don’t know programming are using games, apps to teach basic skills.

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