Tuesday, April 12, 2016

IT News Head Lines (AustralianIT) 13/04/2016

AustralianIT.com.au



Deliveroo hops further afield
The global on-demand food delivery service clarifies its contracting model as it expands to Brisbane.

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Focus on customer needs: Dorsey
Twitter and Square founder and CEO unfazed by ongoing tech bubble talk.

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Telstra continues renewal push
Telstra will expand its board with the appointment of former AMP chief Craig Dunn as a non-executive director.

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Making sure Invoice2Go fits bill
The local mobile invoicing outfit is loading up on talent as it looks to shed the start-up tag.

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Reviewed: Fitbit Blaze and Band 2
Dedicated wearable fitness trackers are feeling the heat from smartwatches and phone apps. Should you even buy one?

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Fitness? Not all cardio, weights
Not long ago, if you wanted to learn about training and nutrition, your options were limited. Not any more.

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Utilities ripe for disruption
If you are in an industry going through a structural shift, here’s what you need to do to avoid your ‘Kodak moment’.

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Listcorp to end ‘corporate dross’
A Melbourne-based start-up aims to better educate retail investors on the companies they are investing in.

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Confidence in Apple’s vision
Apple’s entry into the augmented reality space will be a game-changer and spells trouble for Microsoft and Intel.

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Baum’s TikForce start-up relists
Perth-based digital identification and verification start-up TikForce will relist on the ­ASX today.

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