Wednesday, May 11, 2016

IT News Head Lines (AustralianIT) 12/05/2016

AustralianIT.com.au



Research backs blocking
The Australian association representing movie houses is stepping up its campaign to block pirate movie sites.

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Tesla plugs into subsidy demise
The demise of the solar energy subsidy in NSW is a selling point for home battery technology.

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Unleashed Software raises $3m
Inventory management start-up continues global push with backing from MYOB founder.

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WhatsApp delivers desktop app
Facebook’s popular mobile messaging service has announced a desktop app for Windows and Mac.

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Amazon launches YouTube rival
The online retailer’s new ad-supported video service will let anyone upload clips.

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HP to invest in start-ups
HP, a descendant of Silicon Valley’s original start-up, plans to bet on the next generation of entrepreneurs.

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Uber, Lyft back out of Austin
Uber and Lyft stalled in Austin yesterday after residents rejected their effort to rewrite local ride-sharing rules.

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Facebook rebuts bias claim
The social networking platform said it has ‘rigorous guidelines’ to ensure neutrality.

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Nokia falls to surprise loss
Sluggish mobile-network sales and charges related to acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent hit Finnish firm.

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Transforming Australia’s cities
Imagine a city that automatically collects information of all its processes, accumulating data for full visibility of its operations, so no resource is misallocated.

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