Tuesday, May 24, 2016

IT News Head Lines (AustralianIT) 25/05/2016

AustralianIT.com.au



Heavyweights back 9 Spokes
The Kiwi cloud app integrator is getting plenty of love from partners and local institutional investors.

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A Springboard for female founders
The first ever female president of a TV network Kay Koplovitz says more work needed to grow investor confidence in Australia.

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Head-up metrics a distraction
A head-up display for cyclists seems like a good idea but is really more trouble than its worth.

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10 start-ups ready for acceleration
An all-terrain buggy board and genetically guided antidepressants are among the inductees to the Melbourne program.

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Shield sets TV standard
The fourth generation Apple TV and the Nvidia Shield powered by Android TV are two serious set top contenders.

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Security bill a ‘wake-up call’
Mandatory data breach legislation is on its way and some boards could find themselves in hot water.

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Sector needs bipartisanship
Cracks are starting to appear in the Coalition and Labor’s bipartisan start-up agenda.

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DigitalX lands Telefonica deal
ASX-listed blockchain firm signs deal that will see its app deployed across Latin America.

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Harvey Norman delivery shake up
Retail giant partners with start-up to offer three hour same-day deliveries to customers in major cities.

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Partnerships spread like butter
Melbourne innovation hub York Butter Factory has added another string to its partnership bow.

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