Daily IQ 2.0 is expected to assist small-to-medium enterprises to make sense of big data.
Daily IQ 2.0 is expected to assist small-to-medium enterprises to make sense of big data.
Ride-sharing operator buys Indonesia's e-commerce player, Kudo, as part of its US$700 million investment in the Asian market and plans to beef up its mobile payments offering, GrabPay.
The bank has launched a pilot trialing voice verification for money transfers greater than AU$1,000.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has denied the group of four banks the ability to collectively bargain with and boycott Apple Pay.
Bank has availed the APIs, spanning seven use cases such as funds transfer and account access, on a developer portal that it first introduced in the US and some Asian markets last November.
The Queensland-based bank has posted AU$161 million in after-tax profit as it continues its focus on IT-related projects.
Sage has updated its local Sage 50 Accounts to allow customers to share their data via the cloud, and added new mobile apps, a new look and subscription pricing. Other, more radical, cloud developments...
The feature is expected sometime this year and will include other NFC-based wallets such as Samsung Pay and Android Pay.
Chinese e-commerce giant inks agreement with Malaysian government to set up a logistics centre that will serve as a fulfilment hub for the region and will be the first of such facility outside of China.
The new development is expected to save customers time in closing one app and opening another.
In order to take a blockchain concept to market, Australian players need to jump regulatory hurdles enforced by eight separate government bodies.
The financial services institution posted AU$295 million in after-tax profit and upped its customer count to 1.7 million during 2016.
Asia-Pacific experienced the most number of cybersecurity attacks last year across different forms, clocking three times more online banking malware than North America.
The banks have shunned non-iPhone payment alternatives such as Android Pay as they fight for rights to Apple's NFC technology.
The efforts of three years, it seems, has come to little.
As we move more of our lives online, fraudsters are using account takeover attacks, which allows them to access richer information and cause more damage.
One of the things I loved about my Palm Pre Plus was the Touchstone inductive charger. Energizer has a Qi-enabled charging pad that works in partnership with a special back available on the Samsung Droid Charge. There are also charging solutions for various iPhone and BlackBerry models.
Google announces Google Wallet - a service that will turn your cell phone into a credit card.
The Commonwealth Bank yesterday opened its new flagship branch in the heart of Brisbane. Drenched with smart systems and Apple iDevices, the branch represents a significant investment in the Commonwealth Bank's new digital strategy.
With the IE9 Release Candidate, Microsoft has taken the wraps off a powerful new privacy-protection tool. Using the Tracking Protection feature, any IE9 user can install a list of sites and substrings that it wants to block. The effect is to block third-party tracking cookies, web beacons, analytics scripts, and even ads.
General Imaging brought a large new line of compact digital cameras and camcorders to CES 2011, ranging from rugged and waterproof to 16-megapixel shooters capable of recording full HD video.
At CES 2011, Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg showcased his company's 4G LTE technology, touting partnerships with Time Warner, Motorola and Google.
At CES 2011, Nvidia debuts the LG Optimus 2X "super phone," which has a Tegra 2 processor inside. Also, the company unveils its partnership with ARM to make CPUs.
New special paper doesn't go through a printer correctly. Sound familiar? It just happened to U.S. government presses printing 1.1 billion $100 bills.
Fujitsu, in partnership with BankWest has opened its latest datacentre in Perth which the provider is calling Australia's greenest and most advanced datacentre facility.
Proof of concept: Ever wanted to rob a bank and give yourself an alibi? Want to bunk off work and prove you're going to the doctors? Now you can.
Apple has added another retail location in Paris in a beautifully restored building smack dab next to the French capital's Théâtre National de l'Opéra. Formerly a bank, Apple has done an incredible job of keeping the original aesthetic details including wrought-iron railings, spiral staircases and marble floors - all under a massive shining skylight. Here's a look.
From the opening keynote at Google I/O highlights include HTML5, browser computing, app engine, partnerships, and more.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has said it will release a new augmented reality iPhone app for home buyers and sellers, combining house listings with satellite images and relevant pre-purchase information.
ANZ is currently trialling ePOS, an app that will allow merchant customers to take payments from their iPhones.
The HD2 is highest speced Windows Mobile device ever and is very popular in Europe. HTC brought the device to the USA with T-Mobile with a subsidized price of only $200. A big improvement over other WM devices is the amazing content partnerships with Barnes & Noble, BlockBuster, and Slacker. You won't be looking all over for content on this 1 GHz Snapdragon device with its 16GB microSD card. You can even enjoy Guitar Hero on the device.
At the Revenue Bootcamp Conference in Mountain View, Calif., Chris Anderson, author of "Free: The Future of a Radical Price," discusses how different companies use the free-to-premium, or freemium model to not only make money, but often keep customers at a higher rate than fully paid services. There are many economies--ones of status, time, information and more--and the trick is to get people to trade their money for one of them.
How do you get your customers to pay for what they already get for free? Panelists at the Revenue Bootcamp Conference stress listening to your users, doing lots of testing, and not being afraid to make mistakes in the beginning. Panelists include Will Harvey, co-founder and chairman of IMVU; Scott Hintz, co-founder of TripIt; and Alice Lankester, former vice president of marketing at Photobucket. Moderator: Joyce Chung of Garage Technology Ventures.
At the Revenue Bootcamp Conference in Mountain View, Calif., panelists discussed the best ways to drive traffic to your site. Dion Lim, COO of SimplyHired.com, stresses his company's success with partnerships--if you make people money, he says, they'll be your friends for life. Neil Patel, a Quick Sprout Blogger, says to develop relationships with bloggers to generate buzz, and Anita Cohen-Williams, founder of MySearchGuru, claims that organic SEO is not dead--rather, it's still very important. The panel was moderated by Charlene Li, founder of The Altimeter Group.
At the Greentech Media and Groom Energy, Enterprise Carbon Accounting Summit in Burlingame, Calif., venture capitalists discuss the outlook of investing in smart grids, carbon management, and energy-monitoring tools. At debate is how to invest capital in an efficient way.
Amidst financial turmoil, businesses are forking over enormous sums of money to secure airtime during Super Bowl Sunday. ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das talks to senior editor Sam Diaz about the expected lineup (of commercials, not football players). Diaz covers which companies are in, out, and new on the scene.
At the AlwaysOn Venture Summit in Half Moon Bay, Calif., Peter Bell, co-founder of Renewable Fuel Products, explains that his company's reactors are small and mobile enough to be loaded onto the back of a truck and taken wherever the waste oil is being created. They process an end product that can be used wherever people use diesel, with no special modifications. Through money from carbon credits, he says that developing countries will soon be able to gain access to this reactor as well.
At a VentureBeat conference on managing through the economic downturn, a panel of venture capitalists painted a gloomy picture for the economy overall. But they're still making investments, they said. Rafe Needleman covered the event and got reactions from experienced and new entrepreneurs.
Michael Dreyer, CIO of Visa talks to ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das about developing transaction technologies for its financial payment network including new wallet-less and contact-less payment solutions. Dreyer also discusses what it takes to process and handle more than 300 million transactions on a daily basis, and the company's response to the recent credit crisis rippling through the global economy.
At the AlwaysOn GoingGreen conference in Sausalito, Calif., Susan Mac Cormac of Morrison & Foerster moderates a panel discussion about the benefits and risks of biofuel. Vinod Khosla of Khosla Ventures says that biofuel solutions could be cheaper than $50-a-barrel oil in 10 years if the venture capital community backs emerging technologies and starts funding new green start-ups.
Eric Presley, CTO of CareerBuilder talks about how the company isanalyzing keywords to better understand the intentions of its users and then applying those results back for job recommendations.
Eric Presley, CTO of CareerBuilder describes its push into social networking through its partnership with Facebook and its own niche networking site, Brightfuse.com.
At the LinuxWorld conference in San Francisco, Jeffrey Birnbaum, managing director and chief technology architect at Merrill Lynch, speaks about using cloud computing to reduce the complexities and costs of financial services. He discusses the move away from dedicated machines and why old ideas like virtualization have become useful again.
J. Michael Horowitz of the Stanford Group moderates a discussion on ‘green‘ finance and operational and maintenance costs associated with new solar projects at the Intersolar Conference 2008 and Greentech Media conference. Panel guests include Bob Cart of GreenVolts, Robert Morgan of Ausra, Suvi Sharma of Solaria, and John Woolard of Brightsource Energy.