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07/26/2016
ACCC's Rod Sims 'exasparated' as privatisations 'increase prices' - The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

ACCC's Rod Sims 'exasparated' as privatisations 'increase prices'
The Australian Financial Review
Rod Sims: "I think it's a serious issue facing Australia. I think it's damaging our cost structure considerably." Vince Caligiuri. Share on twitter. by Ben Potter. The head of the competition regulator has called out governments for blatantly ...
Minnows' complaints to watchdogs on the riseHerald Sun
ACCC boss says privatisation costing consumers and damaging economic reformABC Online
Privatisation has damaged the economy, says ACCC chiefThe Sydney Morning Herald
iTWire -The Canberra Times -CIO Australia -NEWS.com.au
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07/25/2016
Apple joins companies backing same-sex marriage for Australians as crack show in plebiscite plan - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Apple joins companies backing same-sex marriage for Australians as crack show in plebiscite plan
NEWS.com.au
APPLE has extended its push for marriage equality to Australia, today joining the list of companies who have taken a public stand in the lead up to the planned government plebiscite. The Apple logo was posted to the Australian Marriage Equality website ...
Apple adds its voice to Australia's marriage equality debateMashable
Apple declares support for same-sex marriageGay News Network
Apple backs Australian marriage equalityStar Observer
Australian Marriage Equality
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07/25/2016
NBN's second satellite blasting off in October - CRN Australia

CRN Australia

NBN's second satellite blasting off in October
CRN Australia
The new satellite will provide additional data capacity for providing satellite broadband services to regional areas of Australia who aren't eligible for a physical NBN connection. NBN estimates that end users receive download speeds up to 25 Mbps and ...
NBN satellite tour kicks off in NSWTelecompaper (subscription)

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07/25/2016
I Am Setsuna review: a warm yet wintry revival for old-school RPGs - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

I Am Setsuna review: a warm yet wintry revival for old-school RPGs
The Sydney Morning Herald
<i>I Am Setsuna</i>'s art, narrative and I Am Setsuna's art, narrative and gameplay are clearly informed by classics from the 90s, but it's not seeking to merely replicate those old games. ​For better or worse, throwback video games have become ...
I Am Setsuna ReviewTheSixthAxis
I Am Setsuna post-review thoughts - Does it cross into "classic" territory?TechnoBuffalo
Game review: I Am Setsuna is a throwback to the glory days of RPGsSouth China Morning Post
TIME -Gameplanet -Gaming Age -Mobile & Apps
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07/26/2016
Suzuki facelifts S-Cross - Motoring

Motoring

Suzuki facelifts S-Cross
Motoring
Suzuki has revealed a facelifted S-Cross in Europe, ahead of its world public debut at the Paris motor show in late September and its Australian release by the end of this year. The first upgrade since the S-Cross was launched Down Under in December ...
2017 Suzuki S-Cross facelift revealed ahead of Paris debutCarAdvice
Suzuki Vitara RT-X diesel 2016 review | first driveCarsGuide
2016 Suzuki Vitara RT-S ReviewBehind the Wheel (blog)

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07/25/2016
Mercedes-Benz achieves many milestones between January and June - The Star Online

The Star Online

Mercedes-Benz achieves many milestones between January and June
The Star Online
MERCEDES-BENZ Malaysia Sdn Bhd completed the first half of 2016 with another record-breaking performance. Delivering a total of 6,017 cars over a six-month period ending June 2016, the premium German marque registered double-digit growth of 17% ...
AHG to buy Melbourne Mercedes-Benz dealershipPrime Mover

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07/26/2016
You Don't Like Sharing Your Car. But Can Elon Musk Change Your Mind? - WIRED

WIRED

You Don't Like Sharing Your Car. But Can Elon Musk Change Your Mind?
WIRED
Last week, tech wonderboy Elon Musk released his much-awaited Master Plan, Part Deux, a wildly ambitious blueprint to change American mobility as we know it: autonomous buses that might appear on-demand, and new electric big-rigs, pick-ups and SUVs ...
Why Elon Musk's crazy plans for Tesla Motors are perfectly saneThe Australian Financial Review
Tesla's master plan receives mixed reactionsChristian Science Monitor
Tesla's Master Plan 2.0: AI experts, auto insiders, and Tesla customers weigh inTechRepublic
Tech Times -Green Car Reports -Greentech Media -Ward's Auto
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07/25/2016
Are There Too Many 'Apps for That?' - Government Technology

Government Technology

Are There Too Many 'Apps for That?'
Government Technology
(TNS) — Most smartphone and tablet users know the routine: You get a new device and there are dozens of new downloadable applications to help make using the device more fun and even more helpful. There are thousands of apps, from weather to ...

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07/26/2016
More Images of Xiaomi Mi Notebook Surface Online; Reportedly Launching on July 27 - Technology Personalized

Technology Personalized

More Images of Xiaomi Mi Notebook Surface Online; Reportedly Launching on July 27
Technology Personalized
Leaked image of the alleged Xiaomi Mi Notebook has now cropped up which hints at an all metal design and an edge-to-edge glass front. Reports indicate at a possible launch alongside the Redmi Note 3 Pro on July 27. Read on for more details. by: sayan.
Xiaomi Mi debuts Mi Pen; prices and photos for Mi Notebook leakedFirstpost
Xiaomi Mi Notebook leak reveals metal unibody design and priceThe Indian Express
Xiaomi Mi Notebook photos leaked ahead of potential launch on July 27: Price, specifications, featuresBGR India
NDTV -MSPoweruser.com -International Business Times, India Edition -Tapscape
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07/26/2016
oneM2M implications on IOT platforms for enterprises - DATAQUEST

DATAQUEST

oneM2M implications on IOT platforms for enterprises
DATAQUEST
Every twelve to eighteen months, computers double their capabilities, and so do the information technologies that use them (Moore's law). This phenomena is a driving force of technological and social change, productivity, and economic growth as the ...
How cognitive computing is changing IoTReadWrite
Ineternet of Things: Moving from Hype to RealityWindows IT Pro
Federal Government Lagging in Adoption of Internet of Things, Center for Data Innovation FindsPR Web (press release)
Furniture Today (blog) -M2MCafe
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