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  • For 11 years bitcoin enthusiasts have wondered just who in the world the enigmatic founder Satoshi Nakamoto is. A US copyright may now give the answer. The domain bitcoin.org was registered in August 2008, followed in October 2008 with a paper...

  • Around six in ten Australian IT administrators are frustrated by unexpected network issues in the workplace, and just over one third feel underappreciated, according to a newly published survey. That’s according to the network monitoring company Paessler, which compared and contrasted...

  • Advanced ticketing technology to cater for driverless trains has been installed on Sydney’s metro train system which opens on 26 May. The system, installed by Sydney Cubic Transport Systems (CTS), includes 101 new Opal contactless ticketing gates allowing mobile phones, credit cards and...

  • A new online marketplace – PocketDolla – has been launched in Australia which enables communities to lend or rent spare items including camping and sports equipment, cameras, DJ sets and more. The startup provides for lenders to post their items on the website, choosing from a wide...

  • Business and technology leaders are faced with rapidly accelerating technology innovation as emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence blur the lines between humans and machines, according to a newly published global report. According to global analyst firm Gartner the accelerating tech...

  • New Zealand competition enforcement regulator The Commerce Commission has again issued a warning to consumers over the sales methods employed on websites operated by Danish company Digital Sourcing, formerly known as LuxStyle. This second alert follows a name change from Luxstyle to Digital...

  • Worldwide operator-billed mobile voice revenues are forecast to fall from US$354 billion in 2018 to US$197 billion by 2023, an average annual decline of 10%, according to a new report from Juniper Research. But despite the predicted fall in revenues, Juniper also identified a series of new...

  • Adoption of chatbots by the retail, banking and healthcare sectors will realise businesses cost savings of $11 billion annually by 2023, up from an estimated $6 billion in 2018, according to a new report. Juniper Research says in its new report - Chatbots: Banking, eCommerce, Retail &...

  • Critical digital services and applications are failing multiple times a month for many Australian businesses, diminishing productivity and customer experiences, according to a new research report. The survey conducted by application performance solutions provider Riverbed found that around 70%...

  • The global business value derived from artificial intelligence (AI) is predicted to total US$1.2 trillion in 2018 – an increase of 70% from 2017 – with customer experience a key area for growth, according to a newly published report. And the global report by analyst firm Gartner...

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