Spotify have announced major changes coming to free users of the music streaming company's mobile app at a press conference in New York.
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Dropbox has announced that its presentation tool Dropbox Showcase is available to all Dropbox Business Advanced and Enterprise Teams and has added a new functionality to make the creation, customisation and control of showcases much easier.
New research by start-up accelerator The Sharing Hub has asserted that an increasing number of Australians are turning to the sharing economy to bridge the pay gap.
NAB customers can now use Google Pay to quickly, conveniently and securely make contactless payments.
Six months after the launch of its platform Stride last September, Atlassian has announced the introduction of over 500 new features and improvements, as well as 20 new app integrations including Dropbox, Trello and Google Drive.
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Samsung Pay has become the first smartphone mobile wallet provider in Australia to be made available to customers of the ‘Big Four’ banks in Australia, following today’s partnership announcement with NAB.
Dropbox has announced a partnership with Google Cloud to deliver a more unified home for work.
Samsung Electronics Australia has announced a partnership with Commonwealth Bank to offer its contactless payment platform, Samsung Pay, to CBA’s MasterCard credit and debit card holders.
From the 22nd of February, Facebook will release an update to Messenger that will make it easier to hold group video calls.
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Apple has announced a major update to Clips, the free app for iOS that makes it easy to create and share fun videos using an iPhone or iPad. Clips introduces Selfie Scenes, adds artistic style transfer effects and a redesigned interface that makes it easier than ever to create great videos on the go.
Netgear delivers industry first networking devices with remote management from anywhere in the world
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Samsung Electronics Australia has announced that its contactless mobile payments service, Samsung Pay, is now accessible for Latitude Financial Services’ 1.2 million MasterCard customers.
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