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“Netflix Tax” Will Be Part Of The Budget
Source : PC Mag Australia Author : Alex Kidman Business Insider reports on the move, which will be part of tomorrow night’s Federal Budget. The plan would be to charge a ten per cent GST levy on digital goods and services sold in Australia by companies based overseas, including... Read more
Woz: We’ve made machines too important
Source : Cnet Author : Chris Matyszczyk I am writing this at the behest of my leader, the Lady Laptop. For a number of years now, she has tried to explain to me who’s boss. I have offered resistance. Ignorant resistance. She tired of trying to just look at... Read more
Could Google’s Project Fi be cable’s answer to wireless?
Source : Cnet Author : Marguerite Reardon Google’s Project Fi wireless service has the potential to turn the mobile industry on its head. But not in the way you might expect. Last week, Google announced that it is working with carriers Sprint and T-Mobile to offer a wireless service... Read more
Facebook aims to host full news stories, will let publishers keep ad revenue, says report
Source : Cnet Author : Nate Ralph Facebook wants to publish news articles and other content from sites like The New York Times and National Geographic directly on the social network. And in return, it’s offering to let those third-party publishers keep all the revenue from some of the... Read more
How to choose a VPN
Source : Cnet Author : Nic Healey While a lot of Australians considered a virtual private network as “the way to get Netflix,” there’s a lot more to VPNs than that. In fact, there’s a host of reasons while you might consider paying for a VPN service. VPN use... Read more
Apple MacBook 12-Inch (2015)
Source : PCMag Author : Joel Santo Domingo Ever since the PowerBook G4 went away almost 10 years ago, Apple fans have clamored for a premium laptop that emphasizes portability, but still has the computing power of a full-size Mac. The new Apple MacBook ($1,799 as tested) is a... Read more
6 Reasons to Try Microsoft’s Edge Browser
Author : Michael Muchmore Source : PCMag Among the many fascinating reveals in the opening keynote of the Microsoft Build 2015 developer conference—Android and iOS code running on Windows phones, holograms that can attach themselves to physical robots, and Visual Studio for Mac and Linux—was the Microsoft Edge browser.... Read more
Unity joins Microsoft’s HoloLens
New partnership to offer devs simpler instruments.  Unity Applied sciences has introduced that it’s collaborating with Microsoft to ship the Unity improvement platform to Microsoft’s HoloLens. Microsoft and Unity are working collectively to enhance Unity’s potential as a educating software, combining Unity’s capacity to create 2D and 3D objects,... Read more