People are spending $7500 on keyboards. Maybe you should,too

People are spending $7500 on keyboards. Maybe you should,too

If you spend most of your day touching a keyboard,why not make it a good one? Like,really good.

  • byKat Wong

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In 2022,every app wants to be TikTok
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Social media

In 2022,every app wants to be TikTok

Instagram is testing a makeover that makes it look a lot more like TikTok,the video social media app that has enjoyed a stunning rise in popularity.

  • byNick Bonyhady
Seamless partner collaboration vital to Airwallex growth
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Slack

Seamless partner collaboration vital to Airwallex growth

Airwallex is fast becoming a household name,and not just in cross border payments,it’s first métier,but across so many of the vital services businesses need.

  • byAlexandra Cain
From ‘door detection’ to scanning braille,phone accessibility keeps expanding

From ‘door detection’ to scanning braille,phone accessibility keeps expanding

As smartphones become our default computing platform,the devices are having to adapt to make connectivity more accessible for people with disabilities.

  • byTim Biggs
Under pressure,‘soft and fluffy’ Canva takes harder line on Russia

Under pressure,‘soft and fluffy’ Canva takes harder line on Russia

Activists want the Australian graphic design giant to pull out of Russia and encourage other firms to do the same to increase pressure on the Kremlin to end its brutal war.

  • byNick Bonyhady
Labor taps supporters to beat Libs to top of Google search results

Labor taps supporters to beat Libs to top of Google search results

A fundraising blast by Labor shows how the war for votes is heating up online as Australians turn to the internet for help on deciding who to back.

  • byNick Bonyhady
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How the cloud is helping make sustainability a reality
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Oracle

How the cloud is helping make sustainability a reality

The knowledge that waste is part of a consumption eco-system involving hundreds of players is being turned into a business.

  • byPeter Shadbolt
Stronger parental controls only one piece of phone safety puzzle
Analysis
Web culture

Stronger parental controls only one piece of phone safety puzzle

The government wants to force Apple and Google to make stronger tools for parental oversight,but a cultural and educational shift is also needed.

  • byTim Biggs
‘Voice assistants’ have become less vocal,but much more powerful
Analysis
Home tech

‘Voice assistants’ have become less vocal,but much more powerful

As Amazon and Google usher in an era of ambient computing,Sonos pushes back over privacy concerns with a music-based voice service of its own.

  • byTim Biggs
Investing startup tells of its escape from crypto rout that ‘wrecked’ others

Investing startup tells of its escape from crypto rout that ‘wrecked’ others

The co-founder of investing app Tiiik said quick thinking helped it ride out the sudden collapse of TerraUSD in relatively good shape.

  • byNick Bonyhady
WeChat,the Chinese mega app,can do almost everything - including election misinformation

WeChat,the Chinese mega app,can do almost everything - including election misinformation

A barrage of false claims,misinformation and unauthorised political advertising is circulating on WeChat,just days before voters hit the polls.

  • byNick Bonyhady andKat Wong