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UK to exit the EU: What are tech firms worried about?
Technology firms operating in the UK identify the biggest challenges facing the IT industry following the British public's decision to leave the EU.

Telcos argue costs of compliance and workarounds process in piracy website blocking
The final day of the piracy site blocking hearing involved arguments from the ISPs about costs, workarounds, and who should host landing pages.

?Telcos must share data for contagion prevention: KT
Speaking at the United Nations Global Compact, KT Chairman Hwang Chang-gyu said global telcos must take new roles to prevent contagions by sharing their big data during a state of emergency.

?Time to scale, not venture capital, holding back Australian startups: Data61 CEO
Adrian Turner, Data61 CEO, has said the biggest problem facing Australia's startup scene is not access to capital, rather the time it takes to get a product out in the big wide world.

?Samsung launches mobile startup incubation program
Samsung has launched a program called Creative Square that plans to find and help startup and designers in mobile.

Your election guide to the NBN
With one week left before the federal election, we've provided a guide for which candidates support fibre to the premises and which are opting for a multi-technology mix for Australia's National Broadband Network.

?Turnbull pledges AU$12m for mobile coverage on Central Coast trains
If the Coalition is re-elected on July 2, Malcolm Turnbull has said he will provide Wi-Fi at each Central Coast train station and stable mobile coverage on trains moving through the corridor.

Australian Institute of Sport taps into data to help athletes train for gold
The Australian Institute of Sport has been using data analytics to ensure some of Australia's top athletes have been able to train at their optimum level for the Rio Olympics and Paralympics.

Samsung unveils $800 quick-charging Notebook 7 spin convertible laptop
Available in 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch editions, the new Windows 10 2-in-1 features a 360-degree touchscreen display and can extend battery life by two hours with just a 20-minute charge.

?AmpMe's YouTube integration allows you to party with your cell phone
Young, social music lovers are drawn to this app but the sound quality has a way to go before it can replace your home entertainment system.

Columbus, Ohio wins federal "smart city" challenge
The city gets up to $140M to spend on self-driving shuttles, smart street lighting, transportation data analytics and other measures to improve city transportation.

Google launches Android programming course for absolute beginners
Google has designed an Android app developer course for people who've never programmed.

?NASA app lands on Apple TV
NASA joins YouTube, Netflix, and HBO on the fourth-generation Apple TV.

Apple and IBM's enterprise alliance just scored a major retail win
Boots becomes first retailer to roll out iPad 'sales assist' app across 2,300 stores.

Google Fiber is buying high-speed ISP Webpass, aims for faster rollout
Google to gain access to fiber and wireless networks in five major US markets.

Hackers would like to join your LinkedIn network - and you'd probably accept them
Research demonstrates how a willingness to connect to strangers on LinkedIn might be putting your company at risk.

Foxtel pushes to prevent workarounds in piracy site-blocking case
The definition of an 'online location' must be sufficiently broad to prevent workarounds once a website block is put in place, Foxtel and Roadshow have argued in court.

Uber passengers to begin paying AU$100m taxi compensation
Taxi and ride-booking passengers in NSW will pay a AU$1 levy on all trips to help fund a compensation scheme for taxi licence holders whose livelihood has been devalued by sharing economy alternatives.

Australian Greens proposes Digital Rights Commissioner
Should the Greens get their way, Australia would have a Human Rights Commissioner focused on digital rights, privacy, and security.

Telstra forms Mining Services business for oil and gas industries
Telstra's newly formed mining services business will provide communications and technological solutions to those working in the industry.

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