Nate Cochrane

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The Melbourne Age

All systems go for innovators as more crowdfunding sites arrive in Australia

Kickstarter and Indiegogo host duelling roadshows this week, aiming to lift the number of Australian start-ups taking their ideas to the world....

The Melbourne Age

The internet is a spook's best friend: Yaakov Peri

If you don't want intelligence services to spy on you, stop sharing online, says former spy....

The Melbourne Age

Silver screens to line the cloud

Tony Clark's star, and that of his Adelaide film production and collaboration company, are on the rise in Hollywood....

The Melbourne Age

Tax Office picks BlackBerry

The Australian Taxation Office is bucking the enterprise trend away from BlackBerry, building on its relationship with the Canadian smartphone maker in a software trial....

The Melbourne Age

Future wireless savings could be hit by spectrum shortage

Wireless devices saved Australian businesses $22 billion last year, but achieving ongoing savings will depend on the result of spectrum land grabs....

The Melbourne Age

Suncorp's hackathon reboot

Atlassian’s cultural clout is being felt in the panelled offices of one of nation’s top banks as Suncorp adopts the Australian software developer’s innovative way to solve business problems....

The Melbourne Age

Cutting the middlemen from the delivery business

Two Australian start-ups have courier companies and supermarkets in their sights....

The Melbourne Age

Verizon to scout Australian cloud

US telco Verizon is considering data centres in Sydney and Canberra to take on Amazon in the burgeoning Australian cloud market....

The Melbourne Age

Prepare for software to eat your data centre

Before too many technology companies claim to have the best "software-defined networks" product, its inventor has a few words of caution....

The Melbourne Age

PIN, sign or stick? CommBank, Coles launch pay sticker

Frustrated with Apple's slow pace of innovation, the Commonwealth Bank has gone it alone and developed its own answer to a contactless payment system for smartphones that piggybacks on a new pay sticker by MasterCard and the bank’s real-time IT systems....

The Melbourne Age

Verizon's lack of transparency 'disappointing', says cyber-rights group

US technology providers are siding with their customers, and so is Verizon....

The Melbourne Age

Amazon's virtual workspaces draw Australian interest

Australian companies have rushed to register interest in Workspaces, a virtual desktop technology from cloud giant Amazon Web Services, despite it not being available in Australia until at least next year....

The Melbourne Age

Telstra hits the start-up road

Incubator Muru-D to give telco early insights into ventures that could reshape its business....

The Melbourne Age

$16m cash injection a boon for Readify

16 million reasons to smile: Graeme Strange, Readif...

The Melbourne Age

Tweet away but the boss is watching

Some workers' internet habits are still being scrut...