Thursday, October 1, 2015

Australian 4G no longer world's fastest

2 October 2015
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australian 4G no longer world's fastest

New Zealand has dethroned Australia as the nation with the fastest 4G networks in the world, but Australia now offers both respectable speed and coverage, according to a new report.

Shut up and take my money: the Apple Store at the The Grove mall in LA did great business on Friday despite the heat.
iPhone 6s breaks first-weekend sales record

Apple said it had sold more than 13 million new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus devices since they became available for sale Friday.

Suppertime - the Sydney start-up is hot property.
Sydney start-up Suppertime acquired by food delivery giant

Australian premium restaurant delivery service Suppertime has been snapped by a major international company, as the local food delivery market continues to heat up.

Atlassian founders Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar.
Atlassian's US-listing plan deals blow to Australian tech sector

A decision by Atlassian, Australia's biggest tech company, to pursue a $3 billion-plus listing in the United States is a blow to Australia's ambitions to make technology a driver of the economy, tech executives said on Monday.

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