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Apple's date-related bug causes headaches for device users

Apple's date-related bug causes headaches for device users

A bug in Apple's software is causing headaches for many device users, with apps that use local notifications causing their devices to crash as of Saturday.

  • by Miriam Webber

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Tinder 'minus the sleaze-factor' launched by ex-caravan salesmen
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Tinder 'minus the sleaze-factor' launched by ex-caravan salesmen

Spota is a 'social discovery' service which enables a 'fun way for people to connect to other people they see in real life'.

  • by Ben Grubb
Would you put ads on your phone for Flybuys points?

Would you put ads on your phone for Flybuys points?

Unlock Rewards is a new Android app that promises you a monthly trove of Flybuys points for very little effort on your part. All you need to do is... look at a full-screen ad whenever you unlock your phone?

  • by Campbell Simpson
Uber needs a leader like Apple's Tim Cook. Can the new CEO deliver?
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Uber needs a leader like Apple's Tim Cook. Can the new CEO deliver?

Unlike Apple at the time of that 2011 handover, Uber is a wildly unprofitable, undermanaged mess of demotivated workers and squabbling directors.

  • by Philip Gray
New Uber CEO promises change, sees IPO for $86b company in 18 to 36 months

New Uber CEO promises change, sees IPO for $86b company in 18 to 36 months

Dara Khosrowshahi was named America's highest paid CEO when he ran Expedia. Now at the helm of Uber, he's given a first glimpse of how he wants to run the embattled company.

  • by Heather Somerville and Tom Hals
I went to a Tinder party that no one knew was on
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I went to a Tinder party that no one knew was on

Periodically deleting and reinstalling Tinder could very well have replaced the "watching Titanic and eating ice-cream" as my generation's most (in)effective breakup remedy.

  • by Josh Bristow
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Brisbane start-up secures international deal with Vodafone

Brisbane start-up secures international deal with Vodafone

A Brisbane start-up business of just eight people has become a global leader in the digital business cards sector after closing an international deal with Vodafone.

  • by Liana Walker
Trump tweets portray 'emotional unstable innovator': QUT-led study

Trump tweets portray 'emotional unstable innovator': QUT-led study

A Queensland-led study that analysed the tweets of industry and world leaders to understand their online personality profiles found US President Donald Trump is an "emotionally unstable innovator".

  • by Amy Mitchell-Whittington
Get ready for ads in Facebook Messenger
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Get ready for ads in Facebook Messenger

After what Facebook declared were 'promising tests' in Australia and Thailand, the company is now about to expand its Messenger ads beta push more broadly.

  • by Edward C. Baig
Pokemon GO: how a loyal fanbase is keeping the game alive
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Pokemon GO: how a loyal fanbase is keeping the game alive

Initial fervour may have dissipated, yet arguably neither the cultural significance nor the core popularity (once the hype was over) of the game has waned.

  • by Lincoln Geraghty
If Facebook were a religion, it would be the second largest in the world
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If Facebook were a religion, it would be the second largest in the world

Likes, shares, comments and friend requests are becoming the closest thing humanity has to a universal tongue.

  • by Christopher Ingraham