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Samsung Partners With CBA To Enhance Digital Wallet Solution

[ad_1] Samsung Electronics Australia and Commonwealth Bank now offer a contactless payment platform called Samsung Pay for CBA’s Mastercard credit and debit cardholders. This makes mobile wallets an everyday reality for millions of Australians. CBA’s Mastercard customers will now have access to Samsung Pay, allowing them to load their …

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Challenges And Opportunities For Women In Science And Tech

[ad_1] In the last 20 years, the digital revolution has changed everything for young women interested in pursuing a career in STEM. In the brain, my area of research, advanced microscopes now let us image within individual cells the size of 10 microns, or roughly one seventh of the …

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Your Guide To 157 New Emojis For 2018 Plus A Kangaroo

[ad_1] The Unicode consortium has published this year’s list of new emojis. Redheads, cupcakes lovers and kangaroo fans will be pleased. There will be new smiling emojis for redheads, curly hair, baldness and white hair. However, there are no new job related emojis this year. Instead you’ll see superheroes, heroines …

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How To Find The Best Influencers To Work With

[ad_1] Working with influencers can be one way to grow your following on social media. There are a number of ways to connect with influencers to arrange a collaboration. Ask for recommendations A personal recommendation from someone you know can lead to a new connection. …

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Group Video Calls On Facebook Messenger Just Got Easier

[ad_1] The increasing popularity of video chats was evident at the end of last year, with over 17 billion video chats being made on Facebook Messenger – this was twice the number of video calls made in the previous year. Now, Messenger aims to make 2018 the year of …

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From An Idea To World-Changing Peace of Mind

[ad_1] Many of us are all too familiar with waking up dozens of times a night to check on our little ones, and these parents knew there had to be a better solution available. There were smart coffee machines, fitness trackers, cars that let us know when it needs an …

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New Mobile Coverage For 13 Communities In Rural Australia

[ad_1] Finally, the mobile black spots in rural Australia are being sorted. Minister for Regional Communications, Senator Bridget McKenzie has announced that 13 new Mobile Black Spot Program mobile base stations will go live soon, providing mobile coverage to regional areas. The new base stations were …

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Your Career Doesn’t Have To Be A Straight Line

[ad_1] Your Career Doesn’t Have To Be A Straight Line – 5 Tips For Building A Diverse Career We tend to think about our careers as a straight line. First get a graduate level position, and gradually work your way up the hierarchy in your chosen field, usually in …

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Dyson Is Now Using Its Products To Play Music. Yes Really

[ad_1] The Cadogan Hall is set to host the premiere of a new kind of orchestral piece. The piece, by David Roche, will be performed by the Orion Orchestra, and accompanied by the latest Dyson technologies; including the Dyson Digital Motor, the V8 Cord-free vacuum and the Dyson Pure Cool link fan. Developed with more …

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