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Image of Asia: The 'Wind Stone' and the sea
In this photo by Rob Griffith, a couple sit on rocks at a Sydney beach near a sculpture titled "Wind Stone - The Threshold of Consciousness," created by Japanese-Australian artist Koichi Ishino. It's part of the Sculpture By The (...)
[nzherald.co.nz - world]

Beale fined for picture text offence
Kurtley Beale is fined £24,600 for sending an offensive picture message to an Australian Rugby Union female team official.
[BBC News UK]

Man guilty of fake-girl webcam sex
An Australian man is convicted of performing a sex act in front of a webcam "watched by" a computer-generated child he believed was real.
[BBC News]

Man guilty of fake-girl webcam sex
An Australian man is convicted of performing a sex act in front of a webcam "watched by" a computer-generated child he believed was real.
[BBC]

Free Online Medical Service Reveals How a Medical Marketing Plan Can Build Client Databases for Medical Specialists and Private Hospitals
MELBOURNE, Australia October 2014 – Even with the arrival of modern technology and the internet - including online search engines and blogging - finding a quality medical specialist without waiting months to see them still remains difficult. Many of Australia's top healthcare experts fail to (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Instagram rolls out ads for Australian users of picture-sharing app
Images and videos from brands including Ben & Jerrys, Kraft and McDonalds to start appearing in users photo streams Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

VIDEO: Students travel by robotic sofa
Australian students travel round campus in comfort
[BBC]

VIDEO: Students travel by robotic sofa
Australian students travel round campus in comfort
[BBC News]

The future of fast is coming to Australia's best mobile network
Telstra today confirmed the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be Australia's first ultra-fast LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) smartphone and is set to join Telstra's product line-up later this year. - - LTE-A technology will enable owners of compatible smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

The future of fast is coming to Australia's best mobile network
Telstra today confirmed the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be Australia's first ultra-fast LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) smartphone and is set to join Telstra's product line-up later this year. - - LTE-A technology will enable owners of compatible smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to (...)
[WebWire Telecommunications]

The future of fast is coming to Australia's best mobile network
Telstra today confirmed the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be Australia's first ultra-fast LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) smartphone and is set to join Telstra's product line-up later this year. - - LTE-A technology will enable owners of compatible smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Trintech and Special Guest The Hackett Group to Discuss Top Performer Benchmarks for Financial Close in Australia
Trintech , the leading global provider of integrated Record-to-Report software solutions for the office of finance, today announced that it is bringing its very successful seminar series focused on helping organisations benchmark their financial close process performance to Australia. The (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

Australian Tourism Research Reveals Why Tourism Businesses Need to Become Internet Savvy and Utilise Social Networking Sites
QUEENSLAND, Australia September 2014 – Only one third of Australian tourism businesses have websites optimised for search engines, according to Google's 'The 2013 Traveller', even though 84 per cent of them are online. In this day and age when technology has spawned a vast array of (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Australian Tourism Research Reveals Why Tourism Businesses Need to Become Internet Savvy and Utilise Social Networking Sites
QUEENSLAND, Australia September 2014 – Only one third of Australian tourism businesses have websites optimised for search engines, according to Google's 'The 2013 Traveller', even though 84 per cent of them are online. In this day and age when technology has spawned a vast array of (...)
[WebWire Telecommunications]

BBC offers view on Australian piracy
ISPs need to take action against piracy and be on the look-out for suspicious behaviour among customers, says BBC Worldwide.
[BBC]

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