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Business travellers: what's your 'cloud' of choice?

TALKING POINT | Cloud computing – or 'online storage', to use a less sexy but more accurate moniker – has fast become part of the business traveller's tech toolkit. Being able to save or copy documents into a secure online location isn't just about keeping your work and other vital data available in the event that your laptop or tablet ...

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France's Altice USA surges in New York market debut

New York - Altice USA shares rallied Thursday in their New York market debut after the telecom group controlled by French billionaire Patrick Drahi ...

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Man stopped on Thai border with orangutans, tortoises, raccoons

Bangkok - Thai wildlife officers have arrested a Malaysian man attempting to smuggle two baby orangutans, 51 tortoises and six raccoons into the ...

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Fake gun used to rob taxi driver in Sydney

Two men have threatened a 75-year-old taxi driver with a replica firearm in Sydney's CBD before punching him and fleeing with his belongings, NSW ...

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Taiwan's Foxconn says Toshiba deal 'not over'

New Taipei City (Taiwan) - The head of Taiwan's tech giant Foxconn said Thursday its pursuit of Toshiba "is not yet over", a day after the Japanese ...

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Venus into London grass court quarters

Kiwi French Open doubles champion Michael Venus is through to the quarter-finals of an ATP grass court event in London alongside American Ryan Harrison.

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What is The Motley Fool Australia’s Pro investing service?

The Motley Fool Pro is a high-conviction real money portfolio.

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German prosecutors investigate boy for shooting toy gun at cycling Thai king

"A toy pistol, a soft air pistol, was used. First it was fired at a group of cyclists, one of whom was the King of Thailand."

Lifehacker /
My Week With The Surface Laptop

The Surface Pro 5 launched recently and, as expected, it's the best iteration of Microsoft's 2-in-1 devices yet. ...

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Australian man faces charges after Thai accident

An Australian man is facing criminal charges following a traffic accident in central Thailand that left two people dead and a third in a critical ...

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Djokovic accepts Eastbourne wildcard entry

For the first time since 2010 Novak Djokovic will contest a grass court event between the French Open and Wimbledon.

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Key Macron ally says he is quitting French government

Paris - France's justice minister Francois Bayrou, a key ally of President Emmanuel Macron, told AFP Wednesday he was quitting the government, as his party battles a funding scandal.

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Bulk-buy United miles for huge savings on business, first class flights

UPDATE | A new United Airlines 'buy miles' promotion is underway, giving bonuses of up to 75% on MileagePlus purchases through 2:59pm (Sydney time) on July 4 2017 which can then be redeemed for travel on Air Canada, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, United Airlines and other Star Alliance members. Buying 5,000-24,000 miles comes with a 35% bonus, ...

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Inman leaves Rebels for French Top 14 club

Melbourne Rebels centre Mitch Inman has signed a two-year deal with French Top 14 club Oyonnax.

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French ministers quit before Macron's 'clean' reshuffle

Paris - Two French ministers have quit their jobs in the space of 24 hours as President Emmanuel Macron reshuffles his government to reflect his ...

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BAML: Hedge funds bought the dip in tech stocks last week

If you were wondering who was buying the dip in US tech stocks last week, Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) has ...

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EU to host Helmut Kohl ceremony in Strasbourg on July 1

Brussels - The EU will hold a memorial ceremony in the eastern French city of Strasbourg on July 1 to remember former German chancellor and European "visionary" Helmut Kohl, a statement said Tuesday.

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5 things you need to know in Australian tech today

Welcome to Wednesday's top stories in tech. 1. Here we go again. One of the biggest waves of dodgy emails was sent out yesterday with fake invoices made to look like they were generated out of MYOB. If curious businesses open the supposed bill, malware is downloaded that steals their personal information. It's a ...

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The New App Economy Is All About APIs

While I was in the US recently, I was surprised by a billboard I saw, that was overlooking Canal Street in New Orleans. It was advertising a company whose entire business was built around selling APIs. Tech advertising in the US is always interesting - I've saw ads on TV discussing IoT three or four years ago and ...

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Deals: Get This Coding eBook For 90% Off

The tech sector is still going strong, and programmers are enjoying a golden age of increased demand and pay for ...

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China's richest have $30 trillion to spend, and more investing in Australia

Australia is the third most popular destination for ultra-rich Chinese to invest wealth offshore, a new report shows.

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Aged Care Stands On The Edge Of A Tech Precipice

At a recent event, a number of experts contributed to a panel discussion on how technology is changing how health ...

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Treasury Wine to sell French wine in China

Australian wine supplier Treasury Wine Estates is seeking a bigger share of the market in China by adding French wine to its Australian and US ...

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French President Emmanuel Macron wins huge parliamentary majority

Several never-before-elected candidates will now help shape France's feature.

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Inflatable Refugee visits Melbourne (AAP)

A Belgian artist collective has brought a large-scale art installation of a refugee to Melbourne ahead of World Refugee Day on June 20.

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Robotics students are tech wizards of the future

A school in the south-east of Perth is working to boost the future workforce in key areas of science and technology by engaging students through robotics.

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