At Amber, we love our users, and we care about our model. It’s why we didn’t ICO. We should be wary of those enterprises who do. Here’s why.
According to Rolling Stone, Taylor Swift implemented the use of facial recognition software to identify stalkers at a recent concert. She didn’t inform them of this fact.
Ian “Hendo” Henderson was the voice of the ABC’s news coverage for a quarter century. The man saw the fall of the Berlin Wall and the media transform. He may no longer read the news, but his inexorable personality remains indelibly planted in the zeitgeist.
Crime may be falling in NSW, but the Berejiklian government is spending billions on more police, more prisons and programs to keep us safe.
Callie van der Merwe’s designs are different. Synchronising menu, décor, service and fixtures and fittings, he can elevate your space to unseen levels, but in ways that will always fit your brand.
Everyone may love their car, but the cost of owning one is a growing problem. This is where Kerb comes in. They’ve developed a platform that allows you to put money back in your pocket.
Last night, the European Court of Justice allowed the UK to kill off Brexit without penalty. Disappointingly, Theresa May’s titanic deck chair shuffling may see that deal expire.
Practifi CCO and co-founder Adrian Johnstone sat down with the recalls the Entrepreneur Podcast Network to discuss his company’s birth, and what they hope to achieve next.
The Coalition is building their re-election campaign on their economic stewardship. Considering that we’ve severely trended in the opposite direction, maybe they shouldn’t.
Yesterday, the police eviscerated the media for putting forward a suspect in the Toyah Cordingley case. In response, the media are questioning the police for dragging their feet. Who is in the right?
The questionable AA bill passed with bi-partisan support, but with the government now able to access our encrypted data, should we feel safer – or more at risk?
Having come to represent something far greater than just digital currency, here’s why Bitcoin is becoming the new top choice for portfolio diversification.
Millennials have life insurance all wrong. You should always be covered, even when you’re in your prime.
Yesterday, more school-age children met the government to protest climate change. Disappointingly, no existing laws protect them.
Elective breast surgery should never be taken lightly. Your first steps need to be guided by a true professional, a real expert. Dr Michael Yunaev knows the risks, and the right way forward.
In the modern age, false media is all too often promoted as a means to advance the already advanced. I suggest we redirect our technology to those who need it: those outside the official narrative.
One US realty company has decided to do away with office space entirely, creating a VR island to conduct business in. Oddly, they sell real estate.
With instances of police brutality, misconduct and abuse of powers now greater known, the taxpayer is outraged over having to foot the bill for the actions of rogue police officers.
NSW motorists have geared into debate after the government conferred parking inspectors with the power to issue demerit points for certain parking offences.
As the culture of total war continues, the protections that journalists require become more pressing. We have a right to see what they uncover.
We sat down with Bill Tsouvalas, founder and managing director of Savvy Finance, to talk about success in a tough financial marketplace.