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Print, Sign, Scan, Fax? Time to Upgrade.

Print, Sign, Scan, Fax? Time to Upgrade.

The days of pushing things like contracts and invoices around on paper are numbered as new research from DocuSign reveals just how much time we could be saving by doing things digitally. I recently spoke with Scott Olrich, COO of DocuSign about their research and how business can be make better by doing away with old-paper based processes.  Listen below.[Read More…]

Robots serving up Ice Cream in Melbourne

Robots serving up Ice Cream in Melbourne

Australia’s first ever robotic retail store has just opened up in Melbourne…and the robotic employees are serving up Ice Cream.   Take a look at the video below. Niska, offers a unique experience with Australian-made gourmet and artisan ice-cream served a team of robot attendants; Pepper, Eka and Tony. It is the nation’s first ever robotic retail store located at Federation[Read More…]

Australia’s Best TV also costs 60k

Australia’s Best TV also costs 60k

LG has recently unveiled the latest 8K resolution TV.  It costs just under 60 thousand dollars and they’re calling it the best TV in Australia. It’s their first 8K OLED and it’s certainly big with an 88-inch screen but what makes it the best?  I spoke with Angus Jones from LG Australia and asked him just that. Listen below. https://media.whooshkaa.com/show/5521/episode/432149.mp3[Read More…]

Call of Duty Comes to Mobile

Call of Duty Comes to Mobile

  One of the most popular video games on PCs and video games consoles for more than 15 years, Call of Duty, is now on mobile for the first time. Aptly titled Call of Duty: Mobile the game offers the same first person action experience that’s made the game so popular…and if you’ve played before then you’ll notice familiar maps,[Read More…]

Spring Cleaning includes old Mobile Phones

Spring Cleaning includes old Mobile Phones

New research shows that Australians seem to have a big problem parting ways with old, and even broken mobile phones.    Mobile Muster estimates that there are around 25 million unused mobile phones lying around Australian homes and businesses. Why?  Well apparently because we either don’t get around to it or are scared of throwing out something we need.  I[Read More…]