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What is the emoji for the word 'emoji'? Does even Apple know? :-)

On World Emoji Day, an earth shatteringly fundamental question over the nature of life, the universe and everything has emerged: what emoji is used for the word emoji?

Damien Bueno, SAP

Global software giant SAP has appointed Damien Bueno as president and managing director for Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) to replace Colin Brookes who has stepped down to take up a new role with SAP globally.

TechOne delivers on NZ government agency SaaS deal

Australian enterprise Software as a Service (SaaS) provider TechnologyOne has delivered its Human Resources and Payroll (HRP) software as a service solution to automate pay for New Zealand government employees and contractors across three agencies.

Amazon's first-ever Aussie Prime Day deals down under doing good so far

With Amazon's Prime Day deals well underway, prompting competitive moves from the likes of eBay and Kogan, Amazon's Aussie country manager has shared some thoughts.

Freestyle pushes towards Taiwan expansion

Australian based Internet of Things (IoT) company Freestyle Technology is showing off its latest IoT-enabled Smart Gas solutions to Taiwan’s Chungwa Telecom (CHT) as it looks to expand business further in the country’s US1.8 billion smart meter gas market.

Akamai discusses traffic records post Fortnite's 37Tbps+ juggernaut

Akamai reported that Fortnite Season 5 broke all previous traffic records, but what are some of the stats of traffic and more before Fortnite broke through the traffic door?

Oracle announces general availability of Blockchain Cloud Service

Database giant Oracle Corporation has announced the general availability of its Blockchain Cloud Service, which has already been taken up by a number of organisations.

My Health Record stats only by end of year, says agency

Australians will know exactly how many among them have chosen to opt out of the My Health Record system only by the end of the year, a spokesperson from the Australian Digital Health Agency says.

It's no joke - Aussies think their smartphones are ‘spying’ on them: survey

Millions of Aussies are reportedly “freaked out” because they think their smartphone is eavesdropping on them - all because they are bombarded with advertising after having a chat about a product or service.

John Stanton, Communications Alliance

Short-listed nominees for the communications industry ACOMMS awards are illustrative of the industry’s transformation from the provision of traditional fixed and mobile communications to next-generation available-anywhere, advanced services and applications, according to the Communications Alliance.

Google EU fine over Android likely this week

Search giant Google is set to face a record-breaking fine from the European Union this week over alleged anti-competitive practices concerning its Android mobile operating system.

14 firms join pact to give GPL violators time to comply

Fourteen companies have joined a group of 10 others in pledging not to indulge in harsh tactics to enforce open-source licences and adopting a deal known as the GPL Co-operation Commitment.

Payments company Square and Aussie bank BoQ to help small business get started

If you need a contactless chip off the old BoQ to Squarely help your small business get started, this new "one-stop-shop" shows small biz start-ups it's hip to be Square with BoQ and roll!

Employees stage protests as Amazon Prime Day gets underway

Workers at Amazon in Europe have walked out to protest against the company's employment conditions ahead of the company's Prime Day which began at midnight Australian time and runs for 36 hours.

ZTE shares rise 17% in HK as US deal completed

The shares of Chinese telecommunications outfit ZTE Corporation rose 17% in Hong Kong trading on Monday after the company met the final condition laid down by the US Commerce Department for resuming its business operations in the US.

Australian oil and gas industry to be first movers in adopting AI

With the "oil and gas market influenced by several factors outside the control of companies", the "long-term competitiveness of O&G industry will depend on the use of technology", including AI.

Facebook releases new Messenger facts showing emoji love on World Emoji Day

It's World Emoji Day on 17 July, with Facebook revealing well over over 900 million emojis are shared on Messenger each day, with more facts and figures to make you reach for smiling emojis and more.

Fortnite sets record for peak traffic for single video game on Akamai

Last week's launch of Season 5 of Fortnite broke a record at cloud delivery platform Akamai, showing just how much today's digital citizens love their gaming.

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