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Why Only Three Web Server Platforms Matter

The market for web server software doesn’t show a lot of variation these days. If you name a popular site, there’s roughly a 50 per cent chance it will be using Apache.


Which Aussie Streaming Service Has The Most Box Office Hit Movies?

No single streaming service will offer every movie, but which of the big four Australian contenders has the broadest range of titles? We’ve rated Netflix, Stan, Presto and Quickflix to identify how many certified box office hits they offer.


Australians Love Wireless Broadband, But Don't Use It For Big Downloads

New figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics confirm what we knew: we’re keen on mobile broadband devices, but when it comes to major downloads, we’re all about fixed broadband.


How Safe Is Air Travel Today?

In light of the news of another tragic airline crash, and following in the wake of several other high profile air disasters, it might be natural to ask whether air travel is becoming less safe. In fact, according to the numbers, air travel is safer than at almost any point in the history of commercial flight.


These Are The Most Popular Movies Netflix Australia Is Missing

Netflix Australia officially launches today, and the biggest question everyone is asking is this: just how much decent content does it actually have? When it comes to movies that are popular with Australians, the answer is: disappointingly few.


Which Tech Jobs Are Seeing The Fastest Growth?

If you’re hunting for a job in tech, it helps to know which areas are experiencing demand (as well as what you’ll get paid). New data from job search site Indeed highlights the job titles in Australia which have seen the biggest increase in vacancies posted over the last year.


Why Making The Australian Census Less Frequent Is A Risky Idea

If reports are to be believed, both the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and the federal government are strongly considering moving from a five-year to a ten-year census cycle.


The $28 Million Trap: Online Love Scams Across Every Australian State

There’s a reason spammers keep sending out emails pretending to be looking for love — it’s a massively profitable scam. How profitable? New figures suggest Australians are being sucked in to the tune of at least $28 million a year.


IT Job Ads Are Finally Increasing

For three months in a row, we’ve seen the number of IT job vacancies placed on job advertising site Indeed decline. So it’s mildly pleasing to report that the trend was reversed in January.


Why Android And iOS Are The Only Smartphone Platforms That Matter

Further proof that for developers, smartphone platform choices really comes down to the two main players: in 2014, Android accounted for 81 per cent of smartphone sales, and Apple another 15 per cent.


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