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Dell Kills Off Android Tablet Range, Favours 2-In-1 Devices Instead

Slate tablets are becoming a niche product in the business space and 2-In-1 computers will become the preferred mobility device many workplaces, according to Dell. With that in mind, the computing vendor will be discontinuing its Venue Android tablets range. Here are the details.

How To Get Into Qantas Club Lounges By Buying A Pass

Qantas lounges, until now only accessed by high status frequent flyers, paid up club members and business class travellers, can now be accessed for a one-off fee. The single visit passes cost $49 or 7,000 Qantas points for domestic Qantas Club lounges, $69 or 9,900 points for international business class lounges and $99 or 14,500 points for the Premium International Ports lounges in Hong Kong and Singapore.

Start-Up Vs Scale-Ups: What's The Difference And Why Does It Matter?

The general impression of start-ups is that they’re innovative, agile and disruptive in their respective markets. Naturally, many companies adopt the “start-up” label, even if they’ve well and truly moved beyond that phase and become “scale-ups”. So what’s the difference? Let’s find out.

Learn New Google Now Commands With OK Google

Google Now offers a wide range of voice commands designed to work with your natural language, but it can help to know exactly what the virtual assistant is capable of understanding. That’s where OK Google comes in — it’s a growing, searchable list of every known Google Now command.

How To Reframe Your Stress And Anxiety Into Productivity

It starts off slow. Heart rate building. Dry mouth. A drip of sweat slowly rolling down from your temple to your cheek. And then wham. A punch to the gut. Stress. It’s inevitable in life. And yet so many of us see it as something we can’t control. Or worse, something we should bury and ignore.

There's Another Telstra Outage In Victoria Right Now

For the fourth time in as many months, part of Telstra’s network is down. This time it’s enterprise and business customers in Victoria who are affected. Oh dear.

Briefly: Aussie Pokemon, Tesla's Sydney Store, PlayStation Store Sale

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Inside Tesla’s flagship Sydney store, Bose QuietComfort 35 Bluetooth Headphone review, who is the most Australian Pokemon?

How To Make Sure Your VPN Is Honest About Its International Exit Servers

One of the best reasons to use a VPN is to get around pesky location restrictions on streaming movies and other content. But before you shell out money to a VPN that promises servers in dozens of countries, make sure they’re telling the truth about them. Trust, but verify.

How To Build A Best In Class Digital Business

Technology holds the potential to seriously enhance businesses. For one gift delivery company in Adelaide it’s been the difference between staying a startup and growing into a national success. Adelaide-based Kelly Jamieson dreamed to have the business she founded and loved – Edible Blooms – go national. The gift delivery service, which mimics flower delivery but replaces the flowers with fresh fruit and chocolate, was a proven success in her hometown, but the next step called.

RateCity's Election Calculator Tells You Who To Vote For Based On Your Wallet

Chances are, you’ve already made your mind up on who to vote for this Federal Election. But if you’re still undecided, this calculator app from RateCity is worth a look — in just 60 seconds, it determines which major party should get your vote by comparing their policies to your financial circumstances. It’s voting for idiots who care.

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