On this week's Byte:
- News in Brief:
new survey by Startup Muster has singled out Communications
Minister Malcolm Turnbull as the MP doing most to help startups in
- BitTorrent client µTorrent has come under fire for including
bitcoin mining program EpicScale in its software package,
installing it without users' knowledge.
- News in Depth:
- The Apple Watch
has landed! You can spend anywhere between $499 and $14,000 for the
shiny. The team discuss the pros and cons of Apple's latest baby,
and the advertising strategy that they're employing.
- Events and Opportunities:
- CSS Conf is on March
26-27 at Melbourne Meat Market - tickets have sold out, but there
is a waiting list, as
well as a Decompress event on March 28.
- Infoxchange is running their YouthSpark
Career Pathways for 18-26-year-olds who are looking for a
career in IT, and looking for a foot in the door.
- The Australian and
New Zealand Internet Awards are on - if you or someone you know
have done something awesome with the Internet, why not nominate
them for an ANZIA?
Presented by Warren Davies and Cade Diehm.
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