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Software News

Ethiopian Airlines questions Boeing's 'aggressive' software
Executive asks whether Boeing adequately prepared pilots.
Vic govt uses Google Pay to take myki cardless
But still no luck for iPhone users.
ANZ rips apart blockchain, catalogues its big list of non-uses
“Pushed by scorned crypto fanatics grasping for some justification of their obsession in the wake of the bitcoin collapse.”
NSW iVote registration goes down on election eve
Call volumes then overwhelm telephone service.
New York Times boss warns publishers ahead of Apple news launch
Aggregator could risk product control.
University of Melbourne taps Canvas as new LMS
Blackboard to be replaced by early 2020.
Millennials might swipe, can't screw: Bunnings boss nails omnichannel
You want installation with that?
NAB sets software bots loose on its email avalanche
Automatically extracting action items in 70 percent of cases.
Google’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad fortnight
It's not just Gmail that's wobbled lately, and the problems have been self-inflicted.
Google to prompt Android users to choose preferred browsers
Seeks to allay EU antitrust concerns.
Woolworths puts Tableau in the picture for data visualisation
Cross-enterprise push to look beyond spreadsheets.
Microsoft resurrects Clippy
Only for Teams however.
IBM A/NZ is assembling a 50-strong blockchain team
Aussie supermarket chain latest to sign on to use technology.
Google announces Stadia video game streaming service
Attempts to capitalize on the company's cloud technology and global DC network.
99 suppliers join DTA's govt-wide software panel
Arrangement becomes fourth largest.
Instagram adds shopping feature for US users
Trials "checkout" option on items tagged for sale.
myGovID digital identity gets big funding boost
Additional $67m to “accelerate” development.
Atlassian plumps $234 million for US agile planning software provider
AgileCraft acquired.
Coles quietly expands Uber Eats deliveries to essentials like bread, milk, Netflix
Online prices go bananas at $1 each.
GPs agitate for real-time prescription tracking in NSW
Ahead of state election.

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