Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: MobilityOnline mortgage comparison site TomorrowFinance is developing a mobile version of its product, having watched mobile access to its website soar in recent months.
Unless you are buying a house in cash, you pretty much have to have a mortgage pre-approval letter from your bank before you even start house hunting. That’s typically something you would go to the bank for, but a number of mortgage services now also allow you to go through this process online.
Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: NetworkingContent capture specialist Kofax is expanding its range of mobile applications which allow information to be photographed and automatically inserted into corporate applications.
Singaporean price comparison startup Save 22 just got an investment of “mid six figures” in Singapore dollars, according to co-founder, Guyi Shen. S$500,000 translates to about US$400,000, as a reference.
The three-year-old startup indexes prices of goods and displays a price comparison.
Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: TechnologyAustralia might have emerged at the top of the global pile when it comes to mobile application testing – but it’s faint praise, because still only two out of five local organisations perform any testing on their mobile applications before unleashing them on unwary consumers or employees.
Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: NetworkingSmartphones and tablets are spurring Australian online retail according to PayPal, which today released a report saying that mobile technologies would drive $5.6 billion worth of retail purchases in Australia this year compared to just $155 million in 2010.