The hype around the next generation of Windows reached a new high this week with the Windows 10 Preview, held at Microsoft’s Redmond HQ in the US.
A Victorian startup is looking to shake up the online car buying space and has already secured $2 million in seed funding.
A “light steady, balanced regulatory touch” should be used in the development of equity-based crowdfunding legislation, according to a federal opposition policy paper.
Add Microsoft to the ever-growing list of companies accepting bitcoin payments.
Despite being the founder of two apps, I am not very technical. So I’m going to explain to those who are like me, what it takes to build a good app.
Your humble correspondent noticed a new coffee shop had just opened up on the main street of Parts Unknown. While toiling away at frothing a skinny soy cappuccino, the barista claimed he was running a startup.
Increasingly, we're seeing more businesses and organisations of all sizes value the importance of innovation.
If you’re an e-commerce startup and you’re not building for one-touch buying, you’re already behind, according to Braintree’s general manager of mobile, Aunkur Arya.
Farming cattle in northern Australia can be tough, especially in times of drought, but producers are increasingly turning to digital technologies to help them look after their herds.
The focus on the health aspects of wearables is part of a general trend amongst technology journalists who predict a “coming revolution in healthcare” as a result of these devices.
Tracking mobile and data usage for expense claims is about to get easier, thanks to Perth-based startup Mobilyser.
A new consumer-to-consumer bitcoin exchange has launched, looking to take advantage of the vulnerability of exchanges that sell directly to users, caused by the Australian Tax Office’s decision to treat bitcoin as property.
Innovation is putting yourself in the path of change, according to startup academic Jerome Engel. He believes those best placed to do that are the young, and Australia needs to do all it can to encourage young people to become entrepreneurs.
Four health tech startup competition finalists take home a $10,000 prize, as local sector gains critical mass10:37PM | Tuesday, 14 October 2014 | Andrew Sadauskas
The four finalists for the inaugural Janssen Health and Technology Challenge (HaTCH) have been named, with one of the judges saying Melbourne, in particular, is close to developing “a critical mass of ideas”.
Melbourne startup ServiceLocale has launched in beta, joining a number of startups looking to help consumers find and purchase what they want online.
Stimulating startups, innovation and STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) is critical for Australia’s economy. But we need to challenge some of our beliefs about who can and can't do these things.
Living the life of an early stage startup has its challenges. One of the main ones has to be how to evolve and grow a product without much money.
An Australian entrepreneur has produced the world’s first sand-resistant beach towel and now has plans to expand into a full beachwear brand.
Australian e-commerce player the Catch Group, the company behind Catch of the Day and Scoopon, has launched its latest digital venture, hoping to take a further slice out of the online market.
Australia is at an inflection point. The role of innovation and technology in our lives, shaping business, and growing the economy is profound.