NASA has come knocking on the door of an Australian 3D-printing startup.
Australian entrepreneurs are too quick to “whinge” and lack the courage to have a go says one of the nation’s leading technology pioneers.
Flying cars and teleportation may have captured the imagination decades ago, but most current methods of transport have been around a long time.
Startups need to collaborate more with big businesses and industries to provide testing grounds for new, innovative technologies.
Google has launched a new service allowing Google Maps users to determine how well solar panels will work on their house.
A new Australian startup is aiming to put the power back into the hands of job seekers with a simple idea: “make a video, get a job”.
From autonomous vehicles and the rapid rise of Uber to the global diffusion of bike-sharing schemes, transport is changing.
Fintech firms are infiltrating all areas of financial services, from payments platforms, lending, capital raising, investment, advice, insurance to capital markets.
A virtual and augmented reality platform that improves outcomes for people living with dementia has won the World Citizenship Category at Microsoft’s Imagine Cup.
Off the back of a small business-focused budget, Bruce Billson told a round-table of female entrepreneurs and business leaders in Melbourne last night the Prime Minister has a new task for him.
Last week some old technology reappeared, refreshed for another try at getting it right this time around.
Winners and losers have been chosen from the first wave of bitcoin startups, according to CoinJar founder Asher Tan.
When it comes to innovation I often use the quote, sometimes attributed to Einstein, that “the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result”.
The CSIRO asked more than 7000 creative, customers, experts, and the public to help identify what megatrends should guide Australia’s innovation agenda.
A biotech startup spun out of the University of Queensland has raised $40 million to help develop a drug, which may make some injection-based treatments obsolete.
'Cough into this phone, please': Perth startup's diagnosis app could change the way respiratory problems are detected7:21PM | Thursday, 16 July 2015 | Denham Sadler
Soon you’ll be able to self-diagnose that scratchy throat just by coughing into your smartphone, an Australian startup hopes.
An Australian startup aiming to revolutionise the international freight industry has secured $800,000 seed funding and is now looking to aggressively expand.
Straight-talking ANZ CTO Patrick Maes signals bank’s intent to partner with more Aussie fintech startups7:55PM | Friday, 10 July 2015 | Kye White
ANZ wants to build relationships with Australian fintech startups, so they can partner to solve global problems in the financial services industry.
Working for a large plaintiff law firm, Andrew Montesi regularly saw people unable to access justice because of high legal costs. He decided to do something about it.
This startup is trying to solve a very common and often infuriating problem faced by pretty much anyone who uses the internet.