Having launched at the start of 2013 as a mobile games accelerator, Right Pedal Studios, is now shifting its focus to help create new games studios.
Nine years of hard work will soon pay off for a Melbourne-based entrepreneur who is on track to launch a racing simulator in early 2015.
Recently, there was a potato salad that went gangbusters – but could a redesign of the classic Australian thong be the next big crowdfunding campaign?
A Melbourne-based startup is looking to help users build healthy habits so they can strike the right work-life balance and live happier, healthier lives.
Selfies may now be used as a simple and easily accessible tool to detect anaemia, thanks to the efforts of two Monash University medicine students.
Nathan Chan has learnt what it takes to run a profitable magazine from the comfort of his own home at a time when it is widely recognised the publishing industry is struggling.
The mining boom, and the resulting increase in fly-in fly-out (FIFO) workers, has led to housing shortages across Australia. It’s a problem an innovative new website hopes to solve – by turning spare rooms into cash.
Australian startup CalReply has been working with SBS to ensure keen football fans haven’t missed a minute of the World Cup.
A new app is aiming to even the playing field between users and large insurance companies by storing information such as receipts in the one digital location.
Global online ticket seller Ticketbis has entered the Australian market, estimated to be worth around $90 million a year.
A Melbourne-based startup has designed and developed portable shelters for the homeless, which can be put together in less than two minutes.
An Adelaide-based startup designed to give teenagers dealing with mental health issues peer-to-peer support is going global after receiving funding from investors and announcing a collaboration with a London-based business accelerator.
Australia’s proximity to south-east Asia has the potential to be a big advantage for its tech startups, according to Nuji co-founder Dean Fankhauser.
Can a humble bown of corn chips lead to new startup opportunities? It did for Depo8 co-founder Jodie Imam – here's how.
One of the winners of last week’s Sydney Genesis startup competition aims to make riding a motorbike in wet conditions a whole lot safer.
Adelaide startup Peepable, which is set to launch a new video search engine, has raised $500,000 in seed funding from the likes of Xero’s Stuart McLeod and e3Learning’s Tony Fairbairn.
Melbourne startup PetHomeStay allows pet owners to find people in their area who are able to care for their pets while providing information about the style of care they will provide.
An Australian biotech startup has developed a buoy which is capable of detecting sharks and warning lifesavers of their presence.
For a piece of impressive technology, Melbourne born and built, Smash Wearables has a pretty humble premise, and that is to help people be better at tennis.
An Australian startup has been causing quite the buzz – around the world, and in long-distance lovers’ underwear.