Art and technology converged at the Perth International Arts Festival over the past week to create digital artwork with no limits.
Melbourne startup Appster is partnering up with the Department of Education in Tasmania and New Town High School in Hobart to create a new course designed to teach students the foundations of coding and app creation.
A new force in gaming? Controls combine virtual reality with exercise, motion tracking and resistance2:16PM | Friday, 20 February 2015 | Andrew Sadauskas
An Australian tech company called The Realm has created a new motion tracking control system with force feedback that co-founder Matt Long says will give gamers a more immersive experience – along with a calorie-burning workout.
For the circular economy to thrive, we must be serious about reducing waste.
A yarn about startups pussyfooting around: How pausing a kitten delivery turned into a full-grown cat-astrophe2:00PM | Monday, 9 February 2015 | Taskmaster
If you promise your customers kittens, you better deliver!
The team that won last year’s BattleHack competition will once again take on Silicon Valley for the chance to win $US100,000.
The federal Department of Communications has issued a survey to industry and developers to gauge the interest in creating a geocoded national address platform that would be free for users.
As the nation focuses on the outcome of the Queensland election, the Toowoomba startup community is looking forward to a big year ahead in 2015, with a number of events and a new coworking space on the agenda.
Australia is a world leader when it comes to sporting technology but more could be done to support its sports-tech startups, according to the founder of a company that specialises in helping athletes and individuals recover from injuries.
South Australia’s largest startup conference has announced its keynote speakers for 2015, including Shark Tank investor Stephen Baxter, OneShift founder Gen George and BlueChilli’s Alan Jones.
An increasing number of startups are helping Australian companies boost their performance and streamline services by leveraging new technology.
About half of Australian video gamers are female, but men account for 88% of game developers. The Girl Geek Academy has organised an event in Melbourne later this month that hopes to help change that.
Whether chasing customers and investors in the US or even as far away as Poland, Australian entrepreneurs are no strangers to setting up shop overseas.
Many Australian startups have pivoted into successful companies. But how do you know it’s the right time to change the direction of your company, or the product or service it provides?
The Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) has announced an accelerator program to help Victorian startups tap into the $300 billion global sports products market.
A Sydney-based startup is looking to help locals and travellers find major, accessible events anywhere in the world in their own language.
Sydney-based startup Bidz Direct has developed a new shopping platform that’s attempting to give consumers more control over pricing.
The challenges for Kickstarter-backed hardware startups don’t end once you’ve raised the money.
This year’s Hackagong has seen the largest turnout since it was founded in 2012, with almost 50 teams competing for a prize pool of more than $100,000.
The growth rate for smartphones is set to slow dramatically over the coming years, both in terms of volume and revenue, according to a forecast released this week by IDC.