Tech industry


Camera ready: Victorian government brings another big tech player to Melbourne

11:39AM | Monday, 16 November 2015 |  It is hoped this latest move will create 50 new tech jobs over five years.

How can I get traffic to my website cheaply?

3:00AM | Tuesday, 4 March 2014 |  So you don’t have much money to spend, but you want to get some traffic to your website. Here’s how.

X-ray glasses provide entrepreneurial vision

10:55PM | Friday, 7 October 2011 |  A pair of “social X-ray” glasses can tell you what another person is feeling and when you should stop talking, a US researcher has claimed.

Gear up for thought-triggered technology

10:33PM | Thursday, 6 October 2011 |  Scientists have unveiled a bicycle with gears that can be changed by thinking about it.

Mobile-charging shoes

10:55PM | Thursday, 20 October 2011 |  Your mobile phone might never run out of power mid-conversation again, thanks to research from the University of Wisconsin.

Flying carpet a sky-high idea

10:26PM | Friday, 14 October 2011 |  A battery-powered magic carpet has had lift-off in the United States, suggesting magic carpet rides could soon become a reality.

Shredded paper a powerful idea

1:19PM | Tuesday, 10 January 2012 |  Japanese electronics giant Sony has revealed technology that generates electricity from shredded paper.

Pre-launch start-up supporter360 lands multimillion dollar clients

1:06PM | Thursday, 5 January 2012 |  A new Australian cloud-based platform called supporter360 has already been snapped up by organisations with a combined income of $500 million, despite still being in its pre-launch phase.

Top 10 technology trends for 2012

1:15PM | Thursday, 5 January 2012 |  Technology trends in 2011 were heavily influenced by the uptake of mobile devices, namely smartphones and tablets. So what’s in store for the year ahead? StartupSmart picks out the top technology trends for 2012. BY MICHELLE HAMMOND.

Watch2pay is right on time

12:40AM | Friday, 23 December 2011 |  A watch is replacing wallets for purchases under $23 in Britain, representing the latest development in cash-free payments.