One-year-old social media aggregation and curation platform Stackla has been announced as Twitter Australia’s first technology partner.
Australian mobile engagement company Mnet is offering $13,500 in prizes at its Bring Your Own Code hackathon competition in Sydney next week.
Your products will end up looking very different depending on which team is put in charge.
The tech sector has always been in a never-ending race towards the next big thing. Here’s a look at six technologies set to lift-off in 2014.
At its most basic level, cloud computing means storing your data on someone else’s server. Take precautions accordingly.
After noticing how hard it was for friends and acquaintances to find the right lawyer to handle their legal issues, corporate lawyer Jeremy Tompkins created a platform to fill the gap.
Information technology entrepreneurs have the chance to win a share of $50,000 in prizes through ITC Geelong’s investment pitching competition.
In the past couple of days, Google has announced some big changes with Android 4.4 KitKat. Here are some key details you must be aware of.
So here’s the situation: You’re looking to hire a coder – and a good one. Here’s one technique you should consider.
There can be little doubt that right now, in both business and society, the cloud is a hot topic. Here are four reasons why.
The global smartphone market is huge – and growing rapidly. In the second of a two-part series, here are the big trends in the mobile industry you need to be aware of.
Ever wondered whether Apple or Android is ahead the Australian smartphone market? In the first of a two-part series, here are the big trends in the mobile industry you need to be aware of.
Kingston Equities is this week launching a fundraising strategy to raise $2.2 million in venture capital to support the acquisition of a range of business to business companies in the coming year.
You rely on your online legals to protect you and your business in the event of a customer suing you or reporting your business to a regulatory authority. So it’s important you get them right.
One of the big business buzzwords at the moment is ‘big data’. But do the numbers really add up for your business?
Are you weighing up whether to build a mobile website or an app? Perhaps you’re a smartphone sceptic? If so, it’s time to examine your mobile strategy.
How Jolla was born from the wreckage of Nokia is an inspiring tale for anyone fed up with working for someone else and thinking of launching their own business.
As speculation again swirls around the future of General Motors Holden in Australia, a Melbourne-based vehicle engineering start-up is going from strength to strength.
Jolla, a smartphone start-up launched by former Nokia staff, has announced that unmodified Android apps will be able to run on its MeeGo-based Sailfish operating system.
Australia’s privacy laws have recently changed, and all businesses have until March 2014 to become fully compliant. Here are some key details you need to consider.