Australian app developer Spreadsheetopia has partnered with German start-up KeyRocket after being discovered on video-sharing platform Vimeo.
Social media is moving from buzz topic to becoming an essential element of any company’s communications and marketing strategy. But are companies seeing a return on investment yet? BY LEON GETTLER.
A week after the Click Frenzy debacle in Australia, Americans have started Cyber Monday – the yearly sale that inspired the local version.
An education start-up based in Sydney will teach entrepreneurs how to code in a new 10-week program, equipping participants with the skills and experience of an entry-level developer.
Start-up retailers have been urged not to overlook the importance of stress-testing sites, following the crash of the much-hyped Click Frenzy online discount promotion.
Advertisers who have collectively spent more than $1 million on advertising for the Click Frenzy discount event will no doubt be questioning their decision after the campaign's site crashed last night after failing to handle the massive influx of traffic.
MySpace will attempt to raise $US50 million to compete in the music streaming business against existing players Spotify and Pandora.
Sydney incubator Foundry has revealed investments in two further start-up ventures, announcing that it is looking to raise up to $20 million to turn itself into a fully-fledged venture capital fund next year.
Malcolm Turnbull, the Opposition communications spokesman, says Australia needs to start celebrating the “creative destruction” of industries in order to foster innovation.
When it comes to sharing computer files, Old Taskmaster still remembers the days of the ‘sneakernet’. Thankfully, Taskmaster Enterprises has moved into the new millennium – and you should too.
After the Dallas Mavericks called foul against Facebook’s charging, the NBA team began playing on a different social media court. Should Australian start-ups join them?
Solo operators have little time to waste, so these timely tools should prove invaluable for getting things done quicker. BY MICHELLE HAMMOND.
Richard Branson-backed start-up Codecademy has partnered with an elite college in Melbourne’s east thanks to Australian Rhodes Scholar Leng Lee, the start-up’s first employee.
When it comes to gender equality, the tech industry still has a very long way to go. By following these key tips, women can thrive as tech entrepreneurs. BY BRIANA EVERETT.
The NSW Government is calling on developers to create health-related apps as part of a newly launched competition, offering $5,000 cash prizes for the best apps in each category.
Businesses are being urged to ramp up their online security measures in the lead-up to Christmas, with research revealing only a third of businesses have a risk management procedure in place.
Start-ups have been urged to not deter staff from bringing their own smartphones or tablets into the workplace, following a new study that shows most large businesses are wary of the practice.
The launch of the iPad mini has been overshadowed by Apple's ongoing stoush with Samsung.
Would you tolerate an employee giving your competitors access to your commercially sensitive documents? If not, make sure your computers are secure.
The DealsDirect Group has shut down DealMe, the group's daily deal site which has been running since 2011.