Apple is expected to announce a new, smaller version of the iPad at a special announcement in San Francisco tomorrow.
It's been a bad day at Google, but Larry Page still managed to stay upbeat.
Yelp has just issued a warning to all businesses buying fake reviews: They’re coming after you.
Projuce, a team of four young Brisbane developers, has won Jumpstarter 2012, a new Microsoft-backed competition to find the best tech start-up idea over the course of a weekend.
Taskmaster Enterprises has just invested in a broken John Deere combine harvester. However, in an empty office, there are good reasons why it’s an important business investment.
MetaCDN, a web start-up born out of the University of Melbourne, has secured $US2.3 million in an investment round led by Australian venture capital firm Starfish Ventures.
Apple will unveil a smaller version of the iPad at an event in San Francisco next Wednesday, with the company already having sent out one of its iconic press invitations to tech media around the world.
The ACCC has brought proceedings in the Federal Court against HP, accusing the computer giant of issuing false and misleading warranties.
Google may be looking at expanding its newest finance venture, where SMEs can access finance in order to fund AdWords campaigns, to Australia.
Apple is getting ready to debut the smaller version of its iPad on October 23, a new report claims, following weeks of rumours and speculation.
A new incubator for tech start-ups, dubbed Silicon Lakes, is launching on the Gold Coast, with a pitch competition for app developers acting as the curtain raiser to the scheme.
Australia Post is making a big investment in parcel delivery systems to keep up with booming online sales that have put a strain on the postal system.
Cloud computing – outsourcing your data to a datacentre over the internet – is a growing business trend. If you're curious about the cloud, here are five tips to get you started. BY OLIVER MILMAN.
In the age of social media even SMEs have to be very aware of their media profile and branding, as illustrated by the Alan Jones controversy.
If your start-up is developing a new invention, the Federal Government's R&D Tax Incentive can return up to 45 cents for every dollar spent on it. Here are some facts to be aware of before you apply. BY MAHESH SHARMA.
If you aren’t the market leader in your industry, put your energy into becoming the leading competitor. It’s a lesson as new as Apple and Samsung – or as old as Coke and Pepsi.
Australian company Microlatch is at the forefront of the smartphone and mobile payment systems security revolution.
Apple has apologised over errors in its much-criticised Maps app.
Sydney start-up OpenLearning will go up against online education heavyweight Coursera as it prepares to launch a range of free and paid courses.
Guy Kawasaki, former chief evangelist at Apple, was in Australia recently. Here he braves the pastel colours and soft furnishings of Seven’s Weekend Sunrise to talk start-ups, along with hackathon winner Jason Maclulich.