Startup invites punters to take a gamble on fantasy sports

9:19PM | Friday, 25 September 2015 |  An Australian startup is trying to combine two of Australia’s most popular pastimes: fantasy sports and gambling.

How corporates co-opted the art of mindfulness to make us bear the unbearable

9:42PM | Friday, 25 September 2015 |  Pasteurised versions of the ancient practice of mindfulness are now big business.

Snap: smartphones give dedicated digital cameras a run for their money

9:58PM | Friday, 25 September 2015 |  Apple’s recent offering of new tech toys includes the latest iPhone – available in stores from Friday – and it boasts some mighty camera power.

IoT home check-up: China provides CliniCloud with unexpected silver lining

9:35PM | Thursday, 24 September 2015 |  Despite doing the rounds in Silicon Valley, it was when the CliniCloud founders returned to Australia that an investment fell into their laps.

CarbonTRACK on the fast-track after two quick funding rounds

9:55PM | Thursday, 24 September 2015 |  Energy usage tracking startup carbonTRACK is set to conquer the world after securing a $2 million funding round, only two months after announcing the closure of a $1.3 million round.

Fresh fields: Five trillion-dollar markets ripe for startup innovation

9:30PM | Thursday, 24 September 2015 |  A big market with lots of potential customers is one of the most critical factors in a startup’s success.

Keeping up or holding back? The regulation challenge for government

9:54PM | Thursday, 24 September 2015 |  A 21st Century government needs 21st Century regulation. The key is not to predict the future.

Facebook goes 3D in a galaxy far, far away

9:49AM | Thursday, 24 September 2015 |  Facebook has begun rolling out 360-degree videos on the news feed, with the launch allowing users to immerse themselves in, and explore, the new Star Wars trailer.

SafetyCulture CEO says informed investors more likely to keep funds flowing

9:41PM | Wednesday, 23 September 2015 |  Keeping investors informed is the secret to ensuring they’ll be willing to chip in more money down the track, SafetyCulture CEO Luke Anear says.

Lice killer biotech exit comes up to scratch for Blue Sky

9:29PM | Wednesday, 23 September 2015 |  Australia will see more world-class exits if investors collaborate and share their capital and expertise, Blue Sky Venture Capital investment director Elaine Stead says.