Angry Brides game an unlikely smash hit

2:04PM | Thursday, 9 February 2012 |  Angry Brides, a new game highlighting the issue of illegal dowry demands, is attracting a huge fan base on Facebook.

THE NEWS WRAP: Apple warns rogue app developers

2:04AM | Thursday, 9 February 2012 |  Apple has issued a warning to developers who artificially inflate the ranking of their apps, after a whistle-blower exposed the practice.

Nissan scratches the surface with iPhone innovation

2:38PM | Wednesday, 8 February 2012 |  Nissan is the unlikely creator of world’s first “self-healing” iPhone case, which can quickly repair itself when scratched.

Retailers reveal top Valentine’s Day sales tips as spending tipped to rise 4.8%

2:42PM | Tuesday, 7 February 2012 |  Almost $1 billion will be spent by couples in the lead-up to Valentine's Day on February 14.

Electronic chips replace motor functions

2:51PM | Tuesday, 7 February 2012 |  Faulty parts of living brains have been replaced by electronic chips in an astonishing breakthrough at an Israeli university.

Sales expectations hit pre-GFC high: Report

2:00AM | Tuesday, 7 February 2012 |  The sales expectations of Australian businesses have hit an eight-year high, with expected interest rate reductions boosting confidence, according to a new study.

How can I work out how much home office space I’ll need?

2:27PM | Monday, 6 February 2012 |  Remember to give yourself both room for working on the business without losing your kitchen table (and your mind).

Wi-Spi spies smartphone opportunity

2:31PM | Monday, 6 February 2012 |  Two new radio-controlled toy vehicles are about to hit the market, with names that leave little doubt over their purpose – the “Wi-Spi” and the “Intruder”.

Professionals put forward proposals

2:37PM | Friday, 3 February 2012 |  Lovestruck men and women are starting to pop the big question: Do you know any good marriage proposal planners?

How to set up a productive working environment

2:49PM | Friday, 3 February 2012 |  Having the right working environment early on sets the stage for faster learning and growth in the long-term. BY BRAD LINDENBERG.