Lemonade Stand Day: Policy Hack winner’s pithy plan to introduce entrepreneurship to schools

10:57PM | Monday, 19 October 2015 |  An education initiative aiming to instil a culture of entrepreneurialism in young Australians has been crowned the best idea at Wyatt Roy’s inaugural Policy Hack.

The battle for open access is far from over

10:17AM | Monday, 19 October 2015 |  Monday October 19 marks the beginning of the eighth Open Access (OA) week, a global event to highlight all things open access.

Should movie studios be worried about Netflix’s first feature film?

10:00AM | Monday, 19 October 2015 |  The American summer is always important for the movie business, and this past one was the second-biggest ever for ticket sales.

Australia needs to embrace the entrepreneurial spirit: Wyatt Roy on Policy Hack

10:31PM | Sunday, 18 October 2015 |  Startup founders, venture capitalists, scientists, academics and policy makers came together over the weekend to come up with ways to strengthen Australia’s innovation ecosystem.

LinkedIn is an economic and influence powerhouse, not just ‘a place to put your CV’

10:58PM | Friday, 16 October 2015 |  If you think LinkedIn is just a good ‘place to put your CV’ than you are missing out on the platform’s huge business benefits and potential.

Queensland makes coding and robotics compulsory in schools

10:29PM | Thursday, 15 October 2015 |  Queensland has set a “tremendous example” for the rest of Australia by making coding and robotics compulsory in schools from prep to Year 10.

University of Wisconsin versus Apple. Should universities resort to patent trolling?

10:16PM | Thursday, 15 October 2015 |  A US federal court has found that Apple infringed a patent held by the patenting arm of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

“Less of a pissing contest”: Victorians want centre of fintech excellence

10:22PM | Wednesday, 14 October 2015 |  Melbourne desperately needs a centralised fintech hub, not “a pissing contest” with Sydney, in order to become a leading global startup city in the sector, according to the results of a new survey.

Crossed wires: ISPs are already struggling to retain our metadata

10:27PM | Wednesday, 14 October 2015 |  Eight-four percent of internet service providers in Australia have not met the deadline set by the federal government for them to start collecting metadata.

YOUR SAY: How to craft the pitches that are music to journalists' ears

10:13PM | Wednesday, 14 October 2015 |  With journalists receiving hundreds of emails a day. there's a good chance your carefully crafted pitch will be ignored.