Startup sector pushes big three reforms

10:26PM | Tuesday, 13 October 2015 |  Founders and investors have welcomed the first policy recommendations put to the government by StartupAUS.

Aussie App Store prices set to increase

10:20PM | Tuesday, 13 October 2015 |  Australian iOS will soon pay more for app purchases with Apple announcing it will be increasing prices by 15%.

‘Drip pricing’: Airbnb and eDreams accused of breaching consumer law by ACCC

10:19PM | Tuesday, 13 October 2015 |  Airbnb is one of two companies to enter enforceable undertakings after the ACCC found the accommodation site may have breached Australian Consumer Law.

Wyatt Roy and BlueChilli’s Policy Hack is a great concept poorly executed

10:18PM | Tuesday, 13 October 2015 |  Next weekend Wyatt Roy and startup accelerator Blue Chilli host a Policy Hack designed to disrupt the public service but the event looks badly flawed.

Lessons from an unlikely tech entrepreneur

10:07PM | Tuesday, 13 October 2015 |  From teachers to artists, stockbrokers to plumbers, no one is short of an idea for the Next Big Thing.

Red tape and a lack of transparency holding NSW startup grants back: report

10:57PM | Monday, 12 October 2015 |  Startups aren’t applying for government grants and taking advantage of the funding on offer because of arduous red tape and a lack of transparency in the process, a new report finds.

Volvo to take full responsibility if one of its self-driving cars crashes

10:34PM | Monday, 12 October 2015 |  Volvo says it will take responsibility for crashes involving its self-driving cars as the manufacturer calls on regulators to quickly adapt to the new technology.

How to hire a good growth hacker for your startup

10:14PM | Friday, 9 October 2015 |  Once your startup takes off, one of the big challenges you’re going to face is finding talented employees capable of driving its growth.

Your phone and watch could warn you of deadly heart problems. So why don't they?

10:57PM | Friday, 9 October 2015 |  The heart rate measurement feature in the Apple Watch was intended as an aid to those using the device during exercise sessions. But it could do so much more.

A code of ethics in IT: just lip service or something with bite?

10:48PM | Friday, 9 October 2015 |  Many professionals risk the wrath of their governing body if they act against any code of ethics. But not so the IT industry.