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Innovation isn’t just a buzzword - without it our future prosperity will suffer

9:42PM | Wednesday, 30 September 2015 |  Every politician is saying it; it is on every news report and at the forefront of many business agendas, so what do we talk about when we talk about innovation?

Broadband is the key infrastructure for the 21st century

9:28PM | Wednesday, 30 September 2015 |  What would a genuinely 21st century broadband infrastructure look like? And can the NBN under the stewardship of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull fit the bill?

The government's focus on innovation is too narrow

9:24PM | Wednesday, 30 September 2015 |  In recasting the narrative of his “21st Century government” Turnbull must ensure the innovation focus isn’t too narrow.

Four leaders talk about the key barriers to more women working in IT

9:11PM | Wednesday, 30 September 2015 |  As you are probably aware, rhetoric around the number of women working in the Australian technology industry has heightened in recent months.

Muru-D looking for startups with an enterprising angle

9:12PM | Tuesday, 29 September 2015 |  Australian startups need to embrace the wealth of opportunities on the enterprise side of business, muru-D co-founder Annie Parker says.

What’s possible with a lean startup government?

9:53PM | Monday, 28 September 2015 |  The great thing about startups is that they get s**t done and can accept that they don't know all the answers yet.

Connected world: Today’s internet access is only tip of the Zuckerberg

9:26AM | Monday, 28 September 2015 |  Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed the UN twice over the weekend urging for global internet connectivity and labelling it an “enabler of human rights”.

Why Snapchat's the coolest kid on the social media block

9:57PM | Friday, 25 September 2015 |  Is there a social media platform that can make your existing customers more loyal to your brand?

Facebook dominating as social media ad spend grows over $US25 billion

9:52AM | Friday, 25 September 2015 |  Social network ad spending is set to reach over $US25 billion this year and is only set to increase, according to new research.

Shorten takes on Turnbull to stake out startup “path to the future”

9:29PM | Thursday, 24 September 2015 |  Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has announced a “second wave” of policies that Labor will be taking to the election with the aim of making Australia a “startup nation”.
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