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Tech business whizz Bel Pesce was chosen as a laureate at the luxury brand's international business plan competition for her education project.
Telstra is working to bolster its position in Australia’s managed network and security services markets with the acquisition of Queensland’s Bridge Point.
After six years of upgrading and overhauling its core banking system, the Commonwealth Bank is in a position to deliver a steady stream of new products and services to customers, CEO Ian Narev has said.
Australia's startup industry players are looking to the federal government's move to make changes to the employee share scheme as the first step among many to 'correct the market failures' that are creating barriers for local technology entrepreneurs.
South Korea is moving to pass a Bill that bans cab service Uber from the country, reports ZDNet Korea's Jaehwan Cho.
Turning a great idea into a company requires meticulous planning and savvy execution. This primer offers a realistic view of what you can expect and what has worked (or not worked) for other...
Raspberry Pi sales are likely to top four million units before it reaches its third year of availability.
Mentors will be tapped to advise women in skilled technical roles, such as engineering, product management, operations, design, and web development.
Via artificial intelligence, crowdfunded startup The Grid is plotting to put a web designer at everyone's disposal.
Microsoft may be poised to buy Israeli text-analysis vendor Equivio for $200 million, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
The co-working space likely to open in the Spanish capital next year, offering advice and mentoring to startups.
The froth of hype surrounding the new social network Ello is proof that something's deeply wrong with the way we report on Startupland.
The CRM giant has launched Salesforce for Startups, a program designed to familiarize young companies with its software and platform offerings.
Ever wanted to build a 3D printer for hummus or a mask that makes you sound like Bane? Here's the event where participants have done just that.
Imagine thousands of nano drones flocking together to form recognizable patterns in the air and mimicking your movements. Meet Dronies, the tiny flying quadcopters.