Business technology startups are increasingly attracting venture capital.
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The organiser of Maker Faire Africa talks to ZDNet about why he wants to build a network of inventors.
Swich – the Smartphone Wireless Charger is a stylish accessory for your mobile device made entirely from sustainable materials.
Australian startup Canva has raised US$3.6 million in its latest round of funding, bringing the Sydney-based company’s total funding amount to US$6.6 million.
Start-up Agilic hopes to bring young creators into the digital age with the Tiddlybot - a robot that delivers a range of investigative skills on its user.
Every entrepreneur is a digital entrepreneur, with new and emerging technology set to enable innovative businesses to create up to 10 million new jobs for young people among the world’s G20 countries, according to a new report by Accenture.
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...
Despite industry outcry following the Australian federal government’s budget cuts this year to programs backing the startup sector, government support is "basically irrelevant" to technology startups, according to Freelancer.com chief executive, Matt Barrie.
Google's business chiefs explain how the Internet giant has been making strides to serve small businesses, including building assembling teams “laser-focused" on making ad campaigns readily available to jump across screens.
The Baboom music service run by Kim Dotcom plans to list on the ASX before the end of 2014.
I tested the ChargeCard and ChargeKey charging cables from Nomad with the hope of leaving my normal USB charging cable at home. Here is what I found.
IBM's AlphaZone accelerator has kicked off its 24-week bootcamp for Israeli startups
Secret has raised US$25 million in venture capital and added the ability to log in with Facebook Connect and track topics.
Google's is reinventing Campus TLV in a move that could spell a new home for Waze, and homelessness for some startups.
We have been keeping a look out for the hottest new start-ups to make the news this quarter. Here are our favourites so far for Q2 2014.
Airtasker is already connecting a community of 130,000 members across Australia, and now it hopes to do the same in New York.