Business technology startups are increasingly attracting venture capital.
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Digital post mailbox startup Zumbox has announced it will shut down next week, but its Australian partner, Digital Post Australia, intends to continue using the US-based company’s infrastructure.
SingTel has launched an initiative to help technology startups in the Asia-Pacific break down national borders and find commercial success in the greater Asia Pacific region.
Claude Shannon, the father of information theory, called communication effectiveness a level C problem: if people don't act on what's been communicated, what's the point? That's the Neon Lab video problem.
A new venture capital investment by T.Rowe Price has lifted Atlassian's value to be worth US$3.3 billion.
Singapore telco launches Crowdtivate website that provides a platform for entrepreneurs in the country and region to campaign for funds and other related support to kickstart their ideas.
Twitter has purchased Android lock-screen and app draw application startup, Cover, for an undisclosed amount.
Uber's new courier service sets the ride-sharing startup for another industry disruption, with hints at a few more to come.
Australian webmail provider Atmail has appointed a new CEO to help with its expansion efforts in the US, Europe and Asia, after receiving a AU$2 million fundraising injection from Starfish Ventures — a far cry from the back of the Land Rover where the company started.
Online image-sharing platform Imgur has raised US$40 million from Californian venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz after five years of growing its community on a bootstrap budget.
Hills has opened up applications to give local innovators the opportunity to bring their ideas to the Lance Hill Design Centre and the D-Shop, which are due to open in early May.
By crowdsourcing articles written by practically anyone, including NGOs and news organisations, Oximity wants to up the ante on global social and economic news production and dissemination
Introduced by the Brits, we embraced it as our own and now you can too within a little more than week of being plucked, thanks to this e-commerce service
With engineers galore and startups that have become global players this could quickly become the next 'Bangalore'.
Fewer regulations coupled with an increase in self-belief, funding, and education will help keep start-ups from moving offshore, a panel of speakers told delegates at the Salesforce1 World Tour in Melbourne
Facebook continues to blow through billions of cash like wildfire, but what is the bigger picture? For today at least, that picture is 3D.