Prize-winning LiDAR system can precisely measure how much waste ships bring into ports.
It joins three other fintechs in taking on the big four.
E-commerce player opens new regional headquarters in Singapore, which office space spans 244,000 square feet and can house up to 3,000 employees, as it looks to further drive its growth in the region.
Amid European and global uncertainties, France has been working on gender equality and attracting tech talent.
Jetson Industries has combined electronics and online gaming with traditional sports to collect movement data and provide insights to players, coaches, and fans.
If legislated, the NZ$300 million Venture Capital Funds will be aimed at startups looking to expand.
Foreign investment in UK tech startups booms but tech job openings take a dive.
We've pulled together 19 facts and statistics that shed light on tech in this complex region.
The most frequently purchased items are coffee, baby wipes, clothes, and other necessities.
Slack appeared at a time when millennials were starting to penetrate the workforce, and its new way of working appealed to the new workforce. It just won't be the death of email, yet.
Monetary Authority of Singapore launches an "express" 21-day route to approval for fintech companies applying to test products in a sandbox environment, and mandates measures aimed at improving cybersecurity posture of financial firms.
Car marketplace Carro has raked in another US$30 million as part of its Series B round, having secured US$60 million earlier in May, and used the funds to acquire Indonesian e-commerce player Jualo.com.
Security may not be on its list of attributes, but the company's co-founder and chief product officer assures all systems are now secure.
Funded by SoftBank, the US$2 billion investment plans will see Grab develop an electric vehicle transport network and geomapping services as well as introduce "affordable" e-healthcare services to increase access to medical assistance in the country.
HBO's Silicon Valley paints a very funny picture of the technology industry. How accurate a picture is it, though?
We want more innovation in our mobile phones and want hype turned into reality. Here are my predictions of hot trends for mobiles on their way in 2017.
These images show what a smartphone can achieve as a microscope, using the 1.5mm-thick Blips lenses from Italian startup Smart Micro Optics.
These entrepreneurs bet their future on a TV reality show ... and won big.
From Leo DiCaprio to Magic Johnson, these celebrities know exactly where to put their money.
Double-digit growth does not get you a place at the top table of Central Europe's startups. To get a place on Deloitte's recent Central Europe rankings from its Technology Fast 50 report, which classes startups according to revenue growth between 2011 and 2014, you need triple-digit growth at least.. This year's top 10 features companies from all over the region.
Think unicorn companies are impressive? Take a look at these. That's a lot of zeros, folks.
Having trouble launching in Silicon Valley? Time to whip out your passport
We have rounded up the best successful crowdfunding drone and microcopter campaigns for autonomous and piloted flying using your smartphone.
It is not only the big companies that produce great tech that is worthy of note at CES 2015. Have a look at these cool products that should be at the show this year.
If you are fed up with Facebook and tired of Twitter you might want a change of social scene. Try these up-and-coming social networks that are well worth a look for users and brands.
The Spain Startup South Summit 2014 conference recently took place in Madrid, where fledgling companies from a variety of industries mixed with investment groups and startup accelerators. ZDNet looks at some of the brightest tech startups on show.
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.
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.
We have a look at six startups that have already caught our eye this year.
Australia's newest bank expects to launch soon.
The company will provide 10 to 15 startups with mentorship from Intel and industry experts.
Macedonia's startup ecosystem is growing, tapping into the skills of its youth. Read more: https://zd.net/2YdAFoH
Next phase of Canberra's government IT procurement reform.
Europe's last dictatorship wants to promote itself as a forward-thinking technology-powered nation.
France says while the UK is making tech talent feel less welcome, it is opening its doors. Read more: https://zd.net/2CjAYpA
The landscape for tech startup funding has shifted significantly since the 2016 Brexit vote.
The e-commerce law newly enforced in China on Jan 1, 2019, aims to improve regulation over vast online markets that have been dominated by players like Alibaba and JD.com.
Chinese e-commerce giant has entered the food production business with a 11,040 square metre hydroponic plant in China, built in partnership with Japan's Mitsubishi Chemical.
The Arab Spring showed the potential of young people in the Middle East armed with technology. But the picture since then has been patchy. Read more: https://zd.net/2RjzYHs
Agriculture tech company GoannaAg has completed its first capital raising.