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Epic Catch says you DO have plans for Valentine’s Day, you just don’t know...

Aussie tech start-up Epic Catch has launched, promising a a new way to try something new, with someone new and flourish this Valentine’s Day!

This PhD holder believes our university education system is broken and is now fixing...

Predicting untapped opportunity in the private higher education system, Dr Brendan Moloney left Melbourne University in 2011 to start his own firm, Darlo

Aussie start-up Kayban has launched an innovative natural formula to fight global antibiotic-resistant superbugs

Through collaboration with the CSIRO and an elite panel of Australian medical researchers, Aussie start-up Kayban is fighting anti-microbial resistance

The ‘Uber of couriers’ is here to disrupt how Australians send and receive packages

People Post has set out to be a game changer for the Australian courier industry, with the new crowd sourced courier service launching early this year

What is keeping business owners up at night? These are the top 10 challenges...

SME owners all over Australia are heading back to work but many of the challenges they faced last year are still obstacles for them to overcome this year

Do you hate having to hold your phone when watching videos? What if you...

HeadPal is a clever, new smartphone accessory which allows users to view media without the inconvenience of having to hold or balance their smartphone

Uh-oh! Young Australians are the least prepared for the coming digital revolution

Young Australians are the least prepared for the digital revolution, according to a global report released at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos

This new app is set to revolutionise how Australians keep an eye on their...

Mark Woodland, owner of two large childcare centres in Melbourne, strives to integrate Australian childcare with progressive tech, with his new app Xplor

UK start-up Deliveroo has raised a A$140 million Series D round to change how...

Takeaway just got a tech makeover with the Aussie launch of Deliveroo, the UK start-up changing how we think about takeaway, powered by a A$140m Series D

Why overseas retailers continue to steal our dollars – with three in four Aussies...

New research has revealed that 74 per cent of Aussies have been sending their hard-earned cash to overseas shopping sites so far this year.

Ethical food advocates demand ACCC investigate Coles and Woolworths. Are farmers and families being...

Australian local food pioneers Food Connect and CERES Fair Food have joined with the National Farmers Federation to call on the ACCC to break up Australia's supermarket duopoly and ensure a more just, equitable and sustainable food future for Australian families.

Are Australians the worst illegal downloaders in the world?

When the climatic finale of the television series ‘Lost’ aired earlier this year, BitTorrent news service TorrentFreak estimated that 15% of all torrent downloads of the final episode originated from Australia, despite the country representing only 0.3% of the world’s population. Do we blame our convict past or lack of access to legal channels?

Survey: Aussies on business offend Americans, Brits the most

Australians might share many cultural traits with our British and American friends, but a new survey has revealed that Australian business people travelling abroad...

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