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These two startups are bringing accessibility to email via an app that reads emails...
Hear Mail reads text aloud, enabling users to check their inboxes hands-free. The app also allows users to skip from a current email to the next, or delete spam at any point along the way.
Australian fashion ecommerce retailer theurge.com is launching in America and the UK this spring
theurge.com, an Australian-based technology company making it easy to “Shop the World,” recently announced it will launch in America, the UK, and across the globe this Spring.
Matching guru Hugh Williams teams up with Expert360 to develop the on-demand project matching...
Expert360, APACs leading freelance marketplace and management platform for professionals, this week announced that Hugh Williams, formerly a Product and Engineering leader...
How customer reviews can be used to grow and adapt a business
With more and more e-commerce sites appearing, customers are turning to reviews to determine where to take their business and as a result, review...
How do you grow your business online? An expert gives a few pointers
In 2008, I founded and launched a website (DesignCrowd.com) with a laptop, $10,000 in savings and 3 credit cards.
This Melbourne based immersive tech studio created an AR social experience to complement a...
Melbourne-based immersive technology studio, PHORIA, recently announced the launch of REWILD Our Planet, which uses persistent and social Augmented Reality (AR).
Expert360 secures a $13 million Series B round to shake up the consulting industry
The Series B investment will enable Expert360 to carve out a bigger slice of the $600B global consulting industry by offering a host of new features and functionality for both clients and consultants, as well as continued international expansion.
This is the key marketing tool that shrewd companies are focusing on in 2017
And when the move towards data-driven marketing is inexorable, it’s those who have hesitated to leverage data-driven practices that are getting left behind.
Here is a new strategy for fighting cyber crime: own the routers, own the...
Exploiting a router in place costs ways less than intercepting a shipping truck in the middle of the night and is much more scalable. Attackers can now own the entire Internet.
Digital and social marketing basics: Why knowing your audience is very important
We are afforded endless opportunities to listen to our customers, to really hear their needs and wants and engage them with content that solves their problems, speaks to them and helps to build an emotional connection.
A teenager taught himself how to build a rapping AI using Kanye West lyrics...
A 17-year-old who stresses that he’s growing up on a rural farm in West Virginia away from anything resembling a tech hub, Barrat taught himself how to code and build AI programs using entirely open-source software.
Why trade marks matter and five questions you should ask yourself about them
Because a good trade mark can be what sets a business apart from its competition, making it easy for customers to find and remember.
These two tech start-ups have partnered to change recruitment as we know it today
By automating the candidate referencing process within the existing cloud-based Expr3ss! platform, Xref is also protecting our customers against fraud and breaches in privacy.
This customer service start-up from Melbourne is getting major buzz in the US
Testing and real-time monitoring might sound like basic things every organisation is already doing, but this is not the case, and our mission is to educate the market.
The ‘Twitter of voice’ looking to capitalise on the growing era of voice with...
Israeli startup HearMeOut is taking on the likes of Google and Apple in a bid to capitalise an emerging demand for voice tech, listing on the ASX ahead of its planned launch in the US next year.
Will we soon see the MBA be replaced by a Master of Fine Arts...
Today’s successful engineer should be driven by business and technical knowledge together with art. We are living in a transition time and this time calls for new models, a new management mindset and new management tools.
Don’t be misled, start-ups will create the jobs of the future – we need...
The evidence supports the idea that startup job creation is more than just wishful thinking by the startup community, or jockeying for political position by our government ministers.
The next evolution of the cloud will see businesses say goodbye to their servers
The main benefit of a private cloud is the provision of shared IT resources across multiple applications and/or locations, which contribute directly to increased productivity and bottom line cost benefits.
Brisbane’s newest home for innovation has opened its doors to up to 200 start-ups
More than 200 start-ups will be based at The Capital, with many more businesses to be supported through events and industry programs that will run out of the facility.
Guess who’s coming for your job – will humans go the way of horses...
The idea that smart software will eventually begin to eat any job that consists primarily of tasks that are predicable requires only a fairly simple extrapolation that technology will only get better and better.