The evolution of the humble TV Guide seems to have arrived with Gyde – the first mobile, multi-screen consumer app that makes it easier to find a movie to watch across Netflix, iTunes, Hulu, Amazon and other Video on Demand platforms.
After months of field testing, Melbourne-based startup KISA has finally unveiled the KISA phone – a sleek phone built to make mobile communication simple and accessible for elderly Australians and people living with disabilities.
Australia currently holds fourth spot when it comes to investments made into Asia Pacific region startups in 2014.
That record is currently held by Sutherland Shire headquartered Campaign Monitor, founded by David Greiner and Ben Richardson.
The event G’Day Stripe held last night was not only to welcome Stripe to the Australian market, but it was also to launch to application process for the 2015 Startmate intake.
Former Fairfax Digital manager Jack Matthews has joined Rewardle to further exploit today’s technology in the hopes of bringing Australian businesses even closer to market communities. He takes on the Chairman role alongside his own investment into the startup.
For quite some time, the idea of company culture was an illusive fantasy I just couldn’t quite understand.
I knew well enough to know it wasn’t yoga at lunch, or ping-pong at morning tea. But I never really knew what it actually was and why it mattered, until I read a blog post by Ben Horowitz dubbed Programming Your Company Culture.
After witnessing the businesses of good friends crash and burn, Sydney-based entrepreneur and personal trainer David Zeff decided to team up with Jarron Aizen, a veteran in online retail and technology, and create a solution to bring the personal training industry back from the brink.
If you’re a person who enjoys a decent drag out front of the office, Kick.it wants you to keep doing it – just not as much. James Stewart used to smoke twelve to fifteen cigarettes a day says that his app is “almost the complete opposite to what’s on the market at the moment.”