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Twitter Australia has announced today that Twitter Ads are now available to small and medium sized businesses in Australia.
Although not quite as advanced as StoreDot, which is yet to launch, Discgo Charger is one of the latest innovations in charging devices. It allow users to charge their devices while they move around the office, during a cross-town commute, or even on a long flight.
The stringent tax rules relating to employee share programmes is finally meeting its timely demise, a win for the Australian startup community. The Abbott government has today confirmed that it will introduce a $200 million tax break for employee share schemes, invest $188.5 million into innovation centres, and amend the 457 visa programme, as part of a $400 million industry plan.
It sounds simple – because simplicity is the purpose – but what’s interesting is how scalable ParentPaperwork’s solution is, especially when considering its potential beyond Australia and the education industry.
Ten months after selling 1Form to REA Group for $15 million, Melbourne-based tech entrepreneurs Chris Koch and Chad Stephens are ready to unveil their latest venture Pop!. Their new mobile app allows users to store, manage and control the personal details they give to companies online.
A question I am often asked is: “What technology should I use to build a web application?”. Whether it’s for a new startup or rebuilding an existing platform, the answer always depends on a number of different factors, and which options are most suited to your startup.
Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus have garnered an audience of more than 2 million readers at The Minimalists, where they write about living a meaningful life with less stuff.
The new iPhone models hit the shelves less than a month ago to much fanfare and questionable consumer behaviour. But was it the sales bonanza that Apple was been hoping for?