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RMIT University is set to roll out new coding courses taught through Apple’s App Development with Swift curriculum, the first Australian institution to do so.
The NSW Government has launched the Tech Savvy Elders Roadshow, offering Aboriginal seniors across regional NSW the opportunity to develop their digital literacy.
Transfervans has launched in Australia to allow users to arrange the delivery of bulky items from stores, or the pick up and delivery of items for a move.
Looking to take on-demand laundry mainstream is New Zealand-born Laundromap, which recently launched in Perth and Sydney.
ANZ has announced the appointment of Ron Spector as its managing director of New Business, Emerging Technology and Ventures.
ASIC has announced a deal with the China Securities Regulatory Commission to promote innovation in financial services in their respective markets.
Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate said the Mobike bikes will be rolled out strategically in time for the 2018 Commonwealth Games
Australian startup Venue Insider provides venue listings complete with virtual tours to help event planners go about their work quicker.
Startup advocacy body StartupAUS has added four names to its board as it looks to “build a world-class startup sector” in Australia ahead of the launch of its 2017 Crossroads report next month.
For shadow minister for the digital economy, Ed Husic the biggest moonshot for Australia “is to actually have moonshots”.
OK RDY is a matching platform connecting students with professionals and companies for mentorship and skilled volunteer opportunities.
Fintech app Finch has raised $2.25 million in seed funding to grow out its team, further its product development, and accelerate customer acquisition.
With the HCF Catalyst accelerator program now opening applications for its third year, we looked at what the team is looking for in applicants.
Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, and National Australia Bank are launching a payments app to enable instant payments for consumers and businesses.
CSIRO’s $200 million Innovation Fund, managed by Main Sequence Ventures, has made investments into companies Q-Ctrl, Intersective, Morse Micro, and Maxwell MRI.