Happy humpday. We hope you’re being paid the right wage. 1. WiseTech shares smashed (again) as it blames coronavirus for revenue downgrade Shares in Sydney-based logistics company WiseTech (ASX: WTC) are being smashed today after the company downgraded its revenue and earnings forecasts for the second half of FY2020, blaming coronavirus. The company… Read more »
Ricky Hee and Alex Djojoutomo (l-r, with their eldest children) are turning to crowdfunding to take their bottle-washer to market. Two dads from Perth have tackled one of the time-consuming challenges of infant children, building a better bottle washer they hope will save parents time. Ricky Hee, a management consultant and father of two, and… Read more »
Brisbane’s Audeara has created a full-fidelity headphone that is revolutionising the market by providing a completely personalised listening experience.
ToolMates Hire is the latest platform to make a splash in the P2P lending market, allowing users to do exactly what its name suggests – lend and hire tools.
Sydney-based Wattcost has developed a consumer-friendly IoT device that slaps on a homeowners powerbox and allows them to track their energy usage.
Arludo’s games are focused on teaching students using immersive modern game elements, such as augmented reality, focusing on subjects like biology.
Speaking at Myriad, Allom shed light on how lack of government support and funding opportunities are restricting the emergence of new startups in the space.
The Innovators Club launches Kickstarter Academy workshop to help entrepreneurs learn crowdfunding skills
Looking to help Australian innovators hit their targets is Kickstarter Academy, a new product innovation workshop from Sydney’s The Innovators Club to help designers and entrepreneurs work from an idea to product launch in ten weeks.
Melbourne startup nura has officially broken a record to become the most funded Australian Kickstarter campaign ever. The campaign has reached more than AU$1.2 million in pledges with a total of 4,000 backers with 12 days left to go.
When Hong Kong-based entrepreneurs Chris Place and Will Matters left their well paying jobs in design to ‘build a better lunchbox’ many people thought they were crazy.
Whether it’s playing in it or on it, Australians love water. As tech gets increasingly inventive and sophisticated, we love devices and toys that bring new fun and ease to different water activities even more. One such new toy is the SIPA board, a self-inflating and self-propelling stand up paddle board developed in Slovenia.
With north of 100 million monthly users, Twitch is one of the biggest livestreaming portals in the world, and is perhaps best known for people broadcasting themselves playing video games to the global masses. [Source: VentureBeat]
Airpocket is a new type of carry on bag that has been designed to fit in the back seat pocket on planes. But what may seem like a simple product now, could be a niche technology play says the founder.
A Sydney startup is hoping to take gaming one step further with its new ‘workout’ gaming experience. After six years of development, the company today launched a Kickstarter for its Realm System, aiming to raise $160,000 and get game developers interested in creating for the platform.
Sydney-based entrepreneurs have come up with a solution that addresses both the time-consuming nature of preparing Indian food and the quick but low-quality supermarket alternative.