Australian entrepreneur Andrew Collins has just launched KAWO, a social media management tool that allows companies around the world build and maintain their social media presence in China where channels like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are blocked.
If you’re one who loves to multitask – like chow down on a deliciously greasy baguette while surfing the web – then you’re probably aware of the inconvenience of having to clean up a mayonnaise-covered keyboard after lunch. With the newly launched Leap Touch app for the Leap Motion Controller, you can browse the internet through its unique interface optimised for simple, touch-free gestures.
Australian taxi services app Ingogo today announced an additional $1 million in funding, reaching a total of $3.7 million raised since its launch in 2011. The new investment will be used to expand ingogo into new markets across Australia and internationally.
Bow down before husband and wife team, John and Lisa Winters for not only creating one of the most exciting products of the year, but offering a stylish solution to a common first-world dilemma – dead phone battery!
Guess what? I’m a woman, and not only do I have no technical background, but I’ve been diagnosed with chronic technacy deficit disorder. Also I’ve embarked on mission impossible – learning to code in 10 days.
Digital publishing startup Liquid State has come a long way to launch its first product into the market, and is currently set to become Australia’s “go-to” place for simple, fast, and affordable production and management of digital content.
Apple acolytes are eagerly awaiting the launch of biographical drama film Jobs which chronicles the journey of one of the most influential innovators of our time, Steve Jobs – played by Ashton Kutcher.
Those of us afflicted with first-world problems know exactly how frustrating it is when our phone battery goes flat or we’ve forgotten our earphones at home. But Queensland startup MobileCentral24/7 has developed a simple, yet ground-breaking solution!
After detecting a gap in the marketplace for programs catered towards helping technology-based social enterprises, Australian entrepreneur Omer Khan decided to launch Social Startups.
Remember the film Ted where a little boy’s teddy bear comes to life and becomes his best friend? A Welsh entrepreneur is about to make that happen – well, the teddy won’t be living and breathing, but it’ll certainly be conversing with its owner.
Ever wished attractive men would make derogatory remarks to motivate you to lose weight? Didn’t think so. Nevertheless, there’s an app for that!
There’s a promising new technology in the making that will revolutionise the way we take care of elderly people who are prone to falling down and experiencing serious injury. So let us be the first to introduce to you, the Edisse Watch.
Invitbox, an Australian start-up that has developed the world’s first cloud-based data-extraction solution for paper bills, celebrated its first year anniversary recently with the acquisition of 600 clients in Australia and processing $120 million worth of electronic bills in the first year with its technology.
Everest is an iphone application that is all about encouraging users to achieve their life goals and dreams.