Covering the fastest growing technology innovators in the Australian Startup scene, with articles on the hottest technology startups and trends in IoT, Blockchain, Fintech, Robotics, SaaS, and A.I.

  • Math Mate is here to help with their new math game app

    A Brisbane University student startup, Math Mate, launched a new math learning app ‘Do Math Good’ to help with high school algebra. This free app is the first app from Math Mate, and they hope to revolutionise the way students learn by using an engaging digital space, The digital space approach is to try and… Read more »

  • Aussie blockchain startup Power Ledger partners with US to set up renewable energy trading projects

    Australian blockchain-based energy company, Power Ledger partnered with US clean energy not-for-profit Helpanswers to bring peer-to-peer renewable energy trading to North America. The partnership will focus on hundreds of potential projects, covering over 50 Megawatt solar and 50 Megawatt Hour energy storage. The projects will begin in top renewable markets like Texas, Chicago to Washington,… Read more »

  • Ready for the payments revolution?

    The advent of digital, mobile and social media has integrated finance into the daily life of the individual in a way it never was before and given the pace of technological, commercial and regulatory change, it is impossible to guess where payments will be in the coming decades. A few broad trends, however, are likely… Read more »

  • CES 2018 is all about VR, Automation, and AI

    The CES 2018 in Las Vegas has always been a six-day gawk-fest and geeky party for the gadget man in all of us. This year 3,900 exhibitors crowded the convention centre. 184,000 visitors, minor flooding, and a bit of a chaotic blackout later, we can take stock of some of the key trends emerging from the… Read more »

  • You can now spend your cryptocurrency at Brisbane airport

    Brisbane Airport (BNE) is partnering with TravelbyBit to launch the world-first digital currency airport terminal. TravelbyBit is a Brisbane tech startup designing tourist routes and provide selected providers with their very own point-of-sale digital currency payment platform. With that, now you can use your cryptocurrencies for your shopping at individual retailers, such as Botanist, Spoon,… Read more »

  • Tech startup Divvito will revolutionise co-parenting communication

    Co-parenting communication is getting a tech upgrade thanks to tech startup Divvito. “Are you eager to improve communication with your ex?” The Brisbane based startup is launching a messaging app on January 23 that aims to reduce frustrations when it comes to co-parenting communication after separation and divorce. CEO and Co-Founder Wendy Oxenham founded the… Read more »

  • Two fintech hubs to pop up in Melbourne

    Two new fintech hubs will be launched to support local startups, attract investment and create jobs in this growing global industry. Melbourne is clearly stepping up their startup scene. Stone & Chalk and York Butter Factory, now known as YBF Ventures, are chosen by the Labour government to help grow the fintech sector. The fintech… Read more »

  • ‘Smart Farms’ are a thing now all thanks to Monash X Bosch collaboration

    Monash University and Bosch Australia are teaming up create a first of its kind Ag tech facility. With the vision to innovate new smart farming techniques, the Melbourne based facility will house a prototypical ‘smart farm’ for research and collaborative work with industry members. So what goes into this ‘smart farm’? The space will include… Read more »

  • HealthEngine pretty much ‘slayed’ 2017

    The HealthEngine Story Perth startup HealthEngine is having a pretty great year, amidst 2017 being quite a drag. Australia’s largest online healthcare marketplace just announced that 2017 is a landmark year for them. HealthEngine raised AU$26.7 million in a series C funding round early this year, joining the ranks as one of the ten biggest… Read more »

  • You can finally stop saying ‘we were promised flying cars’

    This is PSA to all those complaining where the hell is my flying car on Twitter, believing that was our prophecy set by Hollywood movies. Today, Australian aeronautical startup Alauda just revealed the Alauda Mark 1 Airspeeder, Australia’s first flying racing car. This project was birthed from two years of secret development behind closed… Read more »