Tag: Tech

  • Instarent set to Disrupt with easy app Solution for Real Estate

    The real estate and property management sector is about to experience some major disruption with the arrival of the first fully integrated property management solution in the form of an app called ‘Instarent’. Instarent is a simple app which features a range of functionalities designed to connect property owners, tenants and tradies directly all in… Read more »

  • How the Oil Industry Can Benefit from IoT Technology

    The following is a guest post written by Kelly Potter of Transcendent In 2010, the Deepwater Horizon oil tragedy struck and took the nation’s attention for months. Two-hundred million gallons of oil spilt, 16,000 miles is the range it spread across the coastline from Florida to Texas, 8,000 animals were killed, and 11 workers were killed due to… Read more »

  • Everyone hates tech people these days. Why?

    There has been countless of times where tech entrepreneurs have come under the spotlight, all for the wrong reasons. Mark Zuckerberg: complicit in everything from facilitating genocide to death for democracy. Jeff Bezos: exploiting warehouse employees while splashing money on space. Elon Musk: where to even begin? Let’s not kid ourselves: a lot of this… Read more »

  • A Non-Techies Guide to Choosing Your Startup CTO

    As a non-technical founder, you’re going to need a Startup CTO in charge of the tech side of your startup. But how on earth do you find them and choose them?! Get some enlightenment on the CTO dilemma right here.

  • SHOUTback- The new darling of Adelaide’s thriving startup scene

    Known for its lush, world-class wine-producing valleys, long pristine beaches and an eclectic Fringe Festival, Adelaide isn’t the first place many of us think of when talking of startup communities, and that’s exactly where you might be going wrong. In the last decade or so, Adelaide has seen a tremendous rise in startup activity, with… Read more »

  • EduTech paves the way to a brighter future for our students

    Classroom teaching methods had remained much the same for centuries; Students would come to class, sit down at a desk facing the front of the room, pull out their books and listen to the teacher’s every word. This is the way it was- a simple, effective way of getting students to learn by listening, and… Read more »

  • Why do so many startups fail?

    Your startup will likely fail. Get used to it. But why do startups fail? The startup world is incredibly volatile and one fraught with many ups and downs, risks and huge losses and gains of potential investment and funding. In an article recently published by FastCompany titled; ‘ Why most venture-backed companies fail’, it was… Read more »

  • 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 »

  • 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 »

  • Canva is Unicorn status after latest funding round

    The graphic design app startup Canva joined the ranks of Uber, Airbnb and fellow Australian startup Atlassian as the latest Unicorn, and is the second tech startup in Australia to join the unicorn rank. A US$ 40 million funding by Sequoia China and existing investors Blackbird Ventures and Felicis Ventures, brought Canva to this level…. Read more »