A recent survey on ABC News showed that Australian business people have expressed an overall reluctance to do business in Indonesia. It was considered the fourth most challenging market for exporters....
The BBC has just started using the popular messaging app Line to share news.
Around A$3 million (US$2.7 million) of that will be going straight into the business, with the rest going to other channels such as outgoing shareholders.
Here are the official, unlocked prices for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, and Singapore.
China-based personal drone maker XAircraft today announced a US$20 million series A funding round led by Chengwei Capital.
Wargaming Asia, publisher of free-to-play tank combat simulator World of Tanks, has just announced a contest to send one player and a guest to PAX Australia.
August is almost over, but not before our monthly Australia startup news round-up pops up.
BitX wants to push Bitcoin into emerging markets through its wallet, exchange, merchant integration, and API.
Hong Kong’s Bigcolors acquires Melbourne’s Get Viable as it gradually morphs into a seed fund for Asia
The crowdinvesting site has bought up a Melbourne-based startup that teaches founders how to think before they build.
Music streaming service Guvera is taking the fight to Spotify in a bunch of Southeast Asian countries.
Brian Lim was destined by the system as a bottom feeder in Singapore. But now, he is kickstarting Australia's space industry.
The team’s mission is to enable shoppers to be able to buy items that are either unavailable in their country, or are far more expensive even if they are available.
“We think it’s a ridiculous accusation,” says one of the guys behind Oi, which is made by an Australian startup.
July is close to wrapping up, so here are the best bits from Australia's startup scene this month.
Canva revealed today that it’s grown to 600,000 registered users and now has US$3.6 million in fresh funds to help it grow.
Fatfish calls itself an "internet ventures accelerator". It acts as a strategic investor in companies by providing funding, network, and resources to increase the growth of their businesses.
Natali Ardianto used to be bad with people. But you would never guess it from the way he carries himself today. The loquacious, well-groomed co-founder and CTO of Tiket.com thinks back to his days at ...