Uber is under the ATO's watch on its tax affairs.
Public service departments "too nervous" to innovate, say start-ups.
Forget singing or acting your way to riches. Tech entrepreneurs dominate the list of Australia's young and wealthy.
It may take only one hot tech firm float to flop badly and 2017 could be the year the dotcom bubble 2.0 finally goes pop.
Lower taxes on patented inventions, extended patent protections and pooled intellectual property by universities are among a raft of proposals put forward to give the biotechnology sector the chance to catch up globally
China's tech industry giants are ploughing hundreds of millions of dollars into what they're betting will be the country's next big internet craze - 'Uber for bikes'.
To keep the US government at arm's length, it helps to get close to it first. No wonder tech giants like Facebook, Google and Uber have embedded themselves in Washington.
Australia's telecommunications sector finally got back what it does best this week - sledging each other in public over
Ice cream, custard, even cheese - an Australian inventor has found a way to make the humble potato the ultimate superfood.
Feel free to check your email while driving this car. Or maybe you'd prefer to make a video call, or just relax and take in the scenery.
Consumers will have to pay more to use the NBN in coming years unless the government-owned company lowers speed prices, telcos are warning.
The new world of innovation runs on the belief that 'if it's worth doing, it's worth doing badly'.
When I first heard Elon Musk had asked his audience if they were willing to die in a great endeavour, I assumed he was speaking to shareholders.
Samsung's disastrous launch of its latest smartphone is a symptom the family controlled company's structure, according to a leading figuring in South Korea's start-up scene.
SpaceX is developing an interplanetary rocket and capsule to transport large numbers of people and cargo to Mars with the ultimate goal of colonising the planet, company chief and tech billionaire Elon Musk said.
Musk's keynote address, entitled 'Making Humans a Multiplanetary Species,' will tackle the technical challenges and "potential architectures for colonizing the Red Planet,"
During eight years on the share market, TPG has been the reliable goose that laid the golden egg. But this week, TPG's share price started tumbling.
Airbnb has raised at least $US555 million in new funds, valuing the company at some $US30 billion.
Idea theft is happening even when confidentiality agreements, design registrations and patents are in place.
A "business generation lab" takes aspiring entrepreneurs from the idea stage through to a graceful exit, preferably with a fat cheque. But first, there's Survivor with spreadsheets.
A small payment from one banker to another is part of a massive change in the way money moves around the world.
A software engineering PhD student has created the 'Uber' of unused data.
Few things motivate Samsung employees like the opportunity to take advantage of weakness at Apple Inc.
What if the world's richest gave their money to start-ups? How many businesses could be created? Quite a lot, according to the 2016 Robin Hood Index.
Yes, people did queue outside Apple stores around the world to get their hands on the latest iPhones. But it was a far cry from previous launches.
Apple fans from Sydney to Shanghai cheered as they left stores on Friday, but crowds were smaller than in past years.
Someday neither I nor anybody else will sit in the driver's seat of a car again.
The iPhone 7 Plus has sold out globally with fans unable to buy the device in-store Friday.
Tesla Motors has sued a man it said was the chief financial officer of a firm that works for the oil industry, accusing him of trying to impersonate Elon Musk in an email to get non-public data about the car maker.
Local manufacturing businesses are embracing new technologies such as requiring factory staff to use wearable devices to monitor fatigue, helping to prevent workplace accidents.