The electric vehicle industry could be in for a major shakeup with the development of a unique electric engine which investors claim can generate between two to five times the torque of existing motors of the same size.
NSW Minister for Customer Service Victor Dominello, has signalled there may be future opportunities for the NSW Government to engage agile startup and scaleup businesses, in the revamped digital transformation strategy.
One of the world’s leading change and disruption expert claims the Boards of most Australian corporations are unprepared for the digital age – with some even unable to make the change.
The ride sharing
industry is on the brink of a major revolutionary change with the unveiling of
a new scooter that drives itself to a charging station without a human rider.
It has yet to fully impact Australian markets, but plant-based substitutes to meat continue to make inroads into the hearts, minds and stomachs of millions of Americans.
French defence authorities have gone
deep into the past to safeguard their future by challenging science fiction
writers to dream up life-threatening plots for their army to solve.
About 100 small Australian companies and entrepreneurs are celebrating winning a commercial lottery to get places on a new online local store being trialled by global marketing giant Amazon.
The new Consumer Data Rights legislation is cumbersome and will prevent Australia competing with the US, Europe, Japan and South-East Asia, in the trillion-dollar financial data economy, says international data specialist Julian Ranger.
A ground breaking new unmanned surface vehicle, with the potential to
revolutionise coastal surveillance operations has caught the eye of the Australian
Multi-tasking designer robots have already won
the gold medal for eye-widening technological achievement at the Tokyo Olympics
even though opening ceremony is 12 months away.
The Australian company WordFlow has proved its sophisticated new smart software has the potential to save the world’s internet users trillions of hours – by ending laborious searches for information.
American retailing giant Walmart continues
to lead the way in using artificial intelligence to curtail theft at its
self-service checkouts, but Australian stores are not far behind in using hi
tech devices to stop shoplifting.
Margaret O’Mara’s new book called The Code: Silicon Valley and the
Remaking of America, is an exhaustive account of Silicon Valley’s
evolution into the headquarters of modern technology.
Talk’s not cheap. On the Australian speaking
circuit it comes with a price tag that includes appearance fees , scheduling,
persuasion, persistence and most importantly – timing.
Canada is striving to become one of the most
tech-savvy countries in the fast-developing technological world by enticing
some of the most innovative minds in the world to work there, including
Having become a startling disrupter in the
computer world, Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes has diverted his
attention to the property market and is acquiring a portfolio running into
Having helped pain analysis among Australia’s
non-verbal adults, attention is now focused on unlocking the often mysterious
symptoms of sick children by using a facial recognition device to provide a
The Indian Government has rolled out an
enthusiastic red carpet to its local start-ups by dedicating a television
channel totally to nurturing their projects, offering advice and providing
guidance and mentoring.
A new start-up company is poised to take a
bite out of mounting dental bills with a basic service capped at $99, giving
Australia a chance to raise its declining standards of oral hygiene.
KFC is opening a unique fast food outlet in
Australia as new technology rushes to meet customer expectations of quicker
delivery times and more streamlined service.
An apple a day might keep the doctor away
according to the adage but reducing patronage is not what Apple want from the
multi-million-dollar investment in Australia’s technological future.
Instead of boosting Australia’s defensive strength the
Federal Government’s deal, to build a billion-dollar fleet of submarines, may
be sunk before the first one even hits the water.
The Federal Minister for Communications Paul Fletcher says the rollout
of the National Broadband Network is vital to upgrading the skills of
Australia’s future workforce.
The imminent arrival of 5G, enabling the use
of advanced holographic technology could lead to a 10% reduction in traffic on
Australian roads within 5-years, according to the CEO of Sydney based company Humense.