A new startup is due to launch in Perth next month aiming to capitalise on a surge in electric vehicles.
This approach builds on the rapid blending of working from home and in the office.
New South Wales-based logistics software developer WiseTech Global has recruited former iiNet founder Michael Malone to its board.
A $7 million state of the art drill research facility in Perth and a partnership with CRC ORE have been unveiled by Australia’s national science agency in a nod of...
Perth-based online gaming start-up Virtual Gaming Worlds raked in $2.2 billion in revenue and $295 million profit in FY21, financial statements lodged with ASIC this week reveal.
Perth-based online gaming company Virtual Gaming Worlds raked in $2.2 billion in revenue and $295 million profit in FY21, financial statements lodged with ASIC this week reveal.
Balcatta-based internet service provider Pentanet has launched GeForce NOW, a cloud-gaming platform that will provide high-end gaming services to digital devices.
Data centre specialist DXN has secured a $2.5 million contract extension from a cable system developer SUB.CO.
NSW-based challenger telco Swoop is headed back to investors as it seeks to continue its recent spate of acquisitions since listing on the ASX in May.
A driving force behind Curtin Ignition is taking on a new challenge, after the program celebrated its 11th year.
Adelaide-headquartered MaxMine has become the first mining industry representative to join Australia’s recently formed technology council.
Swoop has chalked up yet another successful acquisition following the completion of a $4.2 million deal for Newcastle-based Countrytell.
A hostile takeover of local IT services firm Cirrus Networks has escalated, after Melbourne-based Webcentral Group alleged the target made a number of inaccurate statements that could mislead shareholders.
Work has begun at a 51-hectare site in Neerabup earmarked for an automation and robotic testing precinct, a project supported by the state government and mining research body AMIRA Global.
The board of Cirrus Networks has pleaded with its shareholders to reject what it described as a hostile takeover offer by Webcentral Group, calling on them to “stop the theft”.
Perth technology company HealthEngine has made a key change in its corporate structure, signalling it is moving closer to proceeding with a stockmarket float.
WarpForge, the Perth company developing a hydrogen bus, has filed a defamation action against a former employee.
Former London-based Western Australia agent general Mike Deeks has been appointed group managing director of unmanned underwater technologies company Blue Ocean Monitoring.
Perth-based IT services firm Empired has won a three-year managed services contract from state-owned Horizon Power.
Local IT services firm Empired has won a managed services contract worth at least $9 million from state-owned Horizon Power.
The recent $100 million sale of Agworld is a badge of success for WA tech but also reveals the sector’s limitations.
Spacecubed’s Plus Eight program has picked six local start ups to invest a total of $400,000.
Nuheara has been picked as the 2021 company of the year by the United States’ Consumer Technology Association.
Pitch events may make for great theatre or TV, but perhaps they’re not the best way to assess a startup’s true potential.
Telstra has announced a three-year strategy to expand its 5G coverage and capitalise on major shifts in how its customers live and work.
A new breed of venture capitalist is making a statement in startup funding.
Minderoo Foundation's new marine research laboratory on the doorstep of Ningaloo Reef will examine the impacts of climate change on the world's oceans.
WA-based innovators have been recognised at the national technology awards, including West Perth-based startup Avicena Systems.
DXN has secured $5.6 million in equity and debt, which will in part be used to purchase a data centre in Darwin.
The board of Cirrus Networks has continued to reject an unsolicited takeover proposal from Webcentral Group, after an independent expert deemed the offer unfair and unreasonable.
Supercomputing business DUG Technology has raised funds from a discounted share placement to expand into the military, space and renewable markets.
Paul Everingham has revealed his intention to leave the board of Cirrus Networks if shareholders vote in favour of appointing two directors of unsolicited bidder Webcentral Group.
A basic understanding of coding can have many benefits.
Cost-effective virtual reality in the workplace is becoming … a reality.
A satellite designed and built by Curtin University has launched into space from NASA's Kennedy Space Centre in Florida.
Perth-based Nexxis has developed a unique, spider-like robot designed to inspect hazardous areas and confined spaces in a boost for worker safety.