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The CSIRO founded deep tech investment fund Main Sequence has completed a capital raising of $250 milion for its second fund to help it continue its mission aimed at solving the world’s biggest problems in health, food, space, and industrial productivity, by turning science and research into breakthrough companies.

Published in Strategy

Australian agtech firm DIT Technologies has raised $267,000 in the first week of its equity crowdfunding campaign, with both investors and locals putting in their money.

Published in Biology

Food and agricultural technology start-ups from around the world will come together in Sydney in September at SparkLabs Cultiv8, the startup food and agtech accelerator.

Published in Strategy

The world’s largest food manufacturer, Nestlé, has embedded SAS analytics into key processes to help sense consumer demand more accurately and reliably across the globe.

Published in Data

There's no "deliportation" yet that allows deliveries between countries instantly via Star Trek technology, but Deliveroo's move into Taiwan continues the company's APAC and global expansion.

Published in Development

Let's be frank, if you can improve your algorithms, you can presumably improve your service, with Deliveroo stating Australia is now its most efficient market worldwide thanks to Frank.

Published in Home Tech

TripAdvisor, which now lets you compare hotel room prices, is also bringing the Deliveroo food ordering platform into its desktop site, mobile Web and app, presumably to make more money.

Published in Home Tech

Uber has launched UberEATS Sydney "in collaboration with over 100 of Sydney’s best local restaurants" letting you choose from hundreds of dishes and have them delivered.

Published in Apps

A claimed world-first app called ‘AisleOne’ gives an endless aisle of Australian food and groceries to shop from online, launching on iPads.

Published in Home Tech

The cost of mobile phone and Internet charges are a big concern for many Australians, with charges for the services putting increased pressure on household budgets.

Published in Home Tech

Snapchat is the modern messaging service sometimes used for sexy selfies and now for tantalisingly tasty tacos designed to titillate your tastebuds.

Published in Apps

Virgin Mobile Australia announced today it would be targetting one of Australia’s most popular mobile behaviours – taking pictures of meals and sharing them via social media – and make it better by turning those pictures into real meals for those in need, together with OzHarvest, in an initiative dubbed #mealforameal.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 07 July 2014 15:51

Liquorun still hungry for growth

Melbourne-based startup Liquorun, described as one of Australia’s fastest growing delivery services, has announced an expansion that will see it deliver to all of Inner Melbourne, and will now include boutique fast food options.

Published in Strategy
Sunday, 06 April 2014 23:33

Russia says no, no to GMO and steroids

While the argument rages between the US, the EU and their powerful adversary to the east over Crimea and Ukraine, Russia has just closed its doors on the bulk of the US and Western seed producers by saying no to the import of genetically modified farm products. Russia has also just announced a ban on Australian beef saying it contained steroid growth hormones.

Published in Health

3D printed pasta could soon be headed to your plate if a collaboration between Italian pasta-maker Barilla and Dutch research organisation TNO is a success.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 18 November 2013 16:22

McDonalds launches new McApp in WA

McDonalds today launched its new My Macca’s app in Western Australia that will allow customers to order food from their smartphones or tablets ahead of visiting a restaurant.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 25 June 2013 12:18

Domino's revamps online ordering, drops Flash

Domino's new online ordering system is part of a plan to push online sales to 80% of the total.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 28 March 2012 15:18

iPads save time for sales reps at Craig Mostyn

A leading food company has achieved measurable benefits by replacing its sales staff's ageing PDAs with iPads.

That's just great! A credit card company, a cinema chain, and one of the big four banks have just legitimised the use of smartphones in cinemas.

Published in Core Dump

Cadac Organice supports in a uniform working method and improves collaboration with external partners

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