ASX-listed "Internet ventures investment and development firm" Fatfish Internet Group has committed to paying US$1 million for a 51% stake in Singapore-based start-up, APAC Mining.
Managed IT cloud and telecommunications services provider Inabox Group has announced its subsidiary Telcoinabox has signed three new reseller clients within the first two months of FY2018 to add more than $4 million to annualised revenue.
Telstra continues to ramp up its strategic investment and aggressive acquisition strategy, with its latest announcement that it is acquiring MSC Mobility (MSC), a leading provider of Enterprise Mobility solutions in Australia.
The Australian IPO market is a hive of activity, delivering strong gains in May after a big increase in gains of 39.4% in April, according to a new report from mobile app provider for IPOs, OnMarket BookBuilds (OMB).
Cloud provider Maestrano has completed a $4 million capital raising.
Food and beverage ordering platform Ordermentum has completed a $2.5 million financing round, attracting some well-known investors.
Telstra will return $1.5 billion to shareholders in a capital management program using the proceeds from the recent sale of its majority stake in Chinese online car sales business Autohome.
With investments in fintech companies in the Asia Pacific on the rise, Accenture has opened applications for its Asia-Pacific third annual FinTech Innovation Lab program designed to help early and growth stage financial technology companies accelerate product and business development.
There has been strong growth and increased investment in IT by the insurance industry worldwide, with digital channels remaining the top area for investment by insurers.
Australian not-for-profit health fund, HCF, has invested in telehealth start-up GP2U, taking a 15% stake in the business.
Real estate agent comparison site OpenAgent has secured a $6 million investment from Hollard Investments.
Infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders have been urged to give a ‘cloud first’ consideration for every project on a application-by-application basis, as a new survey finds that is currently only the case for a minority of CIOs.
Search giant Google is reportedly teaming up with other investors to plough about $500 million into hardware and software developer Magic Leap, to boost the company's plans for "cinematic reality", if new rumours are to be believed.
Tech powerhouse IBM will spend US$3 billion on semiconductor research and development in the next five years, despite rumours the company is considering selling its chip-manufacturing arm.
Global unified identity services vendor Centrify has raised US$42 million in a funding round, securing investment from mobile technology and network security vendors Samsung and Fortinet, as well as venture capital firm Docomo Capital.
Honeywell has released a major enhancement to its Refinery and Petrochemical Modeling System (RPMS) which it says will improve model building and maintenance, case management, and optimisation to help plants maximise profitability.
Australian start-up email platform provider Atmail has appointed its COO as Chief Executive, with company founder and former CEO Ben Duncan stepping into the Chief Technology Officer’s role.
Tech giant Microsoft has made a modest investment in Foursquare, with the social network announcing a US$15 million injection.
NICTA has spun out Saluda Medical, a company with technology for pain relief via spinal cord stimulation.
Content delivery network operator MetaCDN has attracted $US2.3 million in funding.
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