Did WTC create the O.G. NFT? A one-of-a-kind album by the hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan, which was once owned by notorious “pharma bro” Martin Shkreli was finally sold Tuesday by the U.S. government, more than three years after Shkreli forfeited the album as part of his conviction for securities fraud.

It's time to prepare for the supply chain oft he future.

The growing need for more integrated, resilient and sustainable supply chain networks calls for innovative supply chain technologies to help manage macro shifts. All chief supply chain officers (CSCOs) must deal with one main theme in the upcoming years: managing and overcoming macro shifts — whether it’s increased digitalization and

Sydney company Baraja has fulfilled its founders’ dreams by inking a deal to industrialise an idea first developed over a quiet beer in 2015.  Baraja will team with Swedish automotive technology specialist Veoneer to bring their breakthrough Spectrum-Scan™ LiDAR technology to autonomous vehicles.  LiDAR is short for Light Detection and Ranging. The

The battle against greenhouse gas is about to take another step forward in South Australia. Plans have been unveiled this week to build a new processing facility 200klms north of Adelaide, designed to create a seaweed-based feed supplement for cows which will reduce their methane production by 90 per cent.

There was a little blip of a transaction last week which might go unnoticed by many, but may just herald a shift in momentum for where marketing dollars will be best spent in our futures. Last week, another great Aussie success story was acquired by a global behemoth when ad-serving

Motorola Solutions and communications partner Central Radio Services have deployed a new digital radio system, bringing safety and efficiency to New Zealand’s City Forests.  City Forests, in New Zealand’s Otago region, hosts 23,730 hectares of forest and seven million hectares of trees, requiring safe and secure communication solutions for workers

Get ready for a heap of sour looks and emotional mood swings — Twitter has just turned 15. July 15, 2006, saw the birth of Twitter. It started as a side project by Odeo, a directory and search destination web site for RSS-syndicated audio and video — the early days

  Innovation and cybersecurity have, for some time been seen in opposition. However, according to Samuel Stuart, Director of Digital Identity at Mastercard, organisations must couple cybersecurity with innovation, in order to bring the issue front of mind. CyberArk’s recent senior executive panel event explored the ways that organisations can

Earlier this week, New Zealand media start up Spalk announced it had raised US$3m of capital in a round led by prominent sporting identities such as the Greg Norman Company, New Zealand born NBA star Steven Adams and Formula E driver Mitch Evans. The round also included traditional investment houses

Implementing new technologies to generate meaningful change in a business depends on accountability. So says Michael Evans, Vice President ANZ at Pega. According to Evans, accountability comes in three forms: integration, innovation adoption, and governance. “Accountability is important in ensuring businesses are able to successfully integrate new technologies that help