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Here’s how two local Welsh lads made brewing history (Paid Content by The UK's Department For International Trade)

Here’s how two local Welsh lads made brewing history (Paid Content by The UK's Department For International Trade) Speaking to Mashable, co-founder Bradley Cummings shared more on Tiny Rebel’s beginnings.“We wanted Tiny Rebel to represent us and things that we were interested in growing up - urban culture, 90's music, being a bit rebellious and not taking ourselves too seriously.

Get schooled online by celebrities like Steve Martin, Shonda Rhimes

Get schooled online by celebrities like Steve Martin, Shonda Rhimes The online education site MasterClass is all about finding your inner genius by learning from experts in their fields, even if it is only online.While it's not offering extensive coding lectures like Khan Academy, MasterClass has upped their online class offerings with 12 different celebrities in the past year.

This startup wants you to bid for your next apartment Lord of the Flies-style

This startup wants you to bid for your next apartment Lord of the Flies-style Alex Lubinsky, the CEO of the Californian company Rentberry, is aggressively confident about the usefulness of his product.If the landlord accepts, the tenant then pays Rentberry A$25, although the company has floated changing that to a percentage model.

These American tech companies are heading south to list. But why?

These American tech companies are heading south to list. But why? startup eyeing the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) as a venue to publicly list, rather than looking for venture capital at home.There's fellow drone tech company Droneshield, which listed in 2016, as well as the troubled HR software startup, 1-Page in 2014.

This startup wants to build a nano satellite fleet for the internet of things

This startup wants to build a nano satellite fleet for the internet of things An Australian startup wants its nano satellites to help form the backbone of the internet of things.8 million) Series A funding round Tuesday, to help build its satellite constellation.

A startup will bring Gucci to your door in 90 minutes (for some reason)

A startup will bring Gucci to your door in 90 minutes (for some reason) Thanks to a partnership with London-based fashion technology company Farfetch, you can soon get Gucci clothing and accessories whisked to your door within 90 minutes.The Gucci collaboration with Farfetch comes as competition heats up in online luxury.

Here's why India's Silicon Valley is losing its edge

Here's why India's Silicon Valley is losing its edge Hot new Asian hubs, Beijing, Shanghai and Singapore, have surpassed it, according to Startup Genome's startup ecosystem report.So what's causing the decline and what can be done to stop Bangalore from losing its edge?

These five trends are shaping technology development in Australia

These five trends are shaping technology development in Australia Four out of five Australian executives agree that technology development is no longer a linear process, but is happening exponentially.In the Accenture Technology Vision 2017, the overriding message is that as technology becomes more sophisticated, it’s not the technology itself that’s driving change – it’s us.

India's attempt to go cashless is turning food vouchers digital

India's attempt to go cashless is turning food vouchers digital Last month India's federal bank mandated that even meal vouchers that corporate houses provide their employees must go digital by the end of 2017.And cashing in on this opportunity is Paytm, India's largest mobile wallet with 200 million users.

This brilliant nonprofit helps women in eating disorder recovery get a free new wardrobe

This brilliant nonprofit helps women in eating disorder recovery get a free new wardrobe A new nonprofit is helping women tackle one of the most common but often overlooked challenges during eating disorder recovery: building a new wardrobe.will experience a clinically significant eating disorder at some time in their life.

'We’re close' —BBG Ventures President Susan Lyne on the future of women-led startups

'We’re close' —BBG Ventures President Susan Lyne on the future of women-led startups We’re halfway through the week, and it’s time for a boost of inspiration to keep us going.Susan is the President of BBG Ventures, an early stage fund focused on consumer internet and mobile startups with at least one female founder.

This coding startup trains autistic people to take on the tech industry

This coding startup trains autistic people to take on the tech industry And it's all thanks to a new program for autistic people, by autistic people.A new startup called Coding Autism, which launched earlier this month, is developing a school in Los Angeles to teach autistic people coding, web development, and software engineering skills.

Atlassian co-founder wasn't about to let this politician 'troll' him on TV

Atlassian co-founder wasn't about to let this politician 'troll' him on TV And co-founder and co-CEO of Australian startup Atlassian had to issue a Twitter-blow to the nation's immigration minister on Wednesday night, after the politician started running his mouth off.But because he's up there with Elon Musk when it comes to Twitter shade (that's why they love some banter), Cannon-Brookes didn't stop there.

Skrillex tweeted a video of himself getting handcuffed to Elon Musk. Cool!

Skrillex tweeted a video of himself getting handcuffed to Elon Musk. Cool! Sometimes, it's best just to lay down the facts.A fan who may or may not have been enjoying frozen yogurt identified him as Sonny Moore to the officer and caught the whole thing on Snapchat, adding a soundtrack of Skillex's collaboration with A$AP Rocky, "Wild for the Night.

Nigel Barker breaks down the benefits of inclusive marketing in business

Nigel Barker breaks down the benefits of inclusive marketing in business There have been a handful of brands over the past several months who have tried to take a stab at inclusive marketing, but to their dismay, their message was not received by the masses in the way they had hoped (looking at you, Pepsi).However, when executed correctly, inclusive marketing has the potential to make serious impacts for any business of any size.

Learn how to open a brain up with this eerily realistic surgical simulator

Learn how to open a brain up with this eerily realistic surgical simulator Traditionally, young surgeons don't really get any trial and error sessions before they step into the operating room.It's kind of like learning to fly a plane without using the flight simulator.

UberEATS starts serving in India, its fourth Asian market

UberEATS starts serving in India, its fourth Asian market Interestingly, Uber's local rival Ola had started a similar service, Ola Cafe, in 2015 and shut it down a year later after reportedly failing to expand its network of restaurants.Consumers will be able to order through the UberEATS app every day of the week, round the clock, as long as the partner restaurants are operational.

Uber is now facing a criminal investigation, report says

Uber is now facing a criminal investigation, report says As if its months-long PR nightmare wasn't bad enough, the company is reportedly now the subject of a criminal investigation.Department of Justice is investigating the company for its use of a controversial software program known as "Greyball," Reuters reported Thursday.

Mark Zuckerberg-backed edutech startup is now a Harvard case study

Mark Zuckerberg-backed edutech startup is now a Harvard case study Education technology startup Byju's, backed by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI), is now a Harvard case study.It is only the fourth Indian startup to make it to the haloed Harvard Business Publishing platform, after Flipkart (India's largest online retailer), Paytm (India's biggest mobile wallet) and GOQii (India's leading health and fitness startup).