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Displaying items by tag: Lifestyle

Connectivity is spurring South Australia's start-up culture, with new research by demographer Bernard Salt pointing to entrepreneurialism booming "as local business embrace the service economy".

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 05 November 2015 13:04

Foxtel to Roxtel and Boxtel in 2016

From Mick Jagger’s new HBO series Vinyl, through to binge viewing on the Box Sets channel and plenty more, Foxtel says its ready to rock in 2016.

Published in Entertainment

NBN, the former NBN Co and the company behind Australia’s National Broadband Network, is once again beating the drum on the dramatic changes in Aussie lifestyles that will emerge with the future ‘super-connected’ Australia.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

New Zealanders are in the midst of a "transformational change" in how they use the Internet, according to new figures which show that more Kiwis than ever are shifting to higher data or unlimited broadband plans and enjoying online entertainment.

Published in Entertainment

Technology and the all-consuming Internet is having a massive influence on the lifestyle of all Australians and, if a new research report from NBN is any guide, we’re likely to see even greater lifestyle transformation in the future with the next generation re-arranging the traditional work-rest-play model to better suit their lifestyle needs.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Lifestyle applications such as dating and navigation, and eBooks, are slated to become the highest growth area for the global app market over the next five years, but still trailing games which continue to account for the largest share of revenues.

Published in Apps
Wednesday, 19 March 2014 10:02

Is Wonder PL the next video success story?

A new curated online video platform for lifestyle content, dubbed Wonder PL, has the likes of YouTube and and Vimeo firmly in its sights.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 19 March 2012 06:14

Its Summertime - How Safe Are Your Valuables?

Crimes generally increase in the summer months once schools are let out, notably residential burglaries.Homes and businesses without a security system are believed to be 2-3 time more likely to be targeted. Auckland security firm, Fortress Security can attest that most incidents occur during the hours of darkness and usually to premises which have an absence of a security system.

Wednesday, 22 September 2010 17:11

Tread lightly with new iPhone app

Whether you are an elite athlete, a casual runner, or just enjoy going for a walk to keep fit, a new Apple iPhone Application called Fun Run Trainer may change the way you use a treadmill forever.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 06 October 2009 20:33

How to measure Happy Planet living

The New Economics Foundation says that people can be happy without sacrificing their economic well-being. The Happy Planet Index shows that people can live long and happy lives without degrading their country’s natural resources. The people of Costa Rica are a fine example!

Published in Health
Saturday, 03 October 2009 18:05

Half of 2009 newborns will live 100 years or more

According to a Danish study, over half of the babies born since the year 2000 within developed countries, such as the United States, Canada, Japan, and countries of Western Europe, should live to be centenarians.

Published in Health
Monday, 12 January 2009 16:14

Creative Labs changing business model

Creative Labs Pty Ltd, the Australian subsidiary of digital entertainment vendor Creative Technology Ltd is changing its business model and quitting Australia.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 14 November 2008 14:17

Australians dramatically reduce online spending

The global economic tsunami has bitten deeply into the hip pockets of Australian consumers with a new survey claiming that 35% have reduced their online spending. What's more the indications are that online spending is likely to decrease further over the next six months.

Published in Market
Sunday, 02 November 2008 20:51

Be conscientious, and live longer!

According to twenty studies combined into one large California study, the more conscientious a person is, the longer they live. So, if you are lazy, you could be headed for an early grave.

Published in Health
Monday, 23 June 2008 23:25

Perth man selling entire life on eBay

Ian Usher has not coped brilliantly with the ending of his 8 year marriage. In fact, as everything seems to remind him of his failed relationship he has decided to do something about it: sell his entire life on eBay.

Published in Networking




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