Australian employees are working longer hours, feeling more pressure to be ‘always on’ and are more likely to switch jobs than most global regions, according to new research from Adobe.
49% of gen Z and millennials aged 18-39 have stalked their ex or partners online, according to a study by software company NortonLifeLock. Due to the depiction of stalking in TV shows and pop culture, 22% of Australians believe it is harmless to stalk, and younger generation agrees with this behaviour.
Biometric authentication is key to future payments in Australia, according to a new survey which reveals that nearly a fifth - or 17% - of Aussies are interested in using a microchip in their hands to make payments easier.
Nearly 2.5 million Australians are using the social media app TikTok, an app that the Americans want to ban but which Australia has no problem with, the research firm Roy Morgan says, adding that this number means the addition of more than 850,000 users in the first half of 2020.
In the 12 months to January 2019, more than 1.5 million Australians used one of the latest "buy-now, pay-later" digital payment methods, with millennials making up the biggest share, according to a newly published report.
Australians are expected to spend $10.7 billion this Christmas, an average of $573 each, according to a new survey which reveals that millennials — or those between the ages of 22 and 36 in 2018 — will be some of the more generous spenders, splurging far more on gifts than the national average.
Britons are breaking their mobile devices in ways that we in Australia, people in the US and those around the world are likely doing in the exact same "loo-dicrous" ways.
A third (35%) of Aussies have used Internet and online dating apps, with the number using the apps rising to half among millennials.
Facebook, Netflix and Instagram achieved the highest positive Word of Mouth Scores in Australia in the latest YouGov brand index.
Commuting consumers have taken to streaming their favourite entertainment and TV shows to a new height, with 64% using their smartphones and mobile devices for streaming, according to a new report which reveals that even the toilet is not out of bounds for these streaming "on the go" junkies.
Online video consumption around the world is increasing rapidly with the average global viewer watching video over the Internet for five hours and 45 minutes each week and subscribing to one or more video on-demand services.
Millennials pose the greatest risk to sensitive and confidential data in the workplace, according to a new study which found that nearly three quarters (71%) of Australian security, IT and business professionals consider the growing number of millennials to be an increasing risk to the IT infrastructure.
Millennials, a.k.a. Gen Y, Net Generation, or Generation Now. Regardless of what you call them the infamous millennial characteristics are trying the patience of enterprise network security.
More than 65 National Australia Bank and Telstra graduate employees aged 18-34 are taking part in a two-day challenge, creating their own technology solutions they think would help them make financially sound decisions.
Australian shoppers aged between 25 and 34 are leading the world in embracing online shopping, with 96% of these so-called millennials driving the online shopping boom, although older generation Aussies are not far behind.
Landlines are fading into history as the world goes mobile, with a newly released research report showing that just 16% of Australian households use their landline on a daily basis and more than a third — 34% — never use a landline or don’t have one connected.
A new global study by Sage looks at how "the motivations and personas of young entrepreneurs" and uncovers five workplace personality types among other fascinating findings.
A survey of 4000 adults in the UK and the US has found that older people, the so-called baby boomers, are more inclined to use stronger passwords that cannot be cracked easily.
Millennials – born from 1981 and replaced by Gen X in the mid-late 1990s – are the first generation of tech savvy users that grew up with the internet using smartphones and tablets.
Millennials – those under 35 years young – appear not to have a problem sharing intimate information online, either in return for so-called free services, on social media, or just because they don’t know any better.
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