If politicians represent the people, why is there so much media noise going on about whether to allow same-sex marriages or not? Perhaps because the politicians are not really doing what they purport to do.
- Over two-thirds of Australians support Hillary Clinton - only 15% for Trump.
- One in five Australians expect Trump to secure US presidency.
- Australian men are twice as likely to support Trump than women.
- Top US policy areas are gun control, immigration and the economy.
- Younger Australians most interested in US policy decision-making.
The majority of Australians anticipate a negative or very negative impact on the local economy if Donald Trump wins the US presidential election according to the latest research conducted by leading online research provider, Pureprofile.
As cord-cutting becomes a trend around the world, experts project that streaming video services are poised to dominate the market. Services like Netflix are picking up steam in Australia, but can they catch up with the tried and true providers like Foxtel and free-to-air broadcast television?
We asked more than 1,500 Australians where they stand on wearable technology. While only one in five currently own a wearable technology device, the results they’ve achieved in their personal habits since purchasing wearable tech are undeniable.
When Apple announces a new product, consumers of the world listen. And while it’s only speculation, their live special event scheduled for March 9th is being welcomed with whispers of the Apple Watch. Apple CEO Tim Cook has said that Apple's objective with the watchis to "change the way you live your life."
We asked more than 1,500 Australians how they think the Apple Watch shapes up.
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