Blockchain, cryptocurrencies and e-wallets. Wearables such as Google Glass and fitness trackers. Sharing economy platforms. ConstructionTech. Machine learning and artificial intelligence. Bots, smart home devices and self-driving cars. Virtual and augmented reality. Big Data. Internet-connected fridges and other IoT gadgets.
More than 60 percent of voters and ratepayers in the Western Bay of Plenty, Manawatu, and Palmerston North disagree with a proposal by their councils to set up Maori wards, a poll commissioned by equality group Hobson’s Pledge revealed today.
Sydney, January 03, 2018 – Pureprofile Limited (ASX: PPL or the Company) wishes to announce that effective from today, 3 January 2018, Grant Thornton Audit Pty Ltd (Grant Thornton) has been appointed as auditor for the Company.
SYDNEY, 19 December 2017 – Retailers can expect a bumper Christmas shopping season, with 92 per cent of women and 84 per cent of men planning to celebrate Christmas, according to research by global data and insights companyPureprofile.
Almost a third (31 per cent) of Australian adults are either currently self-employed (13 per cent) or are considering becoming so in the future (18 per cent), according to a survey conducted by Pureprofile.