Interview

Relationships technology dependant – eHarmony

Just 10 years ago using the web to help your seek out your soul mate may have seemed more of a novelty than a serious pursuit, but according to a 2013 survey by eHarmony, technology now plays a big part in relationships. Recently I spoke with Dr.Gian Gonzaga, Senior Director of Research and Development from eHarmony about how online dating[Read More…]

CES reveals Bigger, curvier screens for 2014

CES reveals Bigger, curvier screens for 2014

The 2014 Consumer Electronics show has kicked off in Las Vegas this week with electronics companies from around the globe unveiling their upcoming products for the next 12 months. At the end of the first ‘press day’ I spoke to Stephen Fenech, editor of Techguide.com.au about some of the trends that are already emerging from the show,  which seems to[Read More…]

Buying and selling online: eBay vs Gumtree

Buying and selling online: eBay vs Gumtree

Online classifieds website Gumtree.com.au is actually owned by eBay, so what’s the difference and when does Gumtree work better than eBay? This week I spoke with Niki from Gumtree about how the site works. Listen below.

Online shopping puts pressure on Christmas deliveries

As Christmas approaches the postie is feeling the pressure and it’s all thanks to the massive growth in online shopping. New research from PayPal Australia reveals that over 70 percent of Australians are expecting up to 6 packages to be delivered to them leading up to this Christmas. I caught up with Adrian Christie from PayPal Australia to talk about[Read More…]

Mobile payments on the rise

Online shopping and payments are big business.  According to a new industry report report from PayPal the online retail market has grown 11 percent year on year since 2010 and mobile payments have grown by more than 5000 percent. The driving force behind these figures is the development of technology that enables retailers to operate online while taking advantages of[Read More…]