Parents slam video sharing sites for inappropriate content

Half of parents in the UK have criticised video sharing platforms, including Snapchat and Youtube, for failing to prevent children from accessing distressing, violent or adult-only content.  A survey of 1,500 UK parents, conducted by AgeChecked, found that 58% of parents believe that video sharing sites and apps aren’t doing enough to keep young people safe.…

WebVR: Dive into Virtual Reality

Virtual reality has been expanding rapidly ever since it has come to the web. VR applications  are not only limited to games that you can play by wearing a VR headset. Education, healthcare, real estate, and other industries use VR technology as well. In 2020, learning what virtual reality is and how you can apply…

Bosses encourage remote working as safety measures introduced

British businesses are set to encourage more remote working in future – with nearly half of bosses believing it will save them money. A poll of 1,000 employers in the UK found that, prior to lockdown, just 45 per cent were comfortable with staff working away from the office. But seven in 10 are now…

1 in 4 home workers doing job from bed

A quarter of home workers — more than four million employees — are doing their job from bed or in their nightwear, and 40% have worked from the sofa Two thirds of workers say they are just as productive or even more so, but nearly half find it hard to juggle working with home-schooling their…

How To Create A Path Towards The Future In Business

In business, you must be well aware of the new technology sweeping across the planet that could benefit your own business. If you are interested in being in the modern world, then you will probably want to learn a little more about QR codes. They have been around for sometime and they were made popular…

EE Mobile report shows rise of data use in suburbs during lockdown

EE has released its Mobile Network data report from February to May 2020, tracking the changing trends and habits of the UK’s most used apps and services throughout lockdown. What it found was that in the UK, EE’s network saw a 45% increase in traffic for Apps used primarily to communicate - including WhatsApp, Houseparty,…

Top Jackpot Slots to Play in 2020 

Everyone wants to find the very best jackpots and the very best online slots to play this year. This is true every year, every month, but right now, when we are confined to our homes, it might seem even more important than ever; we want to break free, and playing online slots with a tempting…

Cardiff and Brighton have most ‘community-spirited’ people

A study of 2,000 adults, which looked at the good deeds carried out by members of the public during lockdown, has found that Cardiff and Brighton are home to the most community-spirited people in the UK. Half of all adults said they had collected shopping for a vulnerable person, 37 percent phoned someone who might…

Fancy Something New After Lockdown? Here’s Some Great Ideas

Photo by Jill Wellington from Pexels COVID-19 has put the world in lockdown. Many of us have had to stay at home, and we aren’t able to work or do our favourite things. This has resulted in a lot of people taking up a new form of exercise - don’t try to buy a bicycle…

The practicalities of living an organic life on a budget

Take a stroll through the average grocery store, and you could be forgiven for thinking that organic is a choice that’s only available to high wage earners. Walk next door into the health food store and your suspicions would be confirmed. One organic living site recently proclaimed that choosing organic was “only” 20 to 60…

Nearly half of Brits plan to continue lockdown hobbies

  Half of Brits plan to continue their lockdown hobbies  – including creating podcasts, online fitness classes and walking more often. A study of 2,000 adults found 43 per cent feel they have ‘changed their ways for the better’ – and plan to continue with their improved behaviours even after the restrictions are lifted. Technology…