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.…

What Is a Benefit of Obtaining a Personal Loan?

Are you cash strapped, living paycheck to paycheck, in need of financial relief, and wondering what is a benefit of obtaining a personal loan? Read on! The median American household has just shy of $5,000 sitting in their savings account. In case you haven't weighed how much things cost these days, that's not a lot of…

Roald Dahl Day: Matilda tops eBay list

Searches on eBay for Roald Dahl’s Matilda have risen 69 per cent Over the last six months, eBay UK reports that one shopper every minute has searched for the book on the online marketplace Roald Dahl’s much-loved character has been searched on eBay 48 per cent more times than Willy Wonka, the online marketplace’s second most…

Brits willing to embrace robotic upgrades for ‘perfect body’

Brits would be willing to use body enhancing technology to become stronger, faster, smarter and more attractive, a study has found.A poll of 2,000 adults has revealed the nation's feelings towards a cyborg future – humans with robotic upgrades – and the lengths they would go to in a bid to enhance themselves.From improving their…

Hotels of the Future: Top 6 Features

Glass TVs that know your favourite films, showers that adapt to your body temperature and glass privacy walls which change from transparent to opaque. These are all predicted to be key features of hotel rooms by 2034 according to new research... Hospitality technology experts Guestline has partnered with six technology, AI and hotel experts to…

How Electronics Are Tested For Quality

When you are planning to buy electronics, it is vital to ensure that they undergo the required quality standards or process set. In most cases, most of the consumers are not aware of this process, and that is why most of them end up purchasing inferior quality materials or products. In today’s global market, almost…

HONOR launches Band 5 fitness tracker

Huawei sub-brand HONOR today has unveiled the Band 5, its latest affordable a fitness tracker and smart band. Featuring  AMOLED Full Colour touchscreen, 24-hour heart rate monitoring, multiple sports and fitness modes and eight customised watch faces, the HONOR Band 5 is available now for £29.99 at Amazon. It will be available at Argos later…

Fresh Marketing on a Budget

When it comes to promoting your business it feels as if there are 101 things you could be doing. In the old days it was easy, you relied on word of mouth and some paid for advertising to get your product on everyone’s lips, but nowadays your promotional activities are spread far and wide. From…

Visiting the US East Coast? 9 Original Things to Do

If you're planning a visit to the US east coast, you don't just want to hit the same tourist spots everyone else does. Try these fun activities instead. In 2019, driving through Northern New England ranked in the top 5 road trips, and the southeast had the most online searches for people looking at places…

Lewis Hamilton launches Neat Burger, world’s first global vegan burger chain

Interesting news this morning from Lewis Hamilton. The many times World F1 champion, tech fan and of course high profile vegan, is launching what he claims to be the first ever international plant based burger chain. Ready to take on McDs, KFC and all the other fast food joints, Neat Burger launches in London on…

Brits spend over 3 hours a day on phone during Holidays

The Prototype 'Phone Book' from Carphone Warehouse is designed to stop Holidaymakers feeling guilty about checking their phone Brits will spend three-and-a-half hours a day on their phone while on holiday, a study has found. The poll of 2,000 holidaymakers found 38 per cent are now more likely to sit on…