Nationwide’s ‘Smart Window Poster’ to help homeless

With most of us now carrying less cash than ever before, giving money to homeless people has become a real problem. However technology may have the answer in the form of ‘smart window poster’ which allows contactless donations to be made to the homeless. Ground breaking new contactless technology is being trialled at Nationwide’s Union…

Top 20 Life Goals – saving money tops list

Brits are most driven at 33 years of age, according to a new study.This is the point they are most motivated and determined to achieve their life goals - from progressing in their career to being physically fit and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The drive they have at this stage of their lives is down…

Tech talk more awkward for parents than ‘birds and the bees’

Parents now find talking to their kids about the 'birds and the bees' less awkward than discussing technology - because of their lack of knowledge when it comes to computers, apps and memes. A study revealed 56 per cent of mums and dads find it easier to talk about sex and puberty with their offspring…

Cooking game Ready Chef Go! added to Snap Games

Snap Inc. and Mojiworks, a developer of bespoke games for global social platforms has unveiled Ready Chef Go!, a cooking game available exclusively on Snap's real-time multiplayer gaming platform, Snap Games. In Ready Chef Go!, friends can play together to out-cook other teams of Snapchatters in quick rounds of up to 60 seconds, adding upgrades and ad-driven…

What is social health and why is it important 

Have you ever found yourself feeling excluded or lonely? These issues don't just affect young people, but can continue much later in life. Contrary to popular belief, social problems can take a toll on one's overall health.  Understanding all aspects of your health is crucial to living a happy, long life. To have complete wellness,…

Brits spend week a year tracking their own behaviour

  Data driven Brits spend the equivalent of a WHOLE WEEK of each year tracking and analysing their behaviour, according to research.A survey of 2,000 adults revealed we typically use analytical apps and devices to monitor six parts of our lives. More than half (51 per cent) monitor their steps and movement, with 39 per…

Bang & Olufsen upgrades Beoplay E8 wireless earphones

Bang & Olufsen has announced its new-generation Beoplay E8 true wireless earphones. More compact and powerful than the previous model, the new Beoplay E8 3rd Generation earphones have been re-engineered to bring significant improvements, claims the manufacturer. The new Beoplay E8 earphones address consumer demand for enhanced comfort, better call clarity and more battery life. The…

Sleep resolutions we should be keeping in 2020

It’s the start of a new year and new decade, and while some resolutions are best left in January, others can reap lifelong benefits. Making resolutions to improve your sleep in 2020 could have a multitude of benefits, including improved mood and better mental and physical health. To help you on your way to better…

Brits obsessed with tech on Christmas Day

Brits will spend at least an hour of their Christmas day scrolling through websites, two hours watching TV and an hour playing on games consoles. A study of 2,000 adults found a quarter will share their festive celebrations on social media as they happen. In comparison, around 91 minutes is spent cooking with 46 minutes…

Why Every Child Needs A Night Light?

Did you know that night lights aren’t just for the children? They are also beneficial for parents. Whether your child finds it difficult to sleep in the dark or just needs a bit of light to guide them to the washroom, our line of fun and exciting Night Lights provides just the perfect amount of…