One in five adults unhappy in their job. Could remote working technology help?

The UK workforce thinks ‘doing meaningful work’ is the key to office happiness followed by the ability to work remotely. Given the choice, most would eliminate conference calls, emails - and their manager. Two fifths said that they don’t like socializing with colleagues or only attend socials because they feel obligated. However, 25 percent of…

Men twice as likely to share location data than women, claims report

Men are more willing to share their location data freely compared to women, according to a new survey from The Manifest, a business news and how-to website. Twice the number of men (35%) share their location with dating apps than women (16%). Men are typically less cautious about sharing their data on apps. The higher…

Which? survey claims part of central London in ‘Broadband Blackspot’

  Parts of central London, including Westminster, have some of the lowest Broadband speeds in Britain Parts of central London, Stroud, Tunbridge Wells and Canterbury are among the more surprising areas suffering from the worst broadband in the country, according to new Which? analysis of customer speed tests. The consumer watchdog…

Sweet dreams! 5 sleep resolutions we should keep throughout 2019

It’s the start of a new year and while some resolutions are best left in January, others can reap lifelong benefits. Making a resolution to improve your sleep in 2019 could have a multitude of benefits, including improved mood and better mental and physical health... To help you on your way to better sleep, Neil…

Quarter of Brits STRUGGLE with new gadgets, claims Which?

A quarter of British adults struggle to get their new gadgets to work. New research from Which? shows that just over one in four (27%) adults who received a tech gift this year at Christmas had problems using their gift. And just over in four (28%) of us were still trying to get their tech up…

Honor unveils latest high-end smart phone, the View 20

At a preview event in London's Soho Square today, ShinyShiny took a glimpse at Honor's latest high-end smartphone, the View 20. Due to be officially launched for European markets in Paris on January 22nd, it is expected to retail for well under £500 (the Chinese price starts at around £350). Three colours will be available…

CES 2019: Hyundai develop ‘walking car’ for disaster zones

A 'walking car' which can climb walls and step over holes thanks to its robotic LEGS could transform the way rescue teams operate in disaster zones. More than 10,000 people died in natural catastrophes in 2017, with an estimated 201 million needing international humanitarian assistance. One of the problems is reaching those affected which is…

CES 2019: 7 technologies to watch out for at this year’s Las Vegas show

  Analysts at CCS Insight share some of the highlights we expect to see at this year's CES Show in Las Vegas, starting tomorrow (January 8th, 2019). Included are artificial intelligence, 5G and flexible screens.... 1. Artificial Intelligence One trend that will certainly be a common theme with many exhibitors will be the use of…

Breaking Through The Isolation Of A Health Issue

When we experience a health problem, we can often feel isolated. Our families are often more than happy to help and will likely do so out of deep love for you, but many people can feel like they’re being a nuisance or another form of hindrance to their family members in this state. This is…

Top 8 Vegan foods to get you a good night’s sleep during ‘Veganuary’

Struggling to sleep at night? It may be time to jump on the ethical trend that is sweeping the nation and embrace the vegan way of life. It’s safe to say that ‘Veganuary’ is in full swing, with many, including a number of celebrity advocates and social media health gurus, taking on the challenge. Among…