Withings reintroduces Pulse Wave Velocity Measurement on £129 Body Cardio Scales

Digital healthcare brand Withings has reintroduced Pulse Wave Velocity (PWV) measurements, an indicator of cardiovascular health, on its Body Cardio connected scales in Europe. From today, users are once again able to get daily analysis of their PWV along with their weight, body composition (body fat, water %, muscle & bone mass), BMI and standing…

HP survey shows seven in ten women interested in tech sector

New research commissioned by computer firm HP shows that nearly 70% of the women across the UK are interested in jobs in the tech sector. Specialised technical roles could also see a significant increase in female recruits, with one third of the women willing to consider that kind of work. The new poll suggests that…

5 Tips for Buying Supplement Stacks

Dietary supplements have gained popularity in the recent years, owing to the marketing of several benefits that they bring. However, given their widespread nature, choosing a supplement of choice can be challenging. Here are a few things to consider when evaluating the perfect supplement stack for your needs: 1) Buy From Trusted Websites Searching the…

How to make great branded video content. We talk to Wistia’s Phil Nottingham

Once, if small business wanted to promote themselves they would have to place an ad in their local newspaper or perhaps – if budget allowed – produce a shaky little promo video that appeared at their local cinema. Who can remember those classic Pearl and Dean gems from the 1970s and 1980s that you would…
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One in five Brits now more comfortable interacting online than in real life

It's perhaps a sad indictment of our society, but not particularly surprising that one in five Brits adults now feel 'more comfortable' interacting with people online than they do face-to-face, according to new research. A detailed study found a large percentage of the population have become so used to communicating via tablets, PCs and smart…

5 Top Tips to Revive Your Vinyl on Record Store Day – April 13th

  Corduroy is back in fashion, Polaroids are the new ‘must have’ cameras and vinyl sales have reached a 25-year high. But is it possible to stay on-trend and still ensure audio excellence? In conjunction with Audiolab, we provide our top tips for looking after vinyl this Record Store Day and beyond.... Vinyl record sales…

Bang & Olufsen debuts £16,000 Beovision Harmony TV at Milan Design Week

Luxury electronics brand Bang & Olufsen has unveiled the Beovision Harmony at Milan Design Week - a TV experience, the manufacturer claims, 'elevates the design of any living space and fills it with spectacular sound'. When Beovision Harmony is turned off or just playing music, the thin screen rests close to the floor, partially covered…

Engineering firm Sandvik creates smash-proof, 3D printed guitar

Rock stars have been smashing guitars for decades. However, Sandvik has created what it claims is the word's first smash-proof 3D printed guitar! To demonstrate its unbreakability, the global engineering company gave the instrument to Swedish-born guitar virtuoso Yngwie Malmsteen. Named one of the ten greatest electric guitar players in the world by TIME Magazine,…

The Only Bicycle in the World Built for 550 Pounds

Zize bikes are arguably the best bikes for big guys. Customers who have used these bikes have nothing but praise for them. Zize’s brand strength comes from the passion and commitment of the founder, Joan Denizot.  Joan’s main goal was to make bikes that are safe for big guys. Joan, a plus-size woman, came to realize…