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…

8 Top Tips for setting up Secure Zoom meeting

With the Coronavirus pandemic ruling out face to face meetings, Chris Price offers 8 Top Tips for setting up a Secure Zoom meeting online.... Just as Britain leaving the European Union spawned new words - most notably Brexit - so too is the Coronavirus pandemic changing our vocabulary. And inevitably with many of us now…

Five things in the bedroom that could be ruining your sleep

Getting a good night’s sleep isn’t always easy. From the food you eat to the amount of stress you’re under, there are a number of factors that can affect whether you’ll sleep soundly or be tossing and turning all night. And there’s one big factor that can often be overlooked – the bedroom itself. Not…

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…

Millions of Brits ‘too reliant’ on tech products

  Millions of Brits admit they’re ‘too reliant’ on tech products. A poll of 2,000 adults found 65 per cent believe they’re over-exposed to technology, while 38 per cent worry they rely on gadgets too much.  Three in 10 even reckon Brits have far more tech products in their lives than they actually need. But…

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…

The Downsides Of Using The Internet (And What You Can Do To Avoid Them)

The internet; possibly the mother of all inventions, and one that can afford us many benefits. We can easily stay in touch with friends and family on social media. We can access information at the click of a button, be it for work or personal purposes. We can play video games, watch cookery videos, read…

Chairnology: Furniture Tech For The Modern World

It’s no secret that designers and companies have been clutching at straws when it comes to choosing which devices need to be made smart. There are refrigerators which can browse the internet, mirrors which can recommend what to wear, and speaker systems which can have a conversation with you. Of course, though, there is a…

Average Brit spends decade of their lives using technology

The average Brit will spend the equivalent of a decade of their lives using smartphones, tablets and laptops - and share a staggering 92,053 social media posts, it has emerged. Researchers who carried out a detailed study discovered the true extent to which every element of our lives is conducted while holding or staring at…