36 percent of UK adults use Facebook to read up on daily news and current events
There are currently 603 gigabit internet implementations, a jump of 72 percent since June 2016.
New research shows UK productivity suffers due to nation’s poor sleep habits and technology overload
In a survey 92% of respondents who are parents said blocking children’s access to inappropriate content was their overriding priority
Opera becomes the first major browser to integrate social messenger services,
Next generation app gives parents more control over how their children use smartphones and tablets
National Cyber Security Awareness Month reminds all digital citizens to stay educated about cutting-edge technology and better protect against their associated threats
Delvv’s Digital Habits Survey 2016 surveyed a sample of 355 Americans, ages 18 and above, using SurveyMonkey
52 Percent of Americans Report the Internet is Less Safe Than it was 5 Years Ago
The vast majority of people aged 60+ in the United States are not as tech-deficient as their millennial grandchildren might assume.
Parents across the UK agree that technology is damaging their children and would like to go back to the ‘old days’ and pledge their support for the UK’s National Unplugging Day
The latest research from MarkMonitor® reveals that 68% of consumers globally now exclusively book their travel online.
Friendly WiFi Initiative Recognizes Public Places That Provide Secure and Filtered Wi-Fi
Families across Britain are urged to enter themselves and their families into the first National Unplugging Day Awards in celebration of the best off line activities such as painting, drawing, photography and writing.
Data monetization cited as top IoT revenue growth driver, but only 8% of businesses are using more than 25% of their IoT data.
What is believed to be the first ever comprehensive report on the ‘dark web’ has been published today by Intelliagg
Chubb has added cyber bullying coverage to its U.S. Masterpiece® Family Protection policy to help cover clients and their families from the expenses associated with a cyber bullying incident.
New research from BullGuard reveals that 66 per cent of consumers are very worried about hacks and breaches against their IoT devices
More consumers globally are supplementing traditional TV versus leaving it
Kaspersky Lab urges parents to question their teen’s online habits ahead of Safer Internet Day 2016