Fasthosts has revealed that the majority of Britons do not consider how technology could shape a work/life balance when considering whether or not to launch their own business.
Category: Internet Usage News
Results from a global survey show that 76% of people conduct searches in two or more languages.
ScribbleLive is pleased to announce the release of the ScribbleLive Advanced Content Module (ACM). ACM is the first product emerging from collaboration between ScribbleLive and The Associated Press
As part of uberlife’s Real Champions interview series, Shirky shared his views on the role that online social networks have played in mobilizing groups offline
The UK’s average broadband speed is still less than half of the average advertised “up to” speed, according to new figures released by Cable.co.uk.
Sedo, today announced that Bloomberg and Reuters have added IDNX, the industry’s leading domain price index, to the financial markets covered on their respective Web sites
Confused.com has launched a Facebook video app called ‘House of Horrors’ in order to raise awareness of the importance of home insurance
MoneySupermarket.com is warning gadget lovers to ensure their home contents insurance covers digital downloads and software too
Google goggles use voice control to perform commands, and offer users e-mail and video chat features, as well as GPS directions via a panel screen in front of their eyes
GFI Labs documented several spam attacks and malware-laden email campaigns infiltrating users’ systems under the guise of communications purporting to be from well-known companies
Broadband comparison and review site Broadbandgenie says further amendments are required to clarify broadband services for consumers.
Women make up less than half of the internet audience, but they generate 58% of e-commerce dollars
AVG Technologies has launched its active “Do Not Track” feature to the mainstream Internet security marketplace.
Broadband and IPTV growth spiked to a high in 2011 with rates higher than at any time in the last five years, according to year-end figures published by the Broadband Forum
British children divide into three main behavioural types determined by their online activities – Gadget Geeks, Confident Entertainers, or Socialites, according to new research into how under-18s use the internet
Stace Hipperson predicts that by 2020 mobile phones will be so connected and serve so much data from the cloud that they will become an integral part of your identity
Plusnet, the home phone and broadband specialist, has published a new report revealing that the Internet will become ubiquitous in many people’s lives, transforming the way people shop, eat and run their homes. The award-winning super-fast broadband [http://community.plus.net/blog/2012/02/23/the-future-of-the-internet-an-exclusive-with-dr-frank-shaw ] provider renowned for bringing value to its customers, commissioned the research
Millions of Britons are losing valuable sleep each night because they are addicted to social networking according to findings from a new sleep report. Gone are the days when Britons liked nothing better then to be tucked up in bed with a mug of cocoa and a good book. In