Families and individuals are encouraged to take a break from technology on 28 June 2015.
Category: Internet Usage News
One third (33%) of online shoppers would be willing to opt for delivery by drones
Sustained Investment and Innovation Key Factors to Success of Top Five Internet Ecosystems
Survey reveals only 6% of us store important documents online
A new study by Research Now reveals that doctors and patients say ‘yes’
Nationwide survey of 13-17 year olds reveals digital skills and aspirations of UK teens create new challenges for Government and Plc.
Half (50%) of executives spend 10 hours or more a week researching, even though just 44% feel they can depend on the information they find
An independent survey of 1,000 consumers commissioned by Voucherbox.co.uk reveals that the number of people who frequently seek out discounts when making purchases online grew by almost half over a 12 month period
Frost & Sullivan Identifies Disruptive Opportunities for Internet of Things
According to a new report by Allied Market Research the global Mobile Security Market would reach $34.8 billion by 2020
Business travellers paying to stay connected whilst they travel are costing British companies more than £370 million each year
BullGuard offers some simple tips on how to come across well online and avoid leaving behind a trail of digital mischief
Crave Interactive Ltd today announces the launch of Crave Tablet, the world’s first tablet designed specifically for use in a hotel room.
Three-quarters (73%) report being frustrated at the lack of technological knowledge among teachers at their school
The United States is only in the 21st percentile for WiFi quality; 79% of countries have better hotel WiFi.
The average British worker receives 1,728 pointless emails in a typical year a study has found. Emails detailing trivial information such as ‘organising a whip around’, ‘please sponsor me’ and the reams of polite ‘happy birthday’ emails topped the list of irritating topics. As does mail with subject headings such
WorldVu Satellites Limited, operating as OneWeb, Ltd, today announced plans to build, launch and operate a low-earth-orbit satellite constellation to help bring high-speed Internet and telephony to billions of people around the world
Londoners are the biggest victims of online ID theft, with 27 per cent admitting it’s happened to them