Studies have found that half of Brits will be celebrating Christmas virtually this year - sharing the big day over the likes of FaceTime or Skype.Read More
Are you British? Did you own & use an iPhone for several months between 2011 and 2012? Well, Google may owe you some compensation for bypassing iOS' security settings and illegally collecting data on you, as well as 5.4 million other Brits.Read More
Nissan has announced they will be the first car manufacturer to put autonomous cars on public roads in Europe – being cleared by UK Government to begin trials in Britain.Read More
If you’re a regular online pirate in Britain, you may want to stop now. UK Government just introduced the new Digital Economy Bill, which despite public protest has increased the maximum prison sentence to ten years.Read More
It seems insane to think that every adult doesn't have at least one way to access to the internet - but according to a survey Office for National Statistics, 11 percent of the adult population don't. That means 5.9 million people have never used the internet.Read More
The UK is one of the world's top targets for e-crime, and more must be done to not lose the fight against online criminal activity, MPs have warned. With our severe lack of security and defence in this area, The Home Affairs Select Committee have identified a ‘black hole’ where e-crime is committed without arrest.
Britain intends to spend an extra £60 million per year on space technology, by increasing it's investment into the European Space Agency (ESA).
The Chancellor George Osborne, in a speech to the Royal Society, announced that the UK is willing to commit an average of £240m a year, over the next five years to the ESA, increased from the usual investment of £170m. This has been done in the hope of encouraging domestic job growth via attracting lucrative contracts.
The internet contributes to 8.3% of the UK economy, a significantly bigger share than any of the other major countries in G20. This has made our internet economy outgrow the healthcare, education and construction sectors.
A study recently showed that adult British users of Facebook said they were drunk in 76% of their Facebook photo collections on their profile.
1,781 Facebook users were polled, and out of them came some rather interesting, yet really unsurprising facts in most cases.