The cities where people are most worried about local crime are Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds
If your idea of using your mobile phone for help in the bedroom is switching it on to vibrate, think again. It turns out that many of us are now turning to our phones to improve our sex lives. According to a survey by myvouchercodes.co.uk, 34 percent of Britons have downloaded one or more apps to help improve their sex life. It seems Avenue Q was right, the internet really is for porn.
A significant cultural shift has clearly occurred. But is this really such a great loss?
How long before internet access ranks alongside gas, electricity and water as one of the ‘essentials’? Or did we pass that benchmark in 2011?
This week has seen two significant steps in the development of government digital – moving to get more people online, and starting the process of improving government services when they get there.
As can be expected from an internet poll on The Independent and The i paper facebook pages, the majority of you intend to vote yes to AV. But you all have different motives for doing so.
A brief history of the aggregator debate, and other developments in the digital publishing world this week.
This morning I read that 90% of people surveyed by the UK’s Eating Disorder charity, BEAT, have been victims of bullying, with half of those directly attributing the bullying to the onset of their Eating Disorder. I wouldn’t be surprised if some of the remaining numbers could have been bullied as a result. It is [...]
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