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New research from the UK’s leading discount website has revealed that, on average, Britons have almost 500 Facebook friends, compared with just 150 mobile phone contacts, approximately.
It would appear that many online friendships are superficial, as new research has revealed that, on average, Britons have far fewer mobile phone contacts than they do Facebook friends.
www.MyVoucherCodes.co.uk conducted a poll of 1,954 people across the UK as part of research into the
10 Yetis PR has today announced that it has invested in a start up online video production company, as it looks at the future of PR campaigns and the rising demand by media for web clips and short online films to support digital media projects. 10 Yetis, the consumer and tech public relations agency based in the South West of the UK has today announced that it has invested in the start up web film business; The Online Video Company. The announcement comes at a time when the agency is seeing
Following the news that Tesco is to trial Wi-Fi in-store, new research from the UK’s leading discount website has revealed that the majority of Brits are in fact against the idea.
It would appear that the majority of Brits are against Wi-Fi becoming available in their local supermarket, as 56% have admitted that they aren’t looking forward to the potential introduction of Wi-Fi across all of Tesco’s UK stores.
Following the news that Tesco is planning
A new experience day website has launched in the UK. Experiences range from racing Lamborghinis at Silverstone to having a relaxing spa day. Launching into a crowded market, the site aims to stand out by offering free delivery, a best price guarantee and 'no fuss' exchanges and returns.
Today marks the official launch of a new experience day website in the UK. Named Wish.co.uk, the site will offer users the chance to buy once-in-a-lifetime experience days,
According to new research from a recently launched video game marketplace, the average gamer in the UK spends 1.8 years playing video games in their ‘gaming lifetime.’
A recent study conducted by a newly launched video game price comparison and marketplace site, has revealed the extent to which time dedicated to gaming adds up throughout the year; with the research revealing that the average gamer spends 1.8 years in total playing video games.
The study was
New research from a recently launched website for video game enthusiasts has revealed the ten ‘best loved video game series of all time’; with FIFA pipping RPG series Final Fantasy to the post to clinch the top spot.
A subject that has long been debated amongst gamers has been brought to light in a new study by www.Playr2.com, a newly launched website aimed at gaming enthusiasts, which has revealed the ‘top 10 best video game series of all time.’
A brand new gaming website has officially been launched, providing video game enthusiasts with a platform from which to purchase, sell, swap and compare prices of their favourite games; ensuring that they get the best deal every time they buy or sell.
Gaming fans all over the UK now have a new website to tantalise their taste buds as www.Playr2.com has launched this week; an innovative website that allows users to buy, sell and compare prices on their favourite video games and
New research from the UK’s leading discount website has revealed that a fifth of grandparents around the UK now have a social network presence; with ‘Facebook’ being the most popular social network amongst the over- 60s.
Stereotypes of grandparents being less internet savvy may not be all that founded, as new research from the UK’s leading discount website has revealed that as many as a fifth of Grandparents around the UK now claim to have a social network
New research from the UK’s leading discount website has revealed that beauty products top the list of things that men buy online, with many purchasing them online to save embarrassment at the tills.
It would appear that more and more men are becoming conscious about their appearance, as a new study has revealed that beauty products are the most popular items bought by men online, beating tech products to clinch the top spot.
The study, conducted by
Site statistics from the UK’s leading discount website have revealed that searches for the PlayStation 3 have increased within the past month, despite the recent outrage over the PlayStation Network (PSN) hackings.
It would appear that PlayStation users are loyal, as site statistics from the UK’s leading discount website have revealed that in the month following the crash of the PlayStation Network, searches for PlayStation products have actually increased.