• UK music streaming hits record high

    UK music streaming hits record high

    The number of online music streams in the UK broke the 500 million barrier for first time earlier this month. Although the resurgence in sales of vinyl records often makes headlines, the popularity of streaming music online is the real story. This highlights the continuing move away from buying mp3s as well as the further
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  • Social media blamed for rise in STD cases

    Social media blamed for rise in STD cases

    The rising number of new cases of gonorrhoea, syphilis, and HIV in Rhode Island can be partly attributed to social media, said the state health department.

  • 49 per cent of Indian women feel they don’t need the internet

    49 per cent of Indian women feel they don’t need the internet

    A Google survey found that 49 per cent of women in India do not feel the need to access the internet.

  • Sharp rise in time spent online over the last decade

    Sharp rise in time spent online over the last decade

    A new survey has revealed that Britons spend twice the amount of time on the internet that they did ten years ago.

  • Is the insurance industry keeping up with the tech world?

    Is the insurance industry keeping up with the tech world?

    The modern digital age is one of lightning quick interactions, instant gratification, constant connectivity and unprecedented consumer demand – both in terms of availability of goods and services, and in terms of the level of quality and engagement that corporations provide.

  • Survey: Americans not experiencing internet information overload

    Survey: Americans not experiencing internet information overload

    A survey of internet users in the US showed that the majority of people like having the internet’s resources right within their reach, while only a small fraction felt overwhelmed by the vast amount of data available online.