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People spend twice as much time online compared to 10 years ago according to Ofcom research - but how much is too much?
From food delivery apps to #InstagramWorthy dinners, the internet has had a massive influence on the way we consume food - on and offline.
Struggle to imagine life without broadband? It’s a reality for some - but Long Reach VDSL is here to revolutionise the way rural communities access ...
Here at italk HQ, we love the beautiful game. From the roar of the crowd to the skill on the pitch, there’s nothing like watching our local heroes ...
We explore the pros and cons of VR systems currently on offer, and see how this immersive technology could change the face of gaming.
We’ve got some pointers to help you navigate the online playground, and make sure it remains a safe place for kids to develop their digital skills.
There’s nothing like laying back on a sandy beach, soaking up some rays, and getting carried away with a good book.
According to Citizen’s Advice, four of the five biggest internet service providers treat customers massive price hikes after an initial period.
Collaborative consumption is a long term for a simple idea: sharing what you've got and making some money while you’re at it.
The stakes are high for students in springtime. While everyone else is enjoying the brighter weather, you're shutting yourselves away with last-minute...
Half term is finally here - that means no more early mornings, making packed lunches, tying shoes, and rush hour traffic.
Did you know that internet access is considered a basic human right by the United Nations?
Imagine the perfect PA . What do you think of? Someone enthusiastic, resourceful and willing to think outside the box?
BT has reached an agreement with Ofcom and today announced they will legally separate Openreach, which runs the UK’s broadband infrastructure.
According to a report from Midia, at the end of last year there were 100.4 million people paying for music streaming subscriptions.
No more listening to Greensleeves on hold for 20 minutes.
It's time to hang up on bad customer service and say hello to real people with the expertise.