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Inmarsat satellite and tower network to deliver Wi-FI services to in-flight passengers EU-wide

Inmarsat satellite and tower network to deliver Wi-FI services to in-flight passengers EU-wide

By 6 June 2014

If you're flying and want to send emails or use broadband data while in-flight, British satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat has announced a new programme of sorts for airplanes that'll eventually allow aviation passengers to get online EU-wide.... >>

Website of the day: #getfoodsmart

Website of the day: #getfoodsmart

By 6 June 2014

There are a hell of a lot of food fads out there. Juicing, the 5/2 diet, the no-carbs plan. It’s a multimillion-pound business and growing by the day. But how do you know which is the one to follow? You need to do a bit of research. If you do enough... >>

Sainsbury’s Food Rescue, made with Google, helps use up food destined for the waste

Sainsbury’s Food Rescue, made with Google, helps use up food destined for the waste

By 5 June 2014

Waste not want not means more now than ever as around 4.2 million tonnes of avoidable food and drink waste is created each year. Sainsbury's has teamed up with Google to try and help by creating Food Rescue. This online service, which will also work on... >>

Website of the day: Wahanda

Website of the day: Wahanda

By 5 June 2014

If the newspapers and glossy magazines are anything to go by, just about everybody is going to a festival this year. The media is full of page upon page of tips and advice on how to get everything from your wardrobe to your hair to your complexion “festival... >>

UK Broadband launches Relish, superfast broadband for Londoners without the need for wires

UK Broadband launches Relish, superfast broadband for Londoners without the need for wires

By 4 June 2014

London Technology Week is on the horizon and the Pocket-lint Tech Tavern is to open its doors in a couple of weeks, so all eyes are on the capital's plans to compete with tech industries around the world. With that in mind, UK Broadband has timely announced... >>

Website of the day: Run2Work

Website of the day: Run2Work

By 4 June 2014

So, yesterday we talked about the unadulterated joys (not) of commuting by train, and it might’ve got a few of you thinking about alternative ways of getting to where you need to be on a daily basis. Cycling is an option that’s proving popular, and... >>

Website of the day: Delay Repay Sniper

Website of the day: Delay Repay Sniper

By 3 June 2014

This article has been written on a train. That’s not all that unusual, to be fair. But this train isn’t moving. In fact, it hasn’t moved for quite a while. Unfortunately, that’s not all that unusual either. It’s infuriating. We commuters pay... >>

Website of the day: Flavourly

Website of the day: Flavourly

By 2 June 2014

If you’ll pardon the stating of the bleedin’ obvious, food has never been so popular. The means of keeping the body going transcended mere sustenance decades ago, but in recent years, it’s become an art form. When TV channels are awash with cookery... >>

Huawei tests ultrafast 10Gbps Wi-Fi, with plans for 2018 commercial launch

Huawei tests ultrafast 10Gbps Wi-Fi, with plans for 2018 commercial launch

By 31 May 2014

China-based telecommunications equipment company Huawei has announced it reached 10Gbps Wi-Fi service during laboratory testing at a campus in Shenzhen, allegedly marking the first time an industry provider has successfully hit those speeds in trials.... >>

FAA deal allows Virgin Galactic to finally launch commercial spaceflights

FAA deal allows Virgin Galactic to finally launch commercial spaceflights

By 30 May 2014

Virgin Galactic is now clear to take off into suborbital space with human space tourists, thanks to a green-light from the US Federal Aviation Administration. Virgin Galactic is an American-based, British-owned commercial spaceflight company that Sir... >>