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65% of Pocket-lint readers text on the loo

65% of Pocket-lint readers text on the loo

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The disgusting results of the most recent Pocket-lint survey are out. We posed the question: "Do you check emails, Twitter or surf the Internet in the loo?" - turns out that 65% of you are perfectly happy to admit your sick habit. The other 35% of you... >>

Nearly half of Brits would only spend £250 on Apple iTablet

Nearly half of Brits would only spend £250 on Apple iTablet

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It seems Apple might have difficulty in shifting a high-priced tablet device in any great numbers if consumer polls carried out in both the UK and US, revealed on the eve of what's expected to be the iTablet unveiling, are anything to go by. Here in the... >>

63% primary school kids toting mobile phones

63% primary school kids toting mobile phones

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63% of under 10-year-olds in the UK own a mobile phone, suggests research from PrezzyBox.com. The research took the form of a recent poll put to just under 1400 parents with children under 10. As well as the high number of kids toting portable telephones,... >>

VIDEO: 20% don't know who Steve Jobs is survey shocker

VIDEO: 20% don't know who Steve Jobs is survey shocker

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A small survey carried out by Lewis PR reveals that 20% of those questioned in the UK didn't know who Steve Jobs is and 25% weren't sure why the name Sir Tim Berners-Lee should ring a bell. There's likewise difficulty in the survey - some of which is... >>

Majority of Pocket-lint readers still buy CDs

Majority of Pocket-lint readers still buy CDs

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Despite the rise of both digital downloads - now thankfully mostly DRM-free - and free music streaming services, it seems the humble CD still has life in it yet. In a recent Pocket-lint poll we asked our readers if they still bought the physical format.... >>

Sony says size doesn't matter so much in Europe

Sony says size doesn't matter so much in Europe

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Independent survey results released by Sony show that 64% of Europeans are planning on staying in and entertaining at home over the Christmas period this year, rather than splurging money on going out. "That means the television will be playing a vital... >>

IT workers most unhealthy in the UK

IT workers most unhealthy in the UK

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In the UK, IT workers are least likely to lead a healthy lifestyle, a recent study suggests, with those in fields such as website design, software development and tech support owning up to exercising the least and having a poor diet. Fewer than one in... >>

Email extinction predicted in 10 years

Email extinction predicted in 10 years

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Email extinction could be a reality in the next 10 years, says TalkTalk, proclaiming the younger generation has no need for such long-winded communication. No doubt echoing similar studies from 10 years ago that predicted the absolute death of snail mail,... >>

Amazon Kindle UK import orders begin

Amazon Kindle UK import orders begin

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The Amazon Kindle ebook reader is now available to be ordered by those residing in the UK. Previously only available to consumers in the States, Amazon recently announced it would offer an "International Edition" of its popular eReader. However, those... >>

35% Brits are less stressed when "connected"

35% Brits are less stressed when "connected"

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Just over two thirds of the UK enjoy being connected at all times and in fact, feel more relaxed when hooked-up than not, a new Virgin Media report suggests. Over a third of those surveyed said they experienced anxiety when not able to use technology... >>