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Off your Facebook: Drunks make up 76 per cent of photos on site in UK

Off your Facebook: Drunks make up 76 per cent of photos on site in UK

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Over three quarters of the tagged pictures on Britons' Facebook pages are of drunks, according to a survey carried out by photo book website MyMemory.com. 76 per cent of those polled said that the shots contain one or more people that were under the influence... >>

Study finds mobile phones don't cause cancer

Study finds mobile phones don't cause cancer

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Latest research involving a large section of the Danish population suggests that there is no link between the long-term use of mobile phones and brain cancer. The study, that was originally published in the bmj.com, involved the analysis data of 10,729... >>

BlackBerry failure could see 1 in 5 move to iPhone

BlackBerry failure could see 1 in 5 move to iPhone

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It's not been a great week for BlackBerry, and with the launch of the iPhone 4S, along with all the fandom that goes with it, the news that many BlackBerry users would potentially opt for an iPhone as a direct result of Blackberry’s service problems... >>

The city that wants the iPhone 4S most is... Leeds?

The city that wants the iPhone 4S most is... Leeds?

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Virtually everyone the world over is excited about the iPhone 4S, Leeds in particular, who according to Phones4u is the most excited city in the country. Rather unsurprisingly London follows closely behind, with Birmingham up next. Phones4u plans on weighting... >>

RIM beats Apple for brand loyalty, but where does your phone maker come?

RIM beats Apple for brand loyalty, but where does your phone maker come?

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New figures released by Comscore suggest that BlackBerry owners are the most loyal phone users in the UK, pipping Apple to the top spot. In the survey, which looks at manufacturer churn rates in the UK in May, June, and July; BlackBerry maker RIM has... >>

UK download speed above global average

UK download speed above global average

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Before you start cursing your ISP when a sudden lag costs you a goal during a game of Fifa online, or means you take a bullet in the head on COD, then take comfort that we're above the global average when it comes to download speeds... just. A study by... >>

Ravers more likely than rockers to lose iPhones at festivals

Ravers more likely than rockers to lose iPhones at festivals

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Gadget insurance provider Protect Your Bubble has released the results of a survey taken from the Wireless Festival, Hyde Park. It showed that 1 in 4 people will lose something at a festival this year, with dance fans apparently most at risk with 1 in... >>

University study shows UK still prefers face-to-face communication

University study shows UK still prefers face-to-face communication

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A study has been conducted by the University of Cambridge that suggests one in three people feel overwhelmed by communications technology. The study, commissioned by BT to promote the BT Balanced Communications Diet, looked into the impact of texting,... >>

Bill Gates more influential than Martin Luther King Jnr

Bill Gates more influential than Martin Luther King Jnr

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Bill Gates has topped a top ten list of "world changers", according to Dragon Age 2 publisher Electronic Arts (no, really). A survey of Brits under the age of 25 puts Microsoft founder and chairman Gates at the summit, with Facebook-supremo Mark Zuckerberg... >>

iPad success sees rise of two tablet household

iPad success sees rise of two tablet household

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A recent survey from YouGov highlights the rise of the two tablet household, revealing that nearly 17 per cent of Apple iPad owners state "that there is more than one tablet in their household, either owned by themselves or another family member". If... >>