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‘Double screening’ – 80% now regularly tweet, text or browse whilst watching TV

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Millions of Brits are ‘double screening’ – by watching television, while playing computer games or texting and tweeting from a mobile phone or iPad at the same time, a new study has  revealed. Researchers found that our love of interacting and sharing with others during TV shows mean eight in ten Brits now use a [...]


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Posted by Ben Harrow

Death of Handwriting

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The average person hasn’t written by hand for 41 days, it has been revealed. The full extent to which technology has taken over our lives was revealed in a study of 2,000 Brits – one in three hasn’t had cause to hand write anything properly for over six months. Gone are the days of handwritten [...]


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Posted by James Coleman

Face Crooks

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Eight out of ten Brits admit their social networking profiles are ‘fake’, it emerged yesterday. A study of 2,000 people found the average Facebook user carefully composes their profile – falsely painting a picture of an exciting social life, sophisticated tastes and glamorous photos. But 80 per cent confessed they have doctored photographs, linked to articles [...]


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Posted by James Coleman

British Women Use Dr Google

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One in four British women has misdiagnosed themselves on the internet – then bought the wrong product in an attempt to cure themselves, a study revealed yesterday. Researchers found Dr Google is now the first port of call for women with genuine health concerns who are almost twice as likely to check online before consulting [...]


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Posted by James Coleman

Online vs. face-to-face

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Negative opinions of people are formed twice as quickly online than in face-to-face meeting, it emerged yesterday. A study found it takes us just five and half minutes after seeing an online profile or photo to form an opinion. But following a face-to-face meeting it can take as long as nine and a half minutes [...]


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