• Best Electronics for Christmas

    Christmas is almost here, and there are millions of people beginning to panic at the thought of so little time in which to purchase those last-minute gifts. However, it shouldn’t be hard to find something really special, as the range of electronics for Christmas this year is truly remarkable. There are some electronic gadgets that are expected to cause a [...]

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The Taste of Italy with Lavazza

The Taste of Italy with Lavazza

Lavazza coffee is something of an institution in Italy. The Turin based company have long provided coffee lovers from all over the world with the precision and finery of expertly roasted espresso beans. Now, you can recreate the taste of Italy in your own home thanks to the range of products and accessories inspired by the booming European coffee culture

The Best Printers on the Market

The Best Printers on the Market

Whether you are in business, a student, an amateur photographer or head a busy family; the value of a hard working printer cannot be overstated. Different people have different printing needs, but whatever your needs may be; there are plenty of models available to suit your needs.

How to Maintain Good Customer Service Without Spending a Fortune

How to Maintain Good Customer Service Without Spending a Fortune

Every successful business and organisation should be able to rely on cost effective and dependable phone networks and communications. In order to bring a company together with its clients and customers, the ability to make regular conference calls is an essential. Thankfully, this does not have to be expensive. Companies such as Talkyoo are renowned for providing secure networks and [...]

At 15, Google revisits past, eyes future

At 15, Google revisits past, eyes future

Google celebrated its 15th birthday Thursday with a trip down memory lane, and an update to the search engine formula which helped spawn the tech giant.

EU says school children lack e-learning facilities

EU says school children lack e-learning facilities

With 63 percent of Europe’s nine-year-olds in schools missing vital digital equipment, the European Commission launched a vast plan Wednesday to promote e-learning from primary school to universities.

Iraqi envoy ducks Iran exiles questions in online chat

Iraqi envoy ducks Iran exiles questions in online chat

Iraq’s new ambassador to the United States Wednesday repeatedly dodged questions about a mass killing at an Iraqi camp hosting Iranian exiles during his first online Twitter chat since taking up his post in July.

Universities join online education revolution

Universities join online education revolution

Dozens of British universities began offering free online courses on Wednesday through a collective portal, joining a global trend started in the United States that opens higher education to the masses.

Dell shareholders approve deal to take company private

Dell shareholders approve deal to take company private

Shareholders of Dell approved Thursday a proposal led by company founder Michael Dell to take the iconic computer company private.

Yahoo CEO fears defying NSA could mean prison

Yahoo CEO fears defying NSA could mean prison

Yahoo chief Marissa Mayer said she feared winding up in prison for treason if she refused to comply with US spy demands for data.

EU unveils major telecom reforms, end to roaming charges

EU unveils major telecom reforms, end to roaming charges

The European Commission adopted controversial telecom sector reforms Wednesday which it said would create a ‘fully connected’ Europe and include an end to hugely unpopular mobile phone roaming charges.