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Sky unveils new streaming TV Sky Glass

Sky unveils new streaming TV Sky Glass

Sky unveils new streaming TV Sky Glass

Sky has unveiled Glass, a new streaming TV with Sky services and other apps built in that requires no satellite dish or box.


'59.6 million nuggets for my friends': how Twitter responded to Facebook blackout

'59.6 million nuggets for my friends': how Twitter responded to Facebook blackout

'59.6 million nuggets for my friends': how Twitter responded to Facebook blackout

As Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp plunged into darkness, social media fans took to Twitter with some comical consequences.


New recruits join broadband team

New recruits join broadband team

New recruits join broadband team

A locally-based new broadband provider has unveiled its new team as it prepares to connect its first customers in the area.


Pregnant man among new 2021 emojis

Pregnant man among new 2021 emojis

Pregnant man among new 2021 emojis

A new proposed release of 2021 emojis includes a pregnant man and a gender-neutral person wearing a crown.


Can I leave my child home alone?

Can I leave my child home alone?

Can I leave my child home alone?

With hundreds of children off school in isolation and six weeks of holiday coming up, the NSPCC has advice for parents trying to make a decision.


Electrical goods will now be cheaper and easier to fix

Electrical goods will now be cheaper and easier to fix

Electrical goods will now be cheaper and easier to fix

Appliances including washing machines and dishwashers will be cheaper and easier to fix under new 'right to repair' law, in force.


First £50 note featuring face of Alan Turing issued

First £50 note featuring face of Alan Turing issued

First £50 note featuring face of Alan Turing issued

The first £50 note showing the face of early computing pioneer Alan Turing has been issued on what would have been his birthday.


Food bank parcels to include SIM cards

Food bank parcels to include SIM cards

Food bank parcels to include SIM cards

Mobile phone SIM cards, loaded with data, free calls and texts, are to be distributed with emergency food packages.


How to avoid a £5,000 fine when loading the car this summer

How to avoid a £5,000 fine when loading the car this summer

How to avoid a £5,000 fine when loading the car this summer

Incorrectly loading the car for a family holiday or day trip this summer could land you with a hefty fine or invalidate your insurance. Here's why:


Fraudsters ready to exploit easing of lockdown

Fraudsters ready to exploit easing of lockdown

Fraudsters ready to exploit easing of lockdown

Those keen to book holidays, days out or concert tickets as lockdown restrictions ease should be alert to scams and fraudulent deals say experts.


How to stream a summer of top TV

How to stream a summer of top TV

How to stream a summer of top TV

From new blockbuster movies to much-talked about shows and documentaries, streaming services have some exciting plans for viewers.


What is screen stacking and are you guilty of it?

What is screen stacking and are you guilty of it?

What is screen stacking and are you guilty of it?

Scientists are warning of the dangers of 'screen stacking' and the impact it can have on our family's health. But what is it?


Beware fraud and scams during Covid-19 pandemic

Beware fraud and scams during Covid-19 pandemic

Beware fraud and scams during Covid-19 pandemic

How to stay safe online and avoid falling for coronavirus scams


Beware fraud and scams during Covid-19 pandemic

Beware fraud and scams during Covid-19 pandemic

Beware fraud and scams during Covid-19 pandemic

How to stay safe online and avoid falling for coronavirus scams


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