The UK uses more mobile data than any other country and also has one of the highest percentages of smartphone owners globally, Ofcom has said.
Around 300,000 additional households could be forced into fuel poverty within weeks, according a lobby group.
There are now more than five million individual barcodes in use around the world, according to regulator GS1 UK.
London buses are to start accepting contactless payments from Thursday.
Passengers on the city's 8,500 vehicles will be able to buy tickets by swiping a credit, debit or charge card by an NFC (near field communication) reader.
Interest margins have widened considerably since 2008 and lenders have tightened their loan terms. How can borrowers reduce the burden? Robert Harris reports
The EU has finally approved the state-aided project that is intended to bring super-fast broadband to rural Britain.
Almost half (46%) of first time buyers are considering turning to shared equity and shared ownership schemes to enable them to buy their first home, according to latest research from Lloyds TSB. Of these, one in four (26%) said affordable housing schemes were their only option for getting onto the property...
First-time buyers will make up 25% of prospective buyers next year – well short of the...
In Roskilde, QR (Quick Response) codes on stones embedded at some graves can be scanned by smartphones for more information on the deceased, including text, audio and video.
The NUS says students are paying twice as much for a university room as they were a decade ago.
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