British Airways has begun cancelling flights to America over concerns signals from 5G mobile phone masts could endanger the lives of passengers. The UK flag carrier has been forced to axe “a handful” of Boeing 777 services after it emerged that 5G signals could interfere with cockpit altimeters, which measure the aircraft’s height. Altimeters are a crucial piece of equipment ...

The unstoppable rise of the online marketplace model – operated by the likes of Amazon, Expedia and eBay – is driving the largest fundamental shift in consumer spending since the emergence of eCommerce in the 1990s. That is the findings in a new report from OC&C Strategy Consultants. which predicts that by 2025, spending through the leading online marketplaces will overtake the ...

Boris Johnson has declared the end of coronavirus restrictions today as officials step up plans for post-pandemic Britain. Working-from-home guidance and Covid passes will be scrapped from next week although people will still be told to wear facemasks. Whether this remains law or reverts to guidance is still being finalised. Local Covid testing centres will start to be shut down ...

Social media stars including Jodie Marsh and five ex-Love Islanders including Francesca Allen are to be subjected to a name and shame Instagram campaign by the UK’s advertising watchdog for continuing to flout social media marketing rules. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), which issued a final warning to 122 UK-based Instagram influencers over repeatedly failing to tell followers when they ...

Private details of hundreds of debit and credit cards in the UK are being leaked on the dark web every week for as little as £7, cybersecurity researchers have revealed. In the past six months, 74,775 credit and debit cards belonging to people in Britain were put on sale on the dark web, part of the internet that is not ...

Inflation has risen to its highest level in nearly three decades because of a spike in the cost of a range of goods and services, from food and energy to furniture and clothes. The consumer prices index jumped to 5.4 per cent last month compared with the year before, up from 5.1 per cent in November. Economists had expected the ...

Moving to a four-day week with no loss of pay may sound like a dream but for a small group of workers it’s about to become reality. A pilot programme to test the hypothesis that reducing working hours increases productivity for businesses and wellbeing for staff is to be run in Britain. Six companies, including the British arm of the ...

Lloyd’s of London could leave its iconic City of London headquarters after four decades in one of the most consequential signs yet of how companies are reassessing their need for office space. The tower – designed by British architect Richard Rogers and known as the ‘inside-out’ building because its lifts and pipework are on the outside – has been home ...

Christmas and New Year Holidays are on its way and it’s going to be shopping time now! However, sometime during such festival season we need to break out budget to purchase gifts and other festival essentials products. We ended up disturbing our monthly budget, if not planed properly. Hey, wait! Now you can plan your holidays and enjoy festival without ...

It feels inevitable that mobile devices will overtake computers but do you know how soon that might happen? Read this article to find out. Mobile devices are catching up fast Mobile devices have long since become an indispensable part of our lives, and they’re fast overtaking traditional computers because of how advanced they’re becoming. In this article, we’ll be explaining ...