Are gadgets boosting or busting bedroom relationships?
New research has revealed how using technology in the bedroom is in fact encouraging couples to spend more quality time together, busting the common suggestion that tech is damaging relationships.
Top five most popular fitness technologies
An ever increasing range of health and fitness focused technologies are enabling a new generation of people to achieve their fitness goals. According to a survey of 1,076 UK adults, carried out by LaptopsDirect.co.uk, more than 1 in 3 (37%) of those who have challenged themselves to get fitter during 2019 believe that their choice of tech products is helping them reach their goals.
Tech is connecting Brits with nature
While time spent unplugged might be just what we need to improve health, wellbeing and happiness, paradoxically new technologies and gadgets are actually leading to Brits spending more time outside than ever before.
Britain’s pets have just got a new best friend
Pets in Britain are now being entertained and fed by the latest smart technology according to new research. The survey of 1,007 UK adults carried out by gadgets and technology e-tailer, LaptopsDirect.co.uk, revealed that 48% of British pet owners have invested in technology specifically for their four-legged friends.
UK households are a gadget graveyard
UK Households are full of broken gadgets collecting dust, according to new research. The survey of 1,007 UK adults carried out by gadgets and technology e-tailer, LaptopsDirect.co.uk, revealed that the average UK household is currently hording £2,460 of broken technology and gadgets.
Bedtime stories go digital
BEDTIME stories are experiencing a boom in popularity amongst UK families, thanks to gadgets such as tablets and iPads according to new research. The survey of 1,009 British parents carried out by gadgets and technology e-tailer, LaptopsDirect.co.uk, found that 69% of UK families have used gadgets and technology for bedtime stories with their children.
Brits turns to smart tech to protect their smart homes
Households in the UK are increasingly turning to smart technology to protect their homes, according to new research. The survey of 2,001 British adults carried out by gadgets and technology e-tailer, LaptopsDirect.co.uk, found that more than a third of Brits (31%) are using some form of smart security gadget in their home. Perhaps not surprisingly, cost was an important factor when it comes to the increasing uptake of security technolog...
Report outlines the role of technology in child development
According to a new report by gadgets and technology e-tailer, LaptopsDirect.co.uk, more than half (54%) of parents are worried that their child will start school behind their peers if they don’t have any interaction with technology at home.
Could you be missing out on the latest smart tech features?
According to a new consumer technology report, a quarter of Brits are not using gadgets to their full potential and face missing out on the latest smart features despite their gadgets being capable of advanced functions.