1 in 5 British people would rather live in a virtual reality world to escape the nightmare of Brexit and Trump according to our survey Geekzonia. Wanting to visit exciting, extreme or fantasy locations was another reason for wanting to live in an alternative dimension, with Mars, Gotham City and Mordor listed as key examples.
Over 60 children die in the home every year but a quarter of parents have no first aid training according to research for Channel Mum. The survey of 2,000 parents found that an alarming 1 in 5 parents have found themselves in the situation where their child needed urgent first aid.
Don’t you hate it when all your friends are in a relationship and you’re not? There are two choices, stay home alone or you third-wheel. Meet Third Wheel Kevin, Deliveroo’s latest campaign for their valentine’s offer for this “tragic” social group….
How often do you take a selfie and what do you do with it? Post it to social media and wait for the likes to flood in, no doubt. Well, a new report commissioned by Sony Mobile looks at the future of the humble selfie and its potential future applications.
How often does your child use a smartphone or tablet? What do you do to monitor their usage? Our international research for Intel looks at the challenges facing families as usage of internet connected devices increases.
More women are aspiring to own their business than men, our survey for cloud accounting provider, Free Agent has found. In fact, 56% of women hope to become their own boss compared to 52% of men. 11% of women even plan to set up their own business in the next 12 months.
Who’s more generous; the United States of America or the United Kingdom? Bad news, UK. Uncle Sam’s got this one. The American public considers themselves to be more charitable and our research for the Wings for Life World Run confirms it.
51% of Monopoly games end in a row, our survey for Hasbro has revealed, with most of the quarrels most likely caused by people making up the rules as they…
The average UK adult will say I’m Fine 14 times a week but only 19% will really mean it according to our survey for The Mental Health Foundation. The survey was commissioned as part of the charity’s I’m Fine campaign which urges people to be more open and honest about mental health.
Christmas is coming. Time to lie to your kids. ‘Santa is watching’ has been revealed as the most common lie parents tell their kids. This was followed closely by ‘we’ll see’ and ‘we’re almost there’. The threat of a lack of presents from Father Christmas was used by 62% of parents to keep their children’s behaviour under control.