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Boiler Could Kill You

You Could Die From Your Boiler This Summer

In the warmer months of the year there are a range of potential hazards that come with the summer weather. However, many people would not realise that fatal carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning from your boiler is one of them.
Fuel Price Rise

Beating the Fuel Pump Price Rises

In case you were wondering: no, it’s not just you, fuel prices have actually seen a recent and dramatic increase. The RAC reported that in May 2018, fuel prices role by 6p per litre, which is the largest monthly increase that they have ever reported in 18 years. It is more important now than ever to be watchful about how much you are spending on fuel. So what is the best way to monitor this?
Photocopier Printers Declining

Photocopier and Printer Market Faces a Declining Future

Printing and photocopying businesses face "challenging" times says the market leader HP Inc. CEO Dion Weisler in November 2016 after sales shrunk by 12%. In 2017 HP stemmed the downturn due in part to the $1+ Billion acquisition on Samsung Printers but this may only serve to delay the effects by resuscitating a declining business model.
GALILEO Europe GPS

Brexit Excludes The UK From The EU’s Galileo GPS

As a result of Brexit, there has been an array of side-effects, including the UK being shut out of the EU’s Galileo satellite system contracts. Galileo is a multi-billion dollar satellite constellation project which intends to rival the Global Positioning System, which is controlled by the US. The aim is for it to be operational by 2020.
Ai Credit Card Fraud

E-Commerce Merchants Use Artificial Intelligence to Protect Against Fraud

SIX Payment Services, an e-commerce merchant services provider, recently announced a groundbreaking innovation in protection against fraud that utilises artificial intelligence (AI). This Ai commerce platforms in the near future.
Fuji Xerox deal blocked

Rebel Investors Block Fuji’s takeover of US Photocopier Manufacturer Xerox

Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason have succeeded in temporarily blocking Fujifilm's takeover of troubled photocopier company Xerox Corp and in the process ousted Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson and six more members of the board. Darwin Deason successfully won an NY court injunction blocking Fujifilm from purchasing Xerox last week. Fujifilm issued a statement on Wednesday 2nd May 2018 saying they would appeal against the decision...
Acoustic Double-Glazing

New Breakthrough in Acoustic Double-Glazing

Acoustic glass windows are becoming more and more sophisticated, and in recent releases from window manufacturers there has been a breakthrough in standard. The future promises better sound insulation in our homes, thanks to acoustic, sound wave absorbing technology...
Perovsite Solar Cell

A New and Revolutionary Advancement in Solar Cell Technology

As the world’s supply of fossil fuels diminishes, investing in and researching ways to efficiently implement sustainable energy sources is becoming increasingly critical. Solar energy, which utilises the powerful energy emitted from the sun’s rays, is an evolving technology. We are discovering better ways to harness the abundant light energy into a usable power source...
Growth in Franking Machines

Franking Industry Unexpectedly Forecasts Growth

The franking industry is seeing a resurgence in growth say two of the main manufacturers FP and Pitney Bowes. You could be forgiven for thinking this old-fashioned industry would fade out in a world of digital communication and email, yet quite the opposite is true...
fibre optic telephone network

BT announce the end of Analogue Telephone Networks

BT Openreach have announced that they are aiming to transition all telephone lines in the UK from Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) by 2025. In the next decade, we will witness the fall of landlines as they are replaced by digital, fibre networks...
Fuji Xerox

Better Off Apart? The New Fuji Xerox

In a controversial move, Fujifilm revealed earlier this year that they would be taking control of Xerox with a $6.1 billion deal. This caused a stir amongst shareholders, who were not all too welcoming of this announcement...