The evolution of TV

Until the early 1990s digital television broadcasting was thought to be impractical and costly to implement. It soon became clear, however, that to accommodate fast-growing demand for improved quality of signal and a broader range of broadcasters, all-digital technology was a must, beginning with satellite and cable television services. Digital…

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If it seems too good to be true…

Online used-car classified sites are growing in popularity as consumer confidence in the concept of buying a car online steadily improves. Perhaps inevitably, criminal elements from overseas are becoming switched on to the opportunity to make a fast and easy buck, using online classifieds to ‘sell’ cars that don’t exist.…

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Lies, damned lies, and statistics

It’s been announced this week that new car registrations increased by 10.8% in 2013. According to the figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), 2,264,737 cars were registered in December, marking 22 consecutive months of growth, which has made the UK Europe’s second largest market for…

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2013: Adapting to change

The pace of technological advance is ceaseless. Throughout 2013 there have been landmark alterations to the way in which we find things through search engines as well as some less reported but no less significant alterations to technology in general. Chief among these changes to the way in which we…

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