78% of construction workers use their smartphone at work – how crucial is it to YOUR business?
The average British worker spends as many as 120 hours per year using their smartphones in the workplace, and those working in construction are among the worst culprits, according to research. Research of 2,012 UK adults carried out by gadgets and technology retailer, LaptopsDirect.co.uk, has revealed more than three quarters (78%) of construction workers admit to […]Read More
Over half of drivers aged 25-34 use their mobiles while driving
A new survey by Brake, the road safety charity, and Direct Line reveals around half of drivers aged between 25 and 34 are taking huge risks by texting, using apps or going online on their mobiles when they are behind the wheel. More than half (55%) of 25-34 year old drivers questioned admitted they had […]Read More
Dependence on smartphones is changing our bathroom habits
New research shows that our increasing dependence on smartphones is changing our bathroom habits. 42% of adults now take something into the toilet with them to pass the time, of which 24% take a smartphone in particular – according to Association of Plumbing and Heating Contractors (APHC). 1,000 homeowners across England and Wales were questioned to reveal that […]Read More
How installers can get the most from smart devices
As smart devices become more and more popular, there’s a real risk that installers are missing out on the opportunity to work more efficiently. Keld van Schreven looks at how installers can get the most from smart devices, saving them time and making money. Within the past ten years, everything has entered the ‘smart’ age. What started […]Read More