People walk around with more advanced technology in their pockets then was used for the moon landings!
You may not be able to reach the moon with your smartphone, but it is possible to create an award winning film like Charlotte Prodger who won the 2018 Turner Prize with her film Bridgit.
Smartphones haven’t only just been used to produce short films either, award winning director Steven Soderbergh (Ocean’s trilogy, Erin Brockovich and Traffic) shot Unsane a 98 minute feature film fully on mobile phones, launching mobile phone filmmaking on to the big screen. Unsane grossed...
Pedal power comes to Exmouth later this month as static outdoor dynamo bikes – which can generate enough power to charge up mobile phones - are installed near the seafront.
Exmouth Town Council, East Devon District Council and a local resident have worked together to bring the unique £30,000 exercise bicycles, complete with a shelter, to the town. Not only will the bikes help keep people fit, they will generate electricity too with small lights showing how much power your hard pedalling has produced.
The bicycles, which are being installed in the sunken gardens next to The...
Major mobile networks have confirmed plans to introduce protection for consumers from huge bills run-up on stolen mobiles following Government action.
Under the voluntary agreement, five mobile networks – EE, O2, Three, Virgin Media and Vodafone – will protect around 27 million consumers on pay monthly contracts from being hit with shock bills through no fault of their own. They will all offer consumers a liability cap set at £100 when reported within 24 hours of being lost or stolen to the mobile network and police.
Ed Vaizey, Minister for the Digital Economy, said:...
South west lovers are allowing technology to get in the way of their relationships and sex lives – a Durex survey reveals.
Durex is celebrating annual event, Earth Hour, by encouraging people to not only turn off all lights today but to also switch off their tech, and use the opportunity to reconnect with each other whilst the lights are off.
Earth Hour is an annual event organised by charity, WWF to encourage people around the world to turn off their lights for one hour to celebrate their commitment to the planet.
In August 2013, Furniture Village turns 24 and, in order to celebrate, the UK’s largest independent retailer of its type is commemorating another significant event from 1989 – the invention of the text message. To mark its birthday, Furniture Village is launching a search for each county’s earliest recorded text sent by a member of the Great British public.
The Furniture Village branch in Exeter is calling on the public to search attics, drawers and shoe boxes to dig-out old mobile phones, power them up once more, and find the region’s earliest recorded text. If a person thinks...