Seems to be a theme lately
A quarter of UK businesses are gambling with the continuity of their business by not having any form of a disaster recovery plan in place, according to new research.
15 per cent of Brits have tried to destroy frustrating gear
Technology knowledge is so bad in the UK that 15 per cent of adults have reached the end of their tether and tried to destroy the frustrating device.
Powering off Putin
It looks like the British are getting a little miffed at Russian hacking and random murders and have been practicing cyberwar games that could shut off electricity in Russia's capital.
Expensive phone freezes
British Apple fanboys who emptied their bank accounts to buy Apple’s hugely overpriced gadget are finding that it cannot handle the cold British weather.
They are monkeying around over racism and terror
A group of British MP’s have had a good moan about social media networks not doing enough to remove illegal and extremist material posted on their sites, and for not preventing it appearing in the first place.
Michael Gove was too insecure
The UK government has banned Apple's iWatch from its government Cabinet meetings because they can be easily knocked over by the Russians.
What do you mean you expect supply and demand?
Great things were expected when OnePlus 3 announced that it was finally doing away with invitations and abandoning its queuing system. But it turns out that it might have been better for the British to queue.
Not something to be Cavalier about
The UK government is carrying on its quest to drag the UK to the Victorian era by insisting the p*rn sites force users to confirm that they are old enough to watch the stuff.
Let anyone in
My backbench is revolting