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Samsung and Smeg are donating millions of dollars and products to help with the coronavirus pandemic

Samsung, Dyson , Smeg and other brand giants are turning their hands to creating products to help people affected by the coronavirus outbreak.  Dyson, normally known for its impressive products including the best vacuums , has now started making ventilators to support Covid-19 patients. Receiving an order from the British

Samsung and Smeg are donating millions of dollars and products to help with the coronavirus pandemic

Samsung, Dyson , Smeg and other brand giants are turning their hands to creating products to help people affected by the coronavirus outbreak.  Dyson, normally known for its impressive products including the best vacuums , has now started making ventilators to support Covid-19 patients. Receiving an order from the British

Playing video games is officially good for you… according to the World Health Organisation

Gamers, rejoice. A new campaign from 18 gaming industry-leaders is promoting World Health Organization advice to stay indoors and slow the spread of coronavirus, with some even incorporating official advice into gameplay.  Sitting indoors and playing the best video game consoles for prolonged periods of time has long been discouraged

New coronavirus test could instantly detect if you have COVID-19
New coronavirus test could instantly detect if you have COVID-19

Coronavirus tests are in development across the globe, and the latest comes from photonics scientists in Spain who are developing an ultra-sensitive laser sensor that detects COVID-19, via either a nasal or saliva swab, at the earliest point of infection. The group of scientists, called CONVAT, and who are coordinated

Netflix and Instagram release a new self-care series to help young people cope during the coronavirus pandemic

Netflix and Instagram launched a brand new series last week, called Wanna Talk About It?, aiming to help support young people during the coronavirus outbreak.  Some of Netflix’s biggest stars will be taking part in the new series, which includes the stars chatting to mental health professionals about their own

NBC is launching its Peacock streaming service today – here’s what you need to know

Today is the day: Peacock, NBCUniversal’s long-awaited streaming service, launches today for select customers.  The launch is bittersweet: it comes at an unfortunately opportune time, as most people are on lockdown and are looking for more content to consume, especially on Netflix and Hulu (which are two of the best

Motorists set for $6.5bn coronavirus auto insurance refunds – how much can you expect to receive?
Motorists set for $6.5bn coronavirus auto insurance refunds – how much can you expect to receive?

Motorists are set to receive auto insurance refunds of more than $6.5bn as a result of the coronavirus lockdown leading to a significant fall in the number of the auto insurance claims.  Many of the best auto insurance providers have reacted after it was revealed that some parts of America

Mortgages become harder to secure… just as US rates fall back to record lows
Mortgages become harder to secure… just as US rates fall back to record lows

Homebuyers are finding it harder to secure a new mortgage, or refinance to a new mortgage deal, at the very time that US mortgage rates are falling back to record lows. While the coronavirus pandemic means there are currently few people actively looking to buy a new home, there are

Lowe’s launches #BuildThanks campaign to encourage Americans to make DIY thank you signs for frontline workers

Lowe’s has created a new way to thank frontline workers during the coronavirus outbreak. Launching the #BuildThanks campaign on April 6, the home improvement store is asking Americans to get creative with supplies they already have at home to make thank you signs and messages for medical professionals. After creating

Lowe’s launches #BuildThanks campaign to encourage Americans to make DIY thank you signs for frontline workers

Lowe’s has created a new way to thank frontline workers during the coronavirus outbreak. Launching the #BuildThanks campaign on April 6, the home improvement store is asking Americans to get creative with supplies they already have at home to make thank you signs and messages for medical professionals. After creating