consumers

'There is nothing special on Black Friday... I think it is hogwash!'
Modern consumers are different beasts to their/our parents' generation. The way bills are paid, taxis booked, newspapers read and even birthday cards sent has changed and barring the occasional retro experience, we are not looking back.
For the last two weeks I have been engaged in providing commentary on Consumer Rights, following the Ryanair flight cancellations
Soon every device you own – and almost every imaginable object – will be connected.
How businesses adapt to serve you and your Digital Family will vary by sector. For example, banks will be looking to cut operating costs by moving their customers to self-serve online or via apps, so it is in their best interest to reassure you about cyber security if you're an Anxious Anderson and they will make it easy for the Analogue Alis.
Personal experience will answer that question! Last year my wife & I were travelling in France, when she became very seriously ill. In the middle of the night I had to rush her to the emergency department of the local hospital, whereupon she was seen immediately by the doctors on duty.
The UK currently has a doom and gloom attitude towards AI, thanks to TV, film, and regular AI failure news stories. To thoroughly ensure the public feel confident and embrace this technology, the businesses which manufacture, sell, use and promote AI must thoroughly test the quality of the software behind all AI devices to protect against hackers, threats or indeed, robots turning on us and destroying human life.
The shocking scenes in the video showing a passenger being dragged off a 'full' internal US flight, while his fellow passengers
Recent figures show that prices in the UK are now rising at an annual rate of more than 3%, brought on by the vote for Brexit
We often hear about the "broken" energy market, yet competition is increasing and it is delivering benefits for consumers.