Month: <span>March 2021</span>

Some people are always trying to find new ways to con each other out of money, from unscrupulous used car salesmen ‘clocking’ the mileage on their motors to internet hackers sending out phishing emails to unsuspecting consumers.

And then there are good old-fashioned phone scams, so here are the top five to look out for and avoid…

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The beta of the new Apple update iOS 14.5 is available for download. The improved version of the operating system should bring innovative features for iPhones and iPads. Here is a summary…

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The UK has been the  fifth largest investor in Bulgaria over the last decade, and this has seen bilateral trade between the two countries treble.

There are a number of UK companies successfully operating in Bulgaria to take advantage of its position at the crossroads of Europe, Turkey, the Middle East, Russia and he former Soviet republics.

Although there are plenty of daily, direct flights between the two countries, there are times when you’ll just want to touch base with colleagues or clients without having to make the trip out there. And current Covid-19 restrictions mean that travel is not permitted between the UK and Bulgaria.

And the easiest, most cost-effective way of doing this is to set up a teleconference or conference call – all you need is a landline or mobile phone.

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At the turn of the century, the very idea of a smartphone would have seemed like science fiction – although we had basic camera phones and video calling by then, not many of us really expected that the tech would explode so rapidly that we’d all be carrying small, powerful computers around with us every day.

And no one would have predicted how much we’d come to rely on them. We use our smartphones for pretty much everything now – banking, taking photos, monitoring fitness levels, keeping up with the news, posting to social media, and – sometimes – making phone calls.

But do our smartphones know too much personal information? And are we doing enough to protect all that sensitive data?


If everything goes as planned, we’re currently in the final months of lockdown and we’ll be back to normal sometime in June. But even if our everyday lives get back to normal, there’s a good chance that the pandemic will have permanently changed the way many of us work.

Working from home was booming across the UK even before lockdown – around 40% of new companies registered are believed to be run from home.

Anyone who’s had to suddenly work from home for long periods will confirm that it can be tricky staying motivated. And that’s before you consider the amount of distractions there are around the home.

If you’re a home worker suffering from a severe lack of self-discipline, here are some top tips to keep motivated.

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