Apple's iPhone 5S in gold is the UK's most popular mobile handset, reaching first place in a top ten chart created by uSwitch.com. Despite costing at least £37 a month and offering just 16 GB of storage, the golden model is the latest in a line of Apple creations to have topped the chart since March 2013.
Accessing the internet via mobile devices is more popular than ever before, having more than doubled between 2010 and 2013. Findings by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have highlighted that 53 per cent of adults now use their mobile phones to get online.
Women are increasingly turning to technology in the form of tablet PCs, with the takeup among females now higher than it is among males. A study by YouGov has highlighted that more women in the UK own a tablet than men.
In a fast-paced city environment, multitasking can be key to effective time management, so imagine how extra-useful a pair of warming gloves would become if they had built-in telephone connectivity. Imagine no more - the innovative gadget has been created by O2 as part of a gadget recycling initiative.