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5 reasons why storyline games are so popular

If there’s one thing that’s better than playing an amazing game is playing one that has an epic storyline that sticks with you for a long time after you finish playing it. There are many types of games available in this day and age, from simple smartphone games to casino games, video games and even VR games, but the one thing they all have in common that takes them to the next level is the story. If you think back...

What’s on in London this winter?

As you’d expect, London’s a year round city. So while the summer might have its standout events like the Chelsea Flower Show and Wimbledon there’s plenty for everyone going on throughout the winter months too. Some events are outdoors and some under cover. But even if there’s another “Beast from the East” waiting in the wings to take us all by surprise again all you have to do is wrap up warm and you’ll be ready to enjoy them all....

Online gaming – and role of the UK economy

Before the Spacewar, the computers were kept in the large wooden cabinets of the living rooms and have very less to entertain its users. However, after the start of the 1960s, computers were installed at MIT and students were let to mess with them. The term “hacker” came to birth, being a modern cracker of the security systems. Video revolution At the very moment, a new form of the computer was made at MIT named PDP-1. These computers were compact...

Win a Fellowes productivity-boosting office makeover

The London Economic (TLE) and office product specialists Fellowes are teaming up to offer one lucky company the ultimate productivity-boosting prize… an ergonomic office equipment bundle. Is your office making you less productive? Equipment poor? Uncomfortable at your desk? All of the above? Well, you’re not alone. According to Fellowes’ Productivity in 2018 report, 60% of office workers believe their business has productivity issues with the average worker being un-productive for an hour and a half every day. Not only...

Top Mobile Games and Apps for Feeding Your World Cup Mania

We’re one week into the biggest ever televised event in history, and most of the world is struck with relentless football fever. It goes without saying that anyone serious about following the matches should make use of the official FIFA app, but if you’re looking for some additional World Cup apps to keep you preoccupied and entertained throughout the summer then here are a few of the most popular downloads amongst football fans. World Cup Quiz 2018 Test your World...

All about Online Tournaments

Online gaming in the UK has always been a popular pastime for many people, and with the tournament element, the experience is heightened ten-fold. Thanks to numerous online tournaments, gamers are able to show off their skills against fellow players and stand in line to win some incredible rewards. There are many options for playing tournaments online, including one of the most popular WSOP/888 Poker, which draws players and fans from the UK, across Europe andthroughout the world. One of...

Discovering the secrets of Lake Como beyond the glitz and glamour

Lake Como is a wonderfully ostentatious playground for the obscenely rich and glamorous. But beyond the pizazz there is rustic, mysterious charm; even for those without the personal GDP of a small Pacific island. It’s easy to imagine Lake Como as a Knighstbridge-on-the-lake. A soulless den of laundered money pumped into multi-million pound villas, ghostly-empty for most of the year. An area seemingly only suitable for day-trippers and the hyper-rich. But, like Knightsbridge, there’s a reason people want to hide...

Restaurant Review: Sophie’s Steakhouse, Soho

If you’re going to insist on opening a restaurant specialising in one specific dish, it’s a matter of good manners to do that one thing properly. As a result, I’m constantly flummoxed at the news of so many London steakhouses celebrating double-figure anniversaries. To order a steak in a non-specialist restaurant can seem like a cop out; generally included on menus as the sole reserve of the unadventurous, “well-done please”, picky eater. But when done well, in the right setting,...

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