We are now into the final week of January and at the point where New Year’s resolutions are either continued or stopped. Like most, mine was to go to the gym more. Now, I can't say that I enjoy the gym much, as I prefer playing sports such as cricket and football. With this in mind, at the gym, I go by the mantra ‘looking the part to feel the part’ (some may say it’s ‘all the gear, no idea’).
Last week saw the unveiling of the highly anticipated clothing line of French fashion designer Isabel Marant. In a collaboration with high street retailer H&M, many fans were left disappointed when H&M's website crashed due to load.
Today is the launch of the new iPhone and as with all products released by Apple, there has been much hype and fanfare. After the release of iOS7 this week, the anticipation levels for the new iPhone 5S and 5C have been at fever pitch.As is customary with iPhone launches, there have been stories of eager shoppers setting up camp outside flagship Apple stores with the hope of being the first to get their hands on the new items.
My wife is a regular online shopper and is a little more tech savvy than the average shopper. She’s heard me “banging on” about website performance for long enough that she knows that when one browser doesn’t work she should try another, or use a different PC (as a geek household we have several!)We’ve used Asda’s Click and Collect service since it started in our area and have used their Home Delivery service for several years.