Research took USwitch to 30 cities throughout the UK and got people there to have a chat with their Amazon Echo or Google Home.
Who could possibly think that snooker is boring, I thought. Of course, the answer to that question is, well, most people.
Solskjaer challenges United players to bounce back from FA Cup defeat and secure Champions League spot
United need only to avoid defeat in their last two games to guarantee a place in the top four – a feat that was improbable at the start of the year.
Staying cool in the British summer: Have scientists found the perfect material to help us cope with the heat?
Yang Si, Bin Ding and his colleagues at ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces have developed a personal cooling fabric that could efficiently transfer heat away from the body, while also being breathable, water repellent and crucially, easy to make
The first weekend of the return of the Premier League was always going to be a re-education for us all.
The hour-long showcase from Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) was pre-recorded and streamed online – promising us ‘the future of gaming’.
Today, the fitness industry is worth billions globally. But everything recently came to a halt and we have been forced to find new ways to stay active. Are these new methods making us think we can live without gyms? Or is isolated training helping us realise that they offer more than just a place to exercise?
MM spoke to Johnny BaBa, who has been in the barbering world since the age of 11. He moved to Manchester in 2013 where he opened his first Barber Barber store. Not before long, he opened stores in London, Liverpool, Leeds, and Birmingham. Most recently in 2018, Johnny opened a store in Hale, south of Manchester.
Comedians Robin Ince and Josie Long will keep those self-isolating entertained with a new daily festival to be streamed online.
You can run. You can hide. But there is no escaping Lewis Capaldi. No matter how hard you might try.
As An Evening with Whitney rocked up at the Manchester Apollo, there had already been a fair-share of complaining that people had willingly paid up to £70 to see a hologram. MM’s Richard Brown went to see for himself what all the fuss was about…