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The Rise Of Restaurant Apps

As the restaurant industry faces various ongoing challenges to their operations and consumers lacking the ability to go out and eat, a great many Brits have been turning to food delivery apps to help them alleviate the monotony of home cooking. It has been forecasted that the number of home food deliveries made by smartphone users will rise 25.2% to a total of 45.6 million in 2021.

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The Power Of An Office Pet

If there is one thing lockdown has taught us, it’s how valuable our pets are. Our four-legged friends have been Johnny on the spot to cheer us up and alleviate our boredom at every turn. But what about when we get back to normality and must return to the office?

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Best Home Office Designs

With so many of us working from home during this lockdown period, some of you may be looking to work from home full time upon return to normal life. If you want to do that, you’re going to need a home office and we have a few tis laid out below to give some ideas as to what your dream home office will look like.

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Lockdown Game Night – Fun for all the socially distanced workplaces

It doesn’t look like we’ll be having many opportunities for office parties this year, does it? Rather like how we had so few last year. There are some advantages to this, of course, especially if you have a history of getting too drunk and hogging the karaoke machine, but ultimately, given most of us have been so utterly fatigued by this who thing, it would be nice to see some familiar faces in the flesh, and not on a screen in the form of a virtual office party.

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Nintendo Scores Big Through Lockdown

Japanese video game giants, Nintendo, has reported a 541% surge in the company’s net profits during the darkest and least profitable months of the COVID-19 pandemic, defying a worldwide shortage of its Switch consoles and a slender pipeline of in-house games. The year-on-year jump in sales and profits during the April to June quarter was far in excess of what analysts had expected.

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