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Team17 has partnered with Reality Gaming Group to create high quality, low energy consuming, Worms NFT collectibles, giving fans the chance to own a unique piece of video game memorabilia. The limited edition ‘MetaWorms’ NFTs will encompass content from across the 26-year history of the beloved Worms franchise - which has sold 75 million units globally - in the form of unique, generative artwork.

Exclusive data analysis by web design and development agency Rouge Media, reveals the number of lapsed and internet non-users in the UK was at an all-time low at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

However, over 4 million residents were still living offline. In the Government’s 2014 “Digital Inclusion Strategy”, the target was set to ensure everyone who can be digitally capable will be by 2020.

Snapshot Games, in partnership with Saber Minsk, announces that DLC 5: “Kaos Engines,” its upcoming downloadable content for the strategy game, Phoenix Point, will be released on PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Stadia on March 1st, 2022. Kaos Engines will be available to download for all Expansion Pass or Season Pass owners or to purchase a la carte for $4.99 USD.

Birmingham City University retail expert and political commentator Associate Professor Steve McCabe has said that the announcement from telecommunications giants O2 and VirginMedia that EU roaming fees will be waived for UK customers in Europe is ‘welcome’ in the current cost of living crisis, and could lead to businesses and those able to afford breaks in Europe switching providers in significant numbers.

A new way of cleaning our toilets will help save the planet and revolutionise the way we do one of every household’s most unpleasant but necessary tasks. Entrepreneur Kam Mistry has been granted a UK patent for his replacement to the toilet brush - the Shiffter - a hand-held jet wash which allows householders to clean their toilets using a jet of water rather than a brush. 

The news that the once much-loved Blackberry smartphone will stop working this week leaves owners with the question of what to do with their old device. The immediate reaction for too many people these days is to fling it into the bin, but one waste and recycling company suggests owners to look for alternatives for their now redundant devices.

UK waste collection company says that rubbish dumps are already filled with electronic devices which should have gone to recycling.