Video sharing site YouTube is in talks to buy US web video producer Next New Networks, according to US reports.
Video games ranked by what gamers are looking forward to buying next.
Net Communities, digital publisher of ITProPortal and THINQ, has expanded with the acquisition of technology, gadget and gaming review site ITReviews.
Facebook is updating its profile page, claiming the changes will make it easier for users to ‘tell their story’ to their friend on the social network.
Google plans to crack down on pirated content, pledging to remove material which infringes copyright from its main search service “within 24 hours”.
Temperatures expected to drop below -20 with severe weather warnings for the next two weeks issued by the Met Office. More and more companies are struggling to keep their offices open and it couldn’t come at a worse time as the UK economy gears up for Christmas.
Mobile Games revenues are set to reach $11bn by 2015, with more players opting to buy games while playing the free version, according to new research.
Online video service SeeSaw has launched a new “NonStop” feature, giving viewers the choice to either watch their programmes free with adverts or pay a small fee to enjoy uninterrupted viewing.
Women follow their emotions when it comes to choosing online video content, with cute and happy videos becoming the de-stressing therapy of choice, according to new research.
YouTube is trialing a new service called ‘Topics on Search’, giving viewers examples of related searches.