The BBC has announced plans to make its popular iPlayer online video platform available for International users, for a fee.
Google has launched a new tool that allows searchers to see previews of websites before clicking on them in the results page.
The Queen has launched a Facebook page for the British Monarchy, attracting over 100,000 ‘likes’ in its first day.
Data from the comScore Ad Metrix service has revealed that Adaptive Affinity ranked as the top online display advertiser amongst financial companies.
Media firm TigerSpike, has worked with The Times to develop the new iPad app for the newspaper’s monthly science magazine, Eureka.
Advertising is beginning to pay off for Google’s YouTube, and it has now has served 500 million views of its paid Promoted Videos, a service it launched less than two years ago.
Climbers at the top of Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak, will now be able to make video calls and surf the Internet on their mobile phones, a Nepalese telecom group claims.
River Island has added videos to its new website to help bring its online experience closer to that of shoppers in-store.
Greater Manchester Police have completed a Twitter hashtag campaign, as a means of protesting Government cutbacks by revealing the sheer number of incidents they face in a single day.
Google has developed cars that can drive themselves, testing seven such automobiles on 140,000 miles across the roads of America, in a move that could one day revolutionise the transport industry.