Last week, Microsoft unveiled the latest version of its market leading web browser. Richard Edwards, an Ovum principal analyst, looks at whether it cuts the mustard with IT managers.
Microsoft has unveiled a public beta test of its next web browser, Internet Explorer 9 this week.
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Twitter is now a ‘destination website’ and that means it is gunning for Facebook, but cleverly avoiding a direct dogfight. It’s more an information network than a social network and so is offering much, much more. Tanya Goodin, CEO of search and social conversion agency Tamar comments”
Twitter is set to launch a new version of its micro-blogging platform, incorporating picstures and video posted by users into its feed.
Mobile texts can be one of the most personal forms of marketing.. so how do you avoid turing off consumers? Txtlocal provides their top 10 tips to help you’re business stay ahead of the competition.
Consumerchoices.co.uk, a leading provider of comparison sites and services, has launched a telecoms comparison service in partnership with PriceRunner.co.uk.
Does Google’s new instant search tool mean the end of SEO as we know it? Search engine optimisation company QueryClick argues why the pessimists have it wrong”
Does Google’s new instant search tool mean the end of SEO as we know it? Search engine optimisation company QueryClick argues why the pessimists have it wrong…
On the eve of the IBC Conference in Amsterdam Louise Kavanagh, Managing Director of the digital TV data specialists Apogee takes a step back as the UK approaches the final months of the digital switchover.