Google is reportedly set to buy Like.com, a visual search and e-commerce firm, for more than $100m.
UK online search volumes for London-based jobs rose 10%, from 550,000 in March to 673,000 in June, according to Greenlight. The leading search and social marketing agency’s latest quarterly report ‘Recruitment June 2010’, also observed a surge in online searches for career advice, with search volumes for the term ‘Career advice’ soaring from just 14,800 … [Read more…]
Internet services firm Yahoo has launched its Barclays Premier League online highlight service.
Identity-checking experts 192.com have measured the anxieties of online dating, the lies being spun in cyberspace and how spelling mistakes and emoticons can make you look shifty.
Online retailers should not rely on search to drive business, with the latest quarterly survey from IMRG and The British Population Survey showing that the use of social media has increased fourfold in the last two years.
Following the recent news stories that Hackers have stolen more than £600,000 from UK bank accounts since July this year, using a variant of the Zeus banking Trojan, Martino Corbelli, Marketing Director at Star, explains the need for SMEs to adapt to the new security risks emerging every day.
More than 200 Facebook users have reported suspicious behaviour online since the launch of an anti-abuse application last month, according to new figures.
Accessing and downloading content from Facebook and YouTube while at work still accounts for more corporate web activity and bandwidth usage than from any other sites, according to new figures from managed security company, Network Box.
Internet firms Facebook and AOL are discussing a strategic alliance aimed at boosting their online advertisement business, according to a news report.
Channel Five has made a deal with Facebook that means its TV-on-demand platform, ‘Demand Five’, will be embedded into the social-networking site.