With the 10th June deadline fast approaching, The Lovie Awards is seeking entries to honour the best of the internet across Europe, from online ads and video to mobile apps and social media.
Facebook is changing the way it runs its Trending Topics feed, following accuastions that the social network is deliberatley excluding right wing politcal subjects from its charts.
Chinese government employees are inserting millions of deceptive messages into the streams of real social networks, to divert citizens’ attention from adverse or embarrassing news, according to new research.
As George Osborne claims that the UK will plunge into a self-inflicted year-long recession, resulting in the loss of over half a million jobs, CEOs of some of the fastest-growing UK companies discuss how a potential Brexit could impact on businesses.
Car-hailing app Uber has begun testing a self-driving vehicle in a move that threatens to further disrupt the taxi industry.
The vast majority of marketing organisations have begun to significantly accelerate efforts to adopt advanced attribution methods, to the tune of a surveyed 78 percent committed to deploying cross-channel attribution within the next two years, according to a new survey.
The UK government is developing a digital driving licence, according to new reports.
Poorly organised information can waste businesses time and money, and result in decisions being made on incomplete data. With numerous platforms available for data to be sourced/saved, what do businesses need to do to combat this issue and use it positively to increase growth? Kieran Saunders, senior business solutions consultant, FileMaker discusses whether scattered information is destroying a business…
In a bid to manage the sheer scale of IoT devices, organisations are failing to consider not just the security implications, but also the human risk. Paul German, VP EMEA, Certes Networks insists that overlooking security could fundamentally undermine the entire IoT evolution.
Google’s AI has been set loose on 11,000 unpublished books, including 3,000 steamy romance titles, in a bid to produce more naturalistic sounding vocabulary. As a result, the machine produced some surprisingly abstract and melancholy poetry.