After years of debate over which browser is best, the industry has finally reached a consensus: Google Chrome is more widely used than Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Business leaders looking to improve the quality of their customers’ digital experience agree they do not know where to start, according to research.
Adobe has linked up its electronic signature platform with its Marketing Cloud platform, in a bid to make it easier for marketing and e-commerce to produce a “paperless experience”.
Karaoke technology firm Sunfly is marking its 25th Anniversary with the launch of streaming service which will allow every household in the UK to access its karaoke library through their tablets, laptops, smart phones and TVs.
Google’s parent company Alphabet has reported a 17% rise in quarterly revenue after strong advertising sales on mobile devices – but it’s so-called moonshoots experiments are eating into profits.
A digital divide is opening up across the British economy, with just over half (55%) of “pioneer” firms adopting digital technologies and processes, while the other half (45%) are falling behind. This is according to new research by the CBI and international technology and consulting firm, IBM.
Brits are 63% more likely to open an email with an emoji accompanying the subject line, ahead of US and other European couterparts, according to new research.
As Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 90th birthday, Qing Wang, Professor of Marketing and Innovation at Warwick Business School, reveals five reasons why she is a distinct advantage for UK business following her recent research of Chinese consumers in 13 cities covering five regions of China.
Alphabet, Google’s parent company, has plans to build its own smart city, according to a new report.
Digital agency Cyber-Duck is creating a website for the new £5 polymer (plastic) banknote for the Bank of England.