Google has accused Microsoft of plagiarising its search results, and is challenging the software giant to reveal how it is using data collected from users to determine results for its own Bing service.
How will our digital media use have changed by the end of this year? Natalie Gross, Managing Partner at online marketing firm Amaze, offers 10 key predictions for 2011.
Nearly all Children over 11 have their own mobiles, while they spend 50 minutes online a day, according to a new poll looking into Children’s screen habits.
LinkedIn is reportedly planning planning to update its technology to allow marketers to target ads based on factors including users’ job titles, location and age.
There has been a marked decrease in the cost of a megabit, with Brits paying on average just half the amount they were paying in early 2008 for their bandwidth, according to new research.
AOL has posted higher than expected profits, despite the burden of restucting costs following its separation from Time Warner.
Callcredit Information Group has acquired digital marketing agency Latitude Digital Marketing.
More people over the age of 55 use the internet now than people under 25, according to the latest research report from the British Population Survey.
Google has launched a new site that offers virtual tours using Street View technology, the ability to build private collections and ultra-high resolution images.
This week, the last of the world’s 4.3 billion IP addresses based on its standard IPv4 platform were allocated. So what does this mean for you and your business? Sebastien Lahtinen, co-founder of independent broadband news site, thinkbroadband.com, explains the growing importance of the new IPv6 address system, and why you should check your technology … [Read more…]