Best Buy has launched a Facebook shop for UK web users following on from the opening of its online store on November 4th.
Brightcove has launched an office in Australia, as the online video platform contuinues its global expansion.
Facebook has launched a next-generation online messaging service that gives the user a Facebook.com email addresses, in a move seen as a shot across the bow of Google, Yahoo! and Microsoft.
Google has given all of its 23,000 employees a pay hike, in a bid to stem defections to rival technology companies such as Facebook, according to a report.
AOL is testing a new version of its email system, dubbed ‘Project phoenix’, which aims to bring together a number of communication formats, including social media, texts and emails, into a one-stop media platform.
Online shoppers in the UK are expected to spend £162 billion per year on products via the internet by the end of 2020. This burgeoning market is one that small businesses should not ignore. Thomas Vollrath, CEO, 123-Reg offers a guide to getting the most out of this Christams.
Facebook is now worth more than eBay in terms of privately held stock, making it the third- largest US internet business, and fueling speculation that the social network could sell shares to the public in the not-to-distant future.
As the explosion in digital communications continues to be blamed for the demise of legible handwriting in schools, a new online venture is using technology to revive the lost art handwriting.
More than 1 million cell phones in China have been struck by the “Zombie” virus, according to Chinese state media, CCTV and Xinhua.
YouTube is trialing a new service called ‘Topics on Search’, giving viewers examples of related searches.