Technology firm Holition has partnered with high end jewellers Boucheron to launch an app that lets web users ‘try on’ jewels in real time.
A new travel portal, borne out of a two-year university consultancy project, has launched exclusively for organisations and employees within the public sector in the UK and Ireland.
Many UK publishers are planning to launch on a mobile platform, with the iPad, iPhone and Android being thetop three platforms top three platform picks, according to new research.
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Yahoo’s shares rose 11% yesterday on the back on speculation that the struggling online media giant is the object of a takeover attempt, with both AOL and News Corporation in the running as possible bidders.
Flower retailer Interflora has begun legal action against Marks & Spencer for allegedly bidding on its brand name on Google Adwords. According to Matthew Whiteway, Client Services Director at leading search specialist agency and technology firm Greenlight, were Interflora to win this battle, it would set a precedent, with a number of advertisers likely to … [Read more…]
The News of the World has followed News Corp stablemate The Times behind a paywall, with access to the site now costing £1 for 24 hours or £1.99 for four weeks. Steve Elsham, head of media at SAS UK looks at how newspapers can do more with digital media and their reader data.
The number of smartphone users is forecast to reach 29 million by 2015 globally, but the percentage of smartphone users adopting video calling will remain below 10% by 2015 in all markets, according to a new study.
Business network XING has revamped its iPhone and BlackBerry apps available for free download, with a number of new features such as the Mobile Handshake, where business professionals can meet up and add one another as a XING contact.