European consumers are more frustrated by online customer service than they were a year ago, according to the results of the latest online shopping study conducted by ATG (Art Technology Group).
Over two-thirds of comments on Twitter go without response, with the first hour being critical to a Tweet’s lifespan, according to new research.
Google has developed cars that can drive themselves, testing seven such automobiles on 140,000 miles across the roads of America, in a move that could one day revolutionise the transport industry.
Orange and T- Mobile have finally unveiled their ‘Everything Everywhere’ brand, following the merger of the two mobile networks last year.
Money-saving website DiscountVouchers.co.uk has announced the acquisition of www.discountvouchers.com from Internet entrepreneur Barry Garner in a deal worth £100,000.
Microsoft is gearing up to unveil its new Windows Phone 7 operating system and a compatible range of devices. Ovum principal analyst Tony Cripps explains why its crucial that the software giant can take on the likes of Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android in the rapidly growing smartphone market.
The BBC has launched a TV campaign in support of First Click – a major new media literacy campaign aimed at encouraging people to get online, with the end-line “it’s easier than you think to take your First Click”.
People in China and the Middle East use the web far more than their Western counterparts, according to ‘the largest ever’ global study of online habits.
Microsoft is gearing up to unveil its new Windows Phone 7 operating system and a compatible range of devices at a New York event today, as the software giant looks to take on the likes of Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android in the fast growing smartphone market.
Search and social conversion agency Tamar has published a white paper, called Mobile 2010, showing that desktop/laptop search has fallen by 15% while mobile search engine traffic has seen an increase of 247% in the past year.