Google is testing a preview pane tool that lets users see a sample of the pages returned in search results, before deciding to click through to their chosen site.
New research into online video ads shows that consumers want to investigate brands in their own time, and are more open to receiving ads around quality video content.
As demand grows for high-speed web connections on the move, just what is the future of mobile broadband? Julia Kukiewicz, editor of Choose.net, examines if external broadband routers (otherwise known as Mi-fi) really do offer value for money to consumers.
Online marketing firm StrongMail and partner firm ThreadMarketing have launched a new report looking into email marketing campaigns across five industry verticals.
Consumer smartphone adoption has been a major driver in a resurgent European mobile gambling sector, with user numbers expected to rise by more than 60% in 2010, a new report from Juniper Research has found.
More than two thirds of marketers are expecting a rise in their online spending next year, according to new research.
A social media campaign being run by Code Computerlove on behalf of domestic violence charity Refuge and Avon, the company for women, gained a massive boost after a number of high profile celebrities tweeted their support.
Rumours are circulating the web surrounding Facebook’s latest venture, following the announcement of an invite-only event being hosted by the social network, taking place later today in California.
Apple has launched its much aniticipated TV device in the UK this week, letting users stream films from its online store direct to their TV sets.
Google has secured new content partnership deals with media and internet companies, including NBC Universal’s CNBC, Time Warner’s HBO and Amazon, for its forthcoming Google TV service.