Propery site Zoopla has launched an augmented reality app for users of Android powered smartphones, letting users search for property listings on the move.
Apple CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs is going on a medical leave, the company has announced.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has launched a new campaign to raise awareness of its broadened remit.
With cloud computing, smartphones and video-on-demand on the rise, companies are turning to outsourced solutions for their technology at a greater rate. Aditi Technologies, a provider of software product and application development services, shares its opinion on the top few technology outsourcing trends for 2011.
Google gained ground in the Chinese search advertising revenue at the end of 2010, after a long decline in its share, according to a Beijing-based market research firm.
Facebook is facing further controversy after allowing application developers to access users’ home addresses and mobile phone numbers as a matter of course.
Sri Sharma, managing director at Net Media Planet, provides his advice on the key developments in search to watch in 2011.
The Mobile Division of Chinese Central Television has announced it is ‘open for business’ for brands wishing to advertise on its mobile WAP portal and iPhone and Android apps.
The nominees for the International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGAs) were announced this week with 30 games in six categories being put forward for the final round of judging.
Music streaming service we7 has launched in Ireland this week, marking the first move out of the UK for the company since it was established with former Genesis front-man, Peter Gabriel in 2008.