Almost three-quarters of European web users download or watch online video, and of those video news users, more than two-thirds watch or download video news at least once a week, according to a new study.
Marketing agency balloon dog has supported Aviva with an augmented reality campaign designed to raise awareness of the insurer’s comprehensive product offering within the technology sector.
LittleGossip, a UK based social Network which allowed young people to anonymously spread rumours about their peers online, has shut down after claims of cyber-bullying.
Facebook Pages are getting an upgrade that will make them look and work more like user profiles.
Online coupon firm company Groupon has elected Howard Schultz, the CEO of Starbucks Coffee, to its board amid media reports that it is preparing for an initial public offering in the spring.
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, one relationship that is really beginning to blossom is the one between email and social media. Kara Trivunovic, senior director of strategic services at StrongMail explains how integrating the two mediums can be a match made in heaven, when it comes to generating revenue.
Apple and Google smartphone platforms are increasing thier market share at the expense of RIM, Microsoft and Palm.
Sony has teamed up with location based service to provide customers exclusive offers based on their mobile locations.
Ebay shares hit their highest point in more than three years last week after the online marketplace operator said it will double revenue from its PayPal online payment service by 2013.
The Treasury has announced £10m in funding for high-speed broadband access in areas of rural Wales, with further waves of investment promised for the area.