With Valentine’s fast approaching, shopping search engine Twenga has compared the most popular lingerie searches in the UK, France and Germany. The findings show that women in all three countries are putting comfort first.
This month’s top digital trends: Surge in real-time bidding | Top property websites | Brits ‘tighten purse strings’ | Ringback Tone Advertising | Sluggish e-retailers avoid downtime | VAT hike slows January sales | Entry-level smartphones | Casual games | Domain name sales
Twitter has been in talks with potential buyers, including Facebook and Google, who could take control of the micro-blogging site for as much as $10bn, according to a news report.
The launch of web TV service IPTV service YouView has been delayed until early 2012 due to the ‘growing scale and complexity of the project’.
Mobile ad and app firm 24MAS has acquired THQ’s wireless operations and its global carrier business from parent company THQ, boosting its global distribution network.
Dolphin Dynamics and SilverRail Technologies have established a partnership that will enable UK domestic and international rail tickets to be researched and via the Dolphin reservation platform.
Discount website Couponstar has struck a partnership with Hewlett Packard to launch a ‘beforeIshop’ printer application available on selected new web connected e-All-in-One printers
Businesses across the globe will increasingly rely on web conferencing instead of traveling to meet face-to-face in a bid to cut costs in the aftermath of the recession, according to a new study.
Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney World this week launch their first major portfolio marketing campaign entitled ‘When Are You Going To Tell Them’, showing the reaction and real emotions by children when they are told they are going to visit a Disney park.
Nokia has reportedly stopped development of its first MeeGo smartphone, as CEO Stephen Elop issued an internal memo offering a brutally honest assessment of the firm’s prospects.