The first ever ‘archaeological dig of the internet’ has been launched in London, aimed at preserving some of the earliest websites for future generations.
Frank Lord, VP EMEA at ATG describes a new way of shopping that puts consumers directly in the driving seat and explains why technology is the real game-changer
British firms are neglecting the needs of consumers accessing websites from mobile devices, according to research released today by 1&1 Internet.
BT has announced it has passed the two million mark for UK hotspot networks.
Google has escaped a fine for collecting personal data – including email addresses and passwords – being used in UK public Wi-Fi spots. But has Google really escaped lightly? According to Jack Adams, search engine optimisation (SEO) consultant at leading search specialist marketing and technology firm Greenlight, whilst this won’t have an impact for search … [Read more…]
AOL is exploring strategic options for the company which include a possible combination of assets from itself and Yahoo, according to a news report.
Tesco Direct has launched a mobile website, letting shoppers buy non-food and household items, directly from mobile phones.
Nokia will take over future development of the Symbian mobile operating system from the Symbian Foundation, the two bodies have announced.
The Queen has launched a Facebook page for the British Monarchy, attracting over 100,000 ‘likes’ in its first day.
Asos is developing a new feature on its online fashion that it hopes will encourage smaller, independent designers to sell through its website.