EU antitrust regulators investigating e-book publishers have raided several companies on suspicion of price-fixing.
The online world is increasingly reflecting the offline world, with the web’s 50 most-popular brands consisting more than ever of businesses established in the ‘real world’ and sites serving the interaction between ‘real people’, according to a UKOM/Nielsen study of how the profile of the web’s most-visited sites has changed since 2004.
Amazon has launched its streaming video service for paying Amazon Prime customers in the US.
Despite a still challenging economy, UK consumers are willing to pay more for brands that deliver simpler experiences and interactions, according to a new study.
eBay, Apple, Google, Blackberry and Amazon are the top perfoming brands in terms of social media buzz, according to a new study.
A new service called @sggst (pronounced ‘suggest’) that enables Twitter users to find products on Amazon has launched its beta service in the UK.
The majority retailers are more than doubling their following on various social media platforms over the past six months, according to a new study.
Amazon has bought Lovefilm, in a deal that reportedly values the UK-based DVD rental and online video company at £200m.
The UK’s top online retailers face losing huge revenue by not effectively supporting the 11 million disabled people in the UK.
Organisations must improve web performance in 2011, says Site Confidence, which has listed the five worst web crashes of last year.