The end of 2010 marks the fifth anniversary of Stream:20, one of the UK’s leading digital marketing consultancies. Founded back in 2005 by Serge Milbank and Matt Barker following a car malfunction, Stream:20 now counts Sky, National Express, EMI, BetFair and Ted Baker amongst its clients.
TigerSpike has designed, built and powered a range of Time Out Travel Guide apps for tourists across the globe.
The International Herald Tribune (IHT) has released its first news applications for the iPad and the iPhone.
JiWire has purchased technology firm NearbyNow to boost its location-based mobile media tools.
Websites are no longer simply the online ‘face’ of a business. Customers expect more from a company’s website than a home page, explains Thomas Vollrath, CEO of Webfusion.
Yahoo! is testing integration of GetJar apps into Yahoo! mobile search queries, to make it easier for people to discover the apps they’re looking for when on-the-go.
Location-based services are going to be increasingly important during the festive season, with Wi-Fi hotspots becoming vital, according to new Us and UK research from JiWire.
More than 600,000 mobile consumers own a smartphone, amounting to nearly one-fifth of adults in Ireland, according to new research.
Video ad network smartclip has teamed with meta morph, a Berlin-based independent supplier for digital interactive television, to launch a new advertising technology, the Universal Television Adserver Interface (UTAI) which is designed to standardise and simplify video advertising on hybrid TVs.
The Economist has launched the two new apps – The Economist for iPhone and The Economist for iPad – available now on the App Store.