This month’s latest trends in digital: Household spending falls for first time in 10 years | Smartphones drive mobile adult content | Personal navigation on the rise | Customer support | Economic cyber terror | Indian mobile data | Global spam trends | Xmas greeting cards | Festive fraudsters
Leading Russian search engine Yandex is set to go public with a billion-pound IPO, according to a report.
Google has denied building a social network to compete with Facebook, despite months of rumours that the internet giant was working on a new social platform ‘Google Me’.
People in China and the Middle East use the web far more than their Western counterparts, according to ‘the largest ever’ global study of online habits.
Google has launched its ground-level mapping service in the world’s most barren continent – Antarctica.
The US government asked Google for user information 4,287 times during the first six months of 2010, while the UK put in over 1,000 such requests, according to new data released by the search giant.
Smartphones are rapidly gaining popularity in Brazil as recent price reductions have made these devices more accessible to people of all economic levels according to new research from The Nielsen Company.
What lessons can brands learn from this summers World Cup marketing failures? Mark Terry-Lush, CEO at Renegade Media, takes a closer look at sport as a branding tool, and how marketers can do to avoid scoring more own goals ahead of London 2012.
The global audience to Twitter.com has doubled in the past year, as the Latin American audience grows fourfold, according to new research.