AOL launched a new online advertising system that it hopes will transform the way advertisers reach consumers on the Internet.
UK online TV platform YouView, previously known as project canvas, has dismissed claims it will damage investment in the fledgling UK IPTV market.
The top 50 UK online retailers, as ranked by visits, according to the latest ‘Hot Shops’ list compiled by Experian Hitwise and the IMRG.
Blockbuster has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the US, as the one-time market leader in DVD rentals struggles to keep up with online competition such as Netflix and LoveFilm.
Are endless status updates and tweets changing the way we process information? Suzanne Morrow at dog digital looks at the psychology behind our growing social networking culture.
The IAB’s Games Steering Group (GSG) – a committee of leading games publishers and networks – has launched a practical handbook about advertising within console, mobile and online social/casual games.
Newspaper websites are enjoying a surge of traffic from their online video stories, while Facebook is on track to be second only to Google for video referral traffic by year’s end, according to new research.
On the eve of the IBC Conference in Amsterdam Louise Kavanagh, Managing Director of the digital TV data specialists Apogee takes a step back as the UK approaches the final months of the digital switchover.
Quno.com, a web based rail search and booking service due to launch later this year, is releasing the UK’s first location-based mobile games at major UK rail stations.
Apple made its first foray into social networking on Wednesday with the introduction of Ping, a ‘social music discovery’ service with that runs alongside the latest version of iTunes.