Sony has ceased sales of its iconic cassette tape Walkman in Japan, as digital music and MP3 players have finally killed off demand for the bulky portable device.
Search portal Yandex is the leading property in the Russian Federation, ahead of Google, according to new research from comScore.
A new measurement standard, called ‘GEMS’ has won the backing of a number of European countries, in a move that could help online retailers and advertisers better understand how shoppers are using their sites, and compare their results with industry benchmarks.
The number of web users will surpass two billion this year, approaching a third of the world population, but developing countries need to step up access to the vital tool for economic growth, according to a report from a United Nations agency.
More than one in eight children have been bothered or upset by online content finds a report published today based on interviews with 23,000 young people across Europe.
Internet brands are now the closest to UK consumers’ hearts, with the three most popular brands in the UK coming from the web, according to a new survey.
Nissan has launched what it claims to be the world’s first Flash application for Android mobiles.
European consumers are more frustrated by online customer service than they were a year ago, according to the results of the latest online shopping study conducted by ATG (Art Technology Group).
Internet Explorer’s share of the worldwide browser market has dropped below 50 per cent, according to new data.
Consumer smartphone adoption has been a major driver in a resurgent European mobile gambling sector, with user numbers expected to rise by more than 60% in 2010, a new report from Juniper Research has found.