Sony has launched its video-on-demand service Qriocity in Europe, making its catalogue of movies available via its internet connected TVs, but not its popular PS3 console.
Facebook has this week been granted a ‘notice of allowance’ to trade mark the word ‘face’ by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Aidan Clarke, Trade Mark Partner at intellectual property firm Marks & Clerk LLP, takes a look at the implications of such a bold move.
Online video site SeeSaw has launched a new ad tool Ad Selector, that lets users choose which video ad they want to watch prior to streaming programmes.
Plans to make Britain’s broadband the best in Europe are in danger of stalling as the rural population of the UK falls further behind their city cousins.
User-generated local review site Qype has raised 3.5 million euros from Vodafone Ventures and a further 3.0 million euros from its existing three investors, Advent Venture Partners, Partech International and Wellington Partners.
The new site created by Cyber-Duck for the European Commission in the UK will help the 83% of Britons who know little or nothing about the EU.
Professional social network LinkedIn has launched a pan-European campaign called BrandYou, to highlight the increasing importance of personal brand management.
Almost half of UK consumers (45%) would leave their current operator if they did not sell the handset they wanted, according to a new survey.
Excessive use of the internet is very high among children in the UK with one in five admitting they have gone without food or sleep to stay online, according to a new survey.
Newspapers will increasingly to act more like cable channels as they move to the web and mobile apps, creating a wholesale marketplace for advertising, according to James Murdoch, James Murdoch, News Corp.’s chairman for Europe and Asia.