Ad technology firm Rubicon Project has appointed Dirk Freytag to lead its activity in Germany.
Global internet ad spend growth has outpaced all other media by a large margin this year, while magazines have seen the only fall, according to new research.
Agence France-Presse (AFP) has launched “the e-diplomacy hub”, an Internet-based application that measures and visualises the presence and influence of diplomatic actors on Twitter.
Japanese ecommerce giant Rakuten has acquired Spanish streaming and video on demand business, Wuaki.tv.
Google has finally struck a deal with publishing group SNE to allow the scanning and publishing of books online – ending a six-year legal spat.
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Apple and Samsung are holding two days of talks that will try to find a way to end the many legal rows between the rivals.
Social media ‘pinboard’ Pinterest has won $100m (£63m) in funding from Japanese internet retailing giant Rakuten and existing investors.
Just days before the most anticipated initial public offering in history, new data looks at how powerful the 901 million-member Facebook platform is for big brands looking to expand their global footprint and penetrate emerging markets.
Over 2 in 5 (42%) of people in the leading 5 European countries played a game on their mobile device during February, with the UK leading the way, according to new research.