French Internet users spent over 4 hours on social networking sites during December 2010, with Facebook and Skyrock proving to be the most popular destinations, according to new research.
EU antitrust regulators investigating e-book publishers have raided several companies on suspicion of price-fixing.
Is Google’s new ‘one-stop paid content shop’ the answer to the publishers’ online revenue debacle? Suzanne Morrow, senior copywriter for agency Dog Digital, takes a closer look at Google’s latest venture….
The highly anticipated results of the 7th Annual International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGA) were announced last week to a packed audience at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Google has launched One Pass, a one-stop destination where users can pay for publications online, taking a 10% commission fee from all transactions.
Japan’s mobile users connect to the web much more than their US or European counter-parts, according to a new report looking at global mobile trends.
Almost three-quarters of European web users download or watch online video, and of those video news users, more than two-thirds watch or download video news at least once a week, according to a new study.
With Valentine’s fast approaching, shopping search engine Twenga has compared the most popular lingerie searches in the UK, France and Germany. The findings show that women in all three countries are putting comfort first.
Online Christmas shopping in Europe rapidly increased in 2010. In December the total order value rose by 38 percent, with downloaded products accounting for an increasing share of online shopping, according to new data.
Google has launched a new site that offers virtual tours using Street View technology, the ability to build private collections and ultra-high resolution images.