Sony has said there is no evidence that credit cards have been stolen from customers using its online service, despite claims that a list of 2.2 million cards are already on sale on the black market. The company has also confirmed its separate Sony Online Entertainment PC games network was hit by another cyber attack, … [Read more…]
With this week’s trade figures showing a huge UK trade deficit, new independent research highlights the spectacular failure of British businesses to make their websites accessible to overseas markets.
Google has made a multi-million-euro investment in a solar power plant outside Berlin in what the US Internet giant said was its first clean energy project investment in Europe.
Being a Murdoch carries some heavy burdens, but some exceptional opportunities. The announcement of James Murdoch getting promoted to deputy chief operating officer could be a game-changer for the group that has struggled to get online right. Long before the MySpace fiasco, News Corp had a long history of failed projects to dominate different digital … [Read more…]
Privalia has bought Dress for Less, one of Germany’s leading online clothing and apparel retailer, as the firm expands across Europe.
With the online ad model becoming a key revenue driver across almost all online media and consumer service websites, Skype are the latest to launch ad products. It’s a big deal for brands wanting to use online media smartly – here’s how they’re planning to do it…
EU antitrust regulators investigating e-book publishers have raided several companies on suspicion of price-fixing.
Recommendation community Qype has bought Munich-based Cooledeals.de to launch a new coupon site QypeDeals.com, initially rolling out to Germany.
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….
Google has launched One Pass, a one-stop destination where users can pay for publications online, taking a 10% commission fee from all transactions.