Yahoo! has announced the loss of 600 jobs, representing 4% of its workforce, as the internet media giant looks to boost its revenue as it looks to compete with the likes of Google and Facebook.
Global professional social network Viadeo has passed 35 million members and is now growing at approximately one million members a month.
As ICANN meets to discuss key issues around the governance of the internet, online domain name specialist Sedo.com, highlights the importance of decisions surrounding new gTLDs and explains why this is fundamental to the creation of a truly global web
Consumers are a fickle bunch when it comes to banking online, with nearly a third (31%) of banking customers end up selecting a different brand to their preferred one when browsing online, according to new research.
UK Apple lovers will be pleased to know that London is the home of the cheapest Apple products, according to a survey by shopping comparison site, PriceRunner.
Mobile music discovery tool Shazam has passed the major milestone of 100 million users.
Google’s browser Chrome is taking an increasing share of global Web usage, while Microsoft’s market leader Internet Explorer is in decline, according to new figures.
The BBC is working on a version of its iPlayer to be launched in the US, in the form of a paid-for iPad application, according to a new report.
With Forbes allowing advertisers to blog amongst its editorial content, is the growing trend for online ‘advertorials’ damaging trust in internet journalism? Mike Grehan at Search Engine Strategies considers whether paid-for blogs are as bad as the industry is claiming.
Leading Russian search engine Yandex is set to go public with a billion-pound IPO, according to a report.