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.
Hong Kong offers the best value for consumer broadband – while Singapore joins the top ten nations worldwide for the first time, according to new global data.
Even as PR stunts by broadband providers go, BT’s Race to Infinity seemed spectacularly un-risky, writes Neil Hawkins at ChooseISP.
Professional social network LinkedIn has launched a pan-European campaign called BrandYou, to highlight the increasing importance of personal brand management.
In the past few years, CTR for Standard Banners has been steadily declining. The good news is that in 2010 it seems to have stabilized, according to new data.