Facebook and Google will invest in the East End of London to help create Britain’s own Silicon Valley, the Prime Minister has announced.
The majority of all UK print and television advertising now includes a web address, with British consumers preferring to be be directed to .uk addresses than .com, according to new research.
Smartphones generate 65% of global traffic, despite accounting for 13% of the market, according to new research.
Delegates at yesterday’s Westminster e-Forum were warned by UK broadband specialists Point Topic that the £530m allocated to broadband infrastructure development across the UK is “not nearly enough”.
More than 90% percent of the Spanish internet population use the web for search and social networking, according to new data.
Global marketing firm Epsilon International, is marrying digital design with neuroscience, using new heat mapping technology to analyse how emails and newsletters are viewed.
Google has set a new internet traffic record, accounting for 6.4% of global internet traffic during September, according to new data.
With British Airways set to merge with Spain’s Iberia airlines, what does this mean for the brands national identity? Sholto Lindsay-Smith, Managing Director at Strategic brand and communication consultancy, Uffindell looks at how the airline can balance its local reputation and global identity, and the role online can play in this.
Social media agency Tamar has launched an international social media campaign for jewellery giant Michael Hill, focused on audiences in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
Search portal Yandex is the leading property in the Russian Federation, ahead of Google, according to new research from comScore.