Open app store GetJar has raised $25 million in Series C funding from Tiger Global Management.
Nokia has struck a partnership with Microsoft to make Windows Phone 7 its primary smartphone operating system, as the phone maker aims to regain lost market share from Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android platform.
Mobile companies need to learn how to become online retailers to be able to sell mobile broadband online, according to a new study.
Sweden’s largest search marketing company Keybroker has launched in the UK, launching a challenge to what it calls an ‘unfair tax on ad-spend’ offered by traditional search marketing practices.
AOL has bought political news site The Huffington Post, for $315m (£222m), as the Internet firm continues its drive to boost its content services.
Global beauty brand Avon has launched a new social media platform to consumers, Avon Connects, allowing customers to virtually ‘attach’ to an Avon Representative online.
An increasing number of leading brands, retailers and mobile vendors are investing in mobile augmented reality (AR) applications and services, with global revenues expected to approach $1.5 bn by 2015, according to a new report.
This week, the last of the world’s 4.3 billion IP addresses based on its standard IPv4 platform were allocated. So what does this mean for you and your business? Sebastien Lahtinen, co-founder of independent broadband news site, thinkbroadband.com, explains the growing importance of the new IPv6 address system, and why you should check your technology … [Read more…]
The Economist has partnered with AdGent Digital, launching a new feature on its site allowing readers to tweet comments in real time to a live debate.
Yahoo has issued a weaker-than-expected first-quarter sales forecast, as the online media giant announced its second round of layoffs in six weeks, of about 1 percent of its global workforce.