AVG Technologies has launched “AVG Family Safety”, an application that helps parents protect their children online.
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.
Yahoo! has launched its royal wedding website, featuring a live stream of the event and a visitor guestbook where you can leave your marriage advice for the couple.
In the war against cybercrime it seems brands are finally fighting back, with the online retail sector leading the charge. According to a report out from WIPO, there were more cases filed against cybersquatters in 2010 than ever before, with 91% of the 2,696 brand infringement cases successfully concluded in favour of the brand owner.
Last week, the UK’s struggling Sport Media Group finally went into administration. The Daily Sport and Sunday Sport newspapers were never top on the sales figures from British the newsstands, but their slow death is a reminder that the challenges to the business models of media groups are far from over. Here’s why…
The amount of mobile data traffic generated by Smartphones, Featurephones and Tablets will exceed 14,000 Petabytes by 2015, equivalent to 18 billion movie downloads or 3 trillion music tracks, according to new figures.
Microsoft is to take an anti-competition complaint against Google to the European Commission.
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…]
The Guardian’s bullish push into the US market accelerates as editor Alan Rusbridger announces a New York-based initiative that will be ‘significantly larger than anything we’ve done in the states before’. ”Newspapers have been fighting to find their role in the online world since The Daily Telegraph first launched online in 1994, but The Guardian … [Read more…]
The IMRG has warned that the current draft of Europe’s Consumer Rights Directive could undermine protection for users of digital services.