Popular ITV talent show The X Factor will allow Facebook voting during the competition for the first time.
AVG Technologies is offering a promotion to Zynga’s more than 34 million FarmVille.
SAY Media has unveiled the SAY 100, a collection of online voices that help shape opinion on a variety of subjects, including technology.
MediaMind Technologies has launched MediaMind Blocks, a library of ready-made, downloadable codes for a range of rich media advertising formats.
Online domain seller Sedo has announced that its recent brokerage of Sex.com has earned the Guinness World Record™ for “most expensive internet address domain name.”
Which country leads the way for smartphone penetration the the youth market? This data from Nielsen looks at smartphone use compared with standard feature mobile phones in the youth market (15-24 year olds) in 8 countries around the world.
As smartphones grow in popularity, how does their use compare with men and women around the world? This data from Nielsen looks at the smartphone use across the global youth market (15-24 year olds) by gender.
In 2011, it is estimated that cybercrime will cost the British economy a total of £1.9billion, which equates to £103 for every person affected1. This wee, Internet security specialist Norton launched its new Cybercrime Index in London to help combat this issue, by tracking and warning computer users about daily cybercrime risks around the world.
Corporate policies and lack of understanding are stifling recruiters’ use of social media such as Facebook and LinkedIn to acquire new talent, despite the fact that two thirds of employers say they want to hire more people in the coming year, according to a new survey.
Open app store GetJar has raised $25 million in Series C funding from Tiger Global Management.