Lack of innovation, not reading the smartphone market trends – the once-leading mobile handset manufacturer is looking like a dinosaur. Our verdict? If it wasn’t for the Blackberry Messenger tool and the loyalty of corporates, then they’d be facing extinction. Here’s the latest on the giant’s downfall…
Groupon has put its flotation plans back on track, but Facebook is delaying its IPO until the end of 2012, according to news reports.
Sales of online games are expected to pass physical retail from 2013, according to a new study.
Sony has unified its online services for music, video and games under the umbrella brand of the Sony Entertainment Network.
EBay is looking at acquisition opportunities in Japan and China, as the online marketplace looks to expand in the lucrative Asian markets.
4 in 5 Japanese web users visited a blog site during June, according to new data.
Ad giant WPP has seen first-half revenues rise 6% to £4.7bn, with digital sales accounting for 27% of that figure.
Skype has bought US start-up Group Me for $80m, as the Microsoft-owned firm looks to boost its conference call tools.
Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility this month will strengthen Android’s ambitions to lead the global ad market by the end of the year, according to new data.
British Airways has launched its first performance marketing program in the US market, appointing global affiliate network buy.at as the sole partner.