The UK’s advertising watchdog has banned BT’s latest TV broadband advertisement, following claims the communications giant was making “unrealistic” claims about the speed of its broadband service.
Identity-checking experts 192.com have measured the anxieties of online dating, the lies being spun in cyberspace and how spelling mistakes and emoticons can make you look shifty.
There’s no doubt that social networks have taken the world by storm during their relatively short existence, emphasised most recently with Facebook announcing its 500 millionth member. And with an ever-burgeoning number of online networks – and active users – many brands are actively seeking to integrate networks like YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn into … [Read more…]
Over two in five (42.6 percent) of Brits are now shopping online at least once per week and the average shopper is now spending £71 per month on online goods, according to new research.
Google Inc. will end development of its Wave service, which lets users share images and documents, because customers were slow to adopt the technology.
Offering a chat forum, news on travel, daily London news, games and a commuter happiness index, Tubehell.com also plans to renovate tube travel by lobbying national government and local government for improvements – currently, there is an online petition urging; “John two jags Prescott” to travel on the underground for a week. Founder Samir Satchua,formerly … [Read more…]