Brits are the biggest consumers of newspaper content vie their mobiles, according to new data.
Baidu is planning an expansion into more overseas markets, as the Chinese search engine looks to capitalize on its booming domestic business.
Toyota has partnered with Salesforce.com to build Toyota Friend, a private social network for Toyota customers and their cars.
The death of Osama bin Laden broke Twitter records, with “the highest sustained rate of tweets ever”, according to the micro-blogging service.
Half a billion people worldwide will use their mobile devices as travel tickets on metros, subways and buses by 2015, according to new forecasts from Juniper Research.
Sony has confirmed that hackers are to blame for its PlayStation Network being taken offline over the Easter weekend, an attack that could have put the details of 73 million gamers worldwide at risk.
Google has made a multi-million-euro investment in a solar power plant outside Berlin in what the US Internet giant said was its first clean energy project investment in Europe.
Chinese search engine Baidu is shutting down Youa, its e-commerce subsidiary, giving existing merchants have one month to migrate to either Rakuten China or Yaodian 100.
One in every eight mobile users worldwide will either have a ticket delivered to their mobile phone or buy a ticket with their phone by 2015 which equates to over 750 million users, according to the latest analysis from Juniper Research. This compares with approximately 1 in 20 now which equates to 230 million. Ticket … [Read more…]
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