Google and Facebook continue to be the most popular sites in the Uk according to new reseach from comScore.
Aluminium could give a big boost to capacity and power of lithium-ion batteries. The mobile internet and smartphones have long been challenged by battery-life. The big problem are the electrodes in rechargeable batteries. They need to expand (during charging) and then shrink as the power is used. This leads to irreversible damage that shortens the … [Read more…]
Google, Facebook and BBC sites where most popular in the UK during April 2015, according to new research from comScore.
Alibaba has bought AdChina, an integrated advertising platform in China for an undisclosed sum, as the newly listed ecommerce giant looks to boost its ad operations
Mobile internet access is still unavailable in many parts of central London, contradicting the recent findings of an Ofcom report, according to new research across many of the capital’s pubs.
On mobiles, internet users purchase two times faster than from a desktop, and are far more likely to buy a product on the spur of the moment, according to new research.
Despite improvements to mobile internet access, commuters in the UK are still being hit by black spots that prevent them from carrying out tasks on the internet while on the move, according to new research.
Nearly half of all teens aged 16-19 are using snapchat across a number of major western markets, according to new research.
Less than two years after EE launched the UK’s first 4G network, Mobile maker Ericsson has showcased tests for new 5G mobile technology capable of reaching speeds 250 times higher than current 4G.