O2 has begun a trial of its superfast mobile broadband in London this week, switching on the first 4G network in the capital ahead of other network operators.
Google has acquired two startup firms Apture and Katango for an undisclosed amount to enhance the user experience of its browser and social networking services.
Daily deals site Groupon has raised $700m after increasing the size of its initial public offering, becoming the largest IPO by an internet company since Google in 2004.
Up-rooting all your data and campaigns and migrating to a new Email Service Provider (ESP) is doubtless a major project, but Stream:20’s Katie Gibson suggests that a bit of forward-planning goes a long way towards smoothing the big move.
As digital technology changes where, when and how we watch video content, how can broadcasters and advertisers adapt to new viewing habits? Jamie Estrin, General Manager, Collective looks at the growing demand for 5 –minute ‘snack content’ and the new opportunities this presents for marketers and content providers alike…
M&S will be using Efficient Frontier’s bid management platform for its UK and international search marketing campaigns.
Rapper and technology enthusiast MC Hammer has launched his own internet search engine, WireDoo, with the slogan, ‘search once and see what’s related.’
UK-based tag management firm TagMan has received $5m in its second round of venture capital funding.
Twitter and Google have so far failed to reach an agreement on integrating their real-time search tools, according to a news report.
Dropbox has raised $250m in Series B funding, as the firm looks to expand its file-sharing services.