Apple could risk a European operator revolt if it proceeds with plans to embed its own brand SIM card in its new iPhones, according to a news report.
‘Cyber Monday’ – the busiest online shopping day of the year – is almost here. But can consumers rely on websites to offer them the best experience when they shop online? With Christmas fast approaching, will shopping for products and services online be more stressful than hitting the high street?
An new campaign called Fix the Web is being launched this week to tackle the problem of inaccessible websites on a massive scale. Fix the Web is an initiative of Citizens Online, a national charity that campaigns for internet access for all.
Almost half of UK consumers (45%) would leave their current operator if they did not sell the handset they wanted, according to a new survey.
In the past few years, CTR for Standard Banners has been steadily declining. The good news is that in 2010 it seems to have stabilized, according to new data.
AVG Technologies has struck an agreement with Google to boost the search functionality of the firm’s anti-virus software.
Best Buy has launched a Facebook shop for UK web users following on from the opening of its online store on November 4th.
Google has given all of its 23,000 employees a pay hike, in a bid to stem defections to rival technology companies such as Facebook, according to a report.
As the explosion in digital communications continues to be blamed for the demise of legible handwriting in schools, a new online venture is using technology to revive the lost art handwriting.
Around 19.2 million UK households are now online, but just 26% of those on the lowest incomes have access to the web, according to new research.