JPMorgan is planning on starting a fund of between $500 million and $750 million to invest in internet and digital media companies, according to a news report.
Top Gear star Richard Hammond has launched a new online TV series, taking a humourous look at technology.
Web site optimisation and personalisation is critical to online success in a ruthlessly competitive market. Yet the costs soon escalate and creativity may become stifled if the chosen strategy and platform rely too heavily on the technical skills of the in-house IT department, warns Mark Simpson, Founder and President of Maxymiser
The launch of web TV service IPTV service YouView has been delayed until early 2012 due to the ‘growing scale and complexity of the project’.
Dolphin Dynamics and SilverRail Technologies have established a partnership that will enable UK domestic and international rail tickets to be researched and via the Dolphin reservation platform.
Businesses across the globe will increasingly rely on web conferencing instead of traveling to meet face-to-face in a bid to cut costs in the aftermath of the recession, according to a new study.
Exceptional customer service remains a key differential for top performing retail websites, as pure play ‘etailer’ Figleaves tops the overall league table with outstanding telephone and email customer contact, according to new research.
LinkedIn is reportedly planning planning to update its technology to allow marketers to target ads based on factors including users’ job titles, location and age.
Consumers are increasingly using digital devices on the high street to give store feedback, check stock levels and check that they are getting the best deals, according to new research.
The next versions of Apple’s iPhone and iPad could include technology let customers pay for physical goods using their handheld devices, rather than via bank cards or cash, according to reports.