Tesco and Asda have released their food databases in an initiative created by FoodWiz as an app on mobile phones to help all those people with food intolerances, IBS and coeliac disease.
Taiwan handset maker HTC has bought Seattle-based mobile Internet app company Dashwire for up to US$18.5m to strengthen its mobile cloud services.
Google is aiming to resurrect its Realtime search feature, a month after its contract with Twitter ended.
There are key gender differences in how today’s digital natives interact online according to a new study.
The majority of people in the US don’t like or don’t mind the Facebook’s new facial recognition feature, but less than one in five are positive about the new tool, according to a new survey.
A significant portion of mobile consumers’ expectations are not being met as the result of poor mobile and application performance, according to new research.
There has been a rapid rise in the number of UK businesses hiring remote staff in the last year, according to new research.
Regulatory filings may not be the most exciting read, but buried in the papers of social gaming giant Zynga (Farmville’s creators) there’s a giant 30% commission to Facebook for the virtual goods sold. That’s $83m in the first quarter of 2011. Here’s why it matters to investors and social media stakeholders…
Digital technologies have rapidly become a key part of modern life- but the pace of change has left many consumers struggling to adapt. In a new series of articles, Bearing Point has identified five key ‘paradoxes’ to the way in which digital consumers should be handled. First, Sarah-Jayne Williams, Director at consultancy BearingPoint, looks at … [Read more…]