News Corp. is on the verge of selling Myspace and a deal could include laying off more than half of the troubled social network’s staff, according to a news report.
Microsoft SharePoint is an extremely popular platform for intranets and it is becoming more frequently used for public facing (digital marketing) sites as well. Ed Lloyd-Williams, Creative Director at cscape, looks at how to get the most out of branded SharePoint platforms.
Digital technology has created a wealth of opportunities for buyers to personalise products before purchase. Phillip Rooke, CEO, Spreadshirt, explains how merchandising has changed with the rise of print-on-demand technology, and how this accelerating trend which will drive a number of consumer product categories.
Web users from the UK are more concerned with online safety than users from any other country, according to a study published today by Internet security firm G Data.
Will the mobile wallet sound the death knell of cash? The latest research by YouGov shows almost one quarter (23%) of people are interested in using their mobile phone instead of cash to pay for purchases. YouGov analysts expect take up of this so-called “wave and pay” technology to be rapid.
Brands have been warned against taking advantage of new technology to advertise to children, after a survey revealed that 88 per cent of parents are unaware of Facebook advertising’s influence on their young.
Google has revamped its search engine with a new tool called ‘Instant Pages’, designed to make it easier to access from handheld mobile devices.
Google has launched two new search features, using voice and images, instead of text-based keywords, to find information on the web.
Online shopping continues to grow in the UK, with £5.3 billion spent online during May; a year-on-year increase of 18%. However, Brits are preferring to make lots of small purchases rather than big investments, according to the latest data from the IMRG and Capgemini.
Google has reportedly applied for a licence to operate an online mapping service in China, as the search giant once again looks to capitalize on the world’s biggest internet market.