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.
Online classified site, Gumtree.com is working with online targeting firm AudienceScience to boost the relevance of its adverts.
The first ever ‘archaeological dig of the internet’ has been launched in London, aimed at preserving some of the earliest websites for future generations.
Tesco Direct has launched a mobile website, letting shoppers buy non-food and household items, directly from mobile phones.
Facebook and Google will invest in the East End of London to help create Britain’s own Silicon Valley, the Prime Minister has announced.
Marketing automation firm Eloqua has released a new study in conjunction with Econsultancy entitled “7 Habits of Effective Marketing Organisations.”
A public, free to use database has launched at www.Labels.io to provide recruiters and job seekers an alternative way to match up specific experience and skills to available positions.