Google is reportedly set to buy Like.com, a visual search and e-commerce firm, for more than $100m.
Online retailers should not rely on search to drive business, with the latest quarterly survey from IMRG and The British Population Survey showing that the use of social media has increased fourfold in the last two years.
Following the recent news stories that Hackers have stolen more than £600,000 from UK bank accounts since July this year, using a variant of the Zeus banking Trojan, Martino Corbelli, Marketing Director at Star, explains the need for SMEs to adapt to the new security risks emerging every day.
The global audience to Twitter.com has doubled in the past year, as the Latin American audience grows fourfold, according to new research.
More than 200 Facebook users have reported suspicious behaviour online since the launch of an anti-abuse application last month, according to new figures.
Channel Five has made a deal with Facebook that means its TV-on-demand platform, ‘Demand Five’, will be embedded into the social-networking site.
Google and Verizon announced on Monday that they were putting forward a proposal for legislation which would deal with the issue of net neutrality. The proposal would give the FCC clear authority to regulate wireline net neutrality while exempting wireless from all but the transparency requirements applied to wireline. However, it also leaves Verizon and … [Read more…]
The new look British Red Cross website, goes online today (Monday 09 August 2010) aiming to provide simplified functionality, better access to information and integration with social media channels.
Fashion and culture magazine Dazed & Confused is launching its free iPhone and iPad app this week.
The pay-per-click bid management technology market will grow by 14% in 2010 as search marketing continues to become more competitive and more complex, according to a report published by Econsultancy.