Brits are developing a taste for nostalgia as shoppers prepare to party for the Royal wedding this April, according to shopping comparison site Twenga.
Facebook has said it is prepared to sue the Daily Mail for the way it titled a recent story about a gang of pedophiles in the UK. The paper has retracted the headline but has failed to apologise.
Is it wise for businesses to publicise their client base on Twitter? Can they measure the impact of social media as part of a marketing campaign? And is there any place for the hard sell amongst a firm’s tweets? A panel of social media experts answered these questions and others at a recent round table … [Read more…]
Blockbuster has signed a $290m deal to be brought out of bankruptcy by a group of investors, as the movie rental store struggles to compete with online rivals such as Netflix and LoveFilm.
Amazon has launched its streaming video service for paying Amazon Prime customers in the US.
Merely owning a BlackBerry or similar smartphone vastly increases the amount of time we spend checking messages outside working hours, according to a new report.
The latest figures from the IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index reveal that shoppers in the UK spent a total of £5.1 billion online during January, equivalent to £83 per person; an impressive 21% more than the same time last year.
Cyber crime costs the UK economy £27bn a year, the government has said.
SMEs are wasting time and money on half-baked social media strategies and are, in many cases, oblivious to the simplicity of using Twitter as a marketing tool, according to the findings of a roundtable discussion.
The more Facebook ‘friends’ you have, the more likely you are to feel stressed out by the social networking site, according to a new study by Scottish researchers.