The new crop of large display ad formats, such as ‘Billboard’ and Wallpaper’ are outperforming standard banners such as MPUs, according to new research.
Nearly half (44%) of large companies intend to submit a ‘dot Brand’ application, but few are aware of the limited application period, according to a new survey.
ALL3MEDIA has launched a new TV store app for Samsung and LG connected TVs, in partnership with software company easeltv.
US classifieds giant Manheim has bought Motors.co.uk, from Daily Mail General Trust (DMGT), the firm that publishes the Daily Mail and Mail On Sunday.
Everything Everywhere, the mobile broadband joint venture from Orange and T-Mobile, has launched a nationwide HSPA+ (3.5G) network, claiming it will provide 50 percent fasterdata speeds for customers.
The Daily Mail’s Mail Online has become the world’s most-read online newspaper, attracting 45.3m unique users in December to leapfrog the New York Times (44.8m), according to new research.
Microsoft has sold its product search and customer reviews engine Ciao to LeGuide.com for an undisclosed sum.
The UK’s corporate giants are finally signing up to Twitter and Facebook after years of wariness, according to the latest findings of The Social Media Leaders tracking study by The Group.
The Women’s World Cup final sparked a record breaking number of tweets per second on Twitter, it has been revealed.
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.