The CEO of group-buying discount site Groupon has apologised to Japanese customers Monday for a New Year’s deal gone wrong.
Facebook surpassed Google for the first time as the most visited website in the United States for most of 2010, according to new data.
Video sharing site YouTube is in talks to buy US web video producer Next New Networks, according to US reports.
Facebook is updating its profile page, claiming the changes will make it easier for users to ‘tell their story’ to their friend on the social network.
The Queen has launched a Facebook page for the British Monarchy, attracting over 100,000 ‘likes’ in its first day.
Advertising is beginning to pay off for Google’s YouTube, and it has now has served 500 million views of its paid Promoted Videos, a service it launched less than two years ago.
British interior designer Kelly Hoppen MBE has launched a ‘Home Style’ App for iPhone and iPod touch, available on the App Store.
YouTube’s CEO and co-founder Chad Hurley is stepping down from the position to take on an advisory role at the site.
This week, Virgin Media announced it will be rollout a superfast 100MB broadband network across the UK from December. Michael Phillips, product director at broadbandchoices, explains why these speeds need to become the norm if the UK is to keep up with modern demands on digital media.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt has outlined his company’s ideas for the future of search technology, where we are never lonely, never forget anything, never get lost, never run out of ideas, are never bored and never need to drive a car because it will drive itself.