Graduate unemployment has risen to its highest level for 17 years, with many UK university leavers valuing remote working, according to new research.
Nearly 10 million internet users turned to the web for financial advice, spending an average of 15 minutes on sites in the category during the month, according to new research.
Microsoft has launched a competition with Gorillaz to celebrate the Beta launch of the Windows Internet Explorer 9 browser.
US electricals giant Best Buy will launch an online shop in the UK within the next fortnight, rivaling the likes of Currys, Comet and Argos in the electricals market.
Ad technology firm the Rubicon Project has acquired Fox Audience Network (FAN), an advertising technology platforms, to expand its team and continue driving rapid revenue growth.
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News Corporation has revealed that 105,000 readers have paid to read The Times and Sunday Times online and via mobiles, since both broadsheet papers’ websites went behind a paywall four months ago.
Twitter has announced plans to include Promoted Tweets into the stream of user updates, and has begun testing user reaction to the service on the micro-blog’s partner site HootSuite.
Following the closure of file-sharing site Limewire, what does this mean for the music industry? Steve Purdham we7’s CEO, argues that now is a prime time to educate consumers and stamp out piracy.
Samsung Electronics has become the first UK advertiser to run display advertising on YouTube’s mobile site to promote its iPad rival, the Galaxy Tab.