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Microsoft's digital assistant Cortana will be available on iOS and Android devices in in addition to Windows Phone when Windows 10 launches this summer, as the firm begins a cross-platform strategy to rival Siri and Google Now.
Twitter is in ongoing talks to buy news aggregation app Flipboard, as the social network looks to boost its real time news features to rival Facebook, according to a new report.
AOL UK today announces a new global content partnership with Guardian News & Media, who is joining the premium video syndication platform AOL On as a content and publishing partner.
While many predicted this month’s UK general election would be finally see the influence of newspapers and TV coverage superseded by social media, the shock results showed that old media still holds a bigger sway over much of the population, according to new research.
The majority of 18-24 year olds are likely to switch providers if not provided with mobile apps or secure and transparent data handling, according to new research.
Sky 1 is using Vine to create micro games, designed to engage viewers of new hospital drama Critical.
Are you ready for tonight's #Critical ? Test your precision by dropping Justin's headphones round his neck
Smart teddy bears and artificially intelligent toys may soon be in control of our homes, courtesy of Google, according to new files revealed this week.
Google is building an Android-powered operating system code-named Brillo that will run on low-powered devices and requires no screen to function, according to a news report.
Toyota Europe has completed the roll-out of a new pan-European, customer-centric website, developed, by Amaze.
Unilever has crowned UK digital firm Glimr the winner of its international Scale Up competition at the Digital Shoreditch festival in London.
Unilever Ghana has deployed a mobile app to help the company manage its inventories through precision sales and distribution of products.
YouTube is adding product listing ads to retailers’ video ads with TrueView for Shopping, meaning that viewers can click and buy products listed directly within pre-roll videos.
If this weekend’s Eurovision Song Contest was decided on social media, Saturday’s winner would be Albania, with a quarter of overall Eurovision mentions coming from the UK, according to new research.
Twitter is expanding its advertising offering, letting users decide to pay for their adverts based on whether or not they achieve their objectives, rather than simply paying per view.
In a stark reminder of the threats posed to new ad technology, an electronic billboard in the US has been hacked to show a pornographic image.
Russian Internet giant Yandex has launched the new version of its Chromium-based browser offering a twist on the traditional format.
For the first time cashless payments have become more popular than transactions using coins and notes in the UK, according to new data.
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Adblock Plus today a new Browser for Android, letting smartphone and tablet users surf the web without seeing ads.
Spotify is adding more non-music content to its app, including news reports and video content, as the streaming service looks to take on the likes of YouTube.
Only a quarter (26%) of online retailers in the UK are sending insight-driven personalised communications to customers, according to new research.
When it comes to ensuring a video is viewed online, player size and position are some of the biggest factors, according to new research from Google.
As concerns rise over literacy levels in the UK, it seems that digital platforms are having a positive effect on children’s reading habits, according to a new report.
Netflix is looking to enter the lucrative China market, partnering with a local media company, according to a news report.
Google is taking on Amazon and eBay with a 'Buy' button that lets mobile users purchase items from search results, according to a news report.
Facebook is under increasing pressure to withdraw its Internet.org project, following claims that the free mobile web service is a threat to net neutrality.
L’Oreal is developing a 3D printing process to create human skin, which could be used in product tests to avoid animal testing.
Facebook may be the most popular social network in the world, but CEOs of big companies are taking to Twitter to write their views, according to a new report.
To celebrate a change in renting laws in the UK, Airbnb has sent a floating house onto the Thames … and customers have a chance to get on board.
Online sales grew 13% year-on-year in April – following an unprecedented dip of four months of single-digit growth, according to the latest figures from the IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index.
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