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While 39% of Brazilians think they could build a website, only 16% of British workers feel the same, according to a new global survey looking at digital skills in the workplace.
Amazon today said that it has reached agreement to partner the UK government in tests to explore the viability of delivering small parcels by drone.
Google have introduced an attractive refresh to the look and feel of Google maps.
Nintendo shares drop as investors respond to details of licencing agreement.
Verizon have announced the purchase of Yahoo ending speculation on the future of Yahoo. Verizon will $4.8 billion for the business. An announcement was made before NY stock exchange opened earlier today.
With less than two weeks to go until the 2016 Olympics in Rio, new research reveals the huge amount of Olympic content people will share and why this is good news for marketers.
Amazon is testing a new scheme where it pays ordinary people to deliver its packages.
Facebook has boosted its s mobile app install ads with a new feature called ‘App Event Optimization’, which targets users who are the most likely to take specific actions within their apps.
Ahead of the Olympics this summer, new research from Ipsos Mori and Flamingo shows people are turning to online video platforms such as YouTube for content related to big sporting events.
Kantar has made enhancements to its real time TV ratings platform, helping broadcasters make immediate decisions about live programming.
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Clearly not learning lessons from “Boaty McBoatFace”, McDonalds New Zealand launched a "Create Your Taste" campaign that resulted in a number of highly offensive burger names appearing on its official site.
The UK’s interest in joining a political party has increased by 7,000% post-Brexit, according to new research looking into search trends after the shock result of the EU referendum.
Google is bringing its Accelated Mobile Pages technology to ads, as the web giant looks to boost its mobile revenue.
Snapchat has introduced a new feature that could help brands and users get more followers: Suggest a Friend’.
The UK leads the way in driving website traffic through social engagement, averaging 4.6% compared to other European countries, according to new research.
Yahoo is preparing for a third round of bids for the company, as the embattled web giant sees its losses widen to $440m.
Which global region uses Facebook the most? And what is the average friend number for users? This new infographic from Dark Bear Web Solutions looks at some of the key facts behind the biggest social network in the world.
Pokemon Go! hasn't revealed official sponsorship formats yet, but that hasn't stopped brands jumping on the augmented reality phenomenon. We look at five of the best examples of companies taking advantage of the latest mobile gaming craze...
Dollar Shave Club, the firm that shook up the men's shaving industry, has been bought by FMCG giant Unilever for a reported $1bn.
Twitter is finally giving everyone a chance at the coveted blue verified badge, offering an online application for its users that will grant them presigious tick.
Guy Phillipson, the Chief Executive of the UK’s Internet Advertising Bureau is to step down in January 2017 after exactly 12 years heading the industry body.
The digital divide is a reality, with the UK split into not two, but three levels of engagement with the digital world: "dawdlers, devotees and day-to-day doers", according to new research.
Latest research suggests that with more than a third of email users not seeing images, email marketing best practice guidelines are overlooked by marketers who rely on graphically rich email templates.
Beauty brand L'oreal has laucnch a new emoji keyboard that lets mobile users share styles in a single symbol.
With the likes of Facebook, Pinterest and YouTube adding more shopping tools, new research indicates that a significant number of youngsters are researching brands and products via social media channels.
Marketers often bundle all ‘millennials’ into the same category, but new research suggests this age group is more diverse and complex than is conventionally assumed.
Increasing web traffic is great, but how can you convert online leads into actual sales? This new infographic from Parker Software looks at how to drive ecommerce conversion rates.
Which Euro 2016 brands performed and which failed in the eyes of over 5,000 football fans? This new infographic from Goal Studios shows the winners and losers of this year’s tournament.
Can VR help people overcome their fear of spiders? Samsung wanted to find out with this new VR experiment. See why it's our viral of the week below...
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