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Many customers find an increased click & collect service is improving the supermarket offering, with ‘more value’ being the number one are that they need to improve, according to a new customer survey.
Unilever Foundry has announced its search for the world’s top 50 marketing technology startups, who will be taken to Lions Innovation in Cannes in June to pitch to industry leaders.
LinkedIn shares dropped 26% after the company projected lower than expected profits for the first quarter of 2016, blaming shaky global economic conditions.
With the 6 Nations Rugby tournament starting this weekend, there is a huge oportuinity for brands to get involved in the buzz around the event. This new infographic from Radium One looks at the key stats behind the typical 6 nations fan- and how to engage with them.
Phones made by China's Xiaomi - the world's fourth biggest smartphone maker - are going on sale in the US for the first time, but they won’t be able to run on 4G networks.
YouTube is set to launch its paid video service on 10th February, with one TV show and three feature-length films as first exclusive content.
An app running on Samsung’s recently updated API new ad blocking capabilities, has been abruptly removed from the Google Play store.
Bing Ads have appointed Minal Fofaria to lead its newly created EMEA Insights team, as the firm looks to boost search data to inform intelligent creative campaigns.
Here are the top digital marketing data and case studies that caught our eye.
Microsoft has bought London-based SwiftKey, a pioneer in touchscreen typing apps, according to reports.
Mobile messaging service WhatsApp is now used by a billion people every month, Facebook has reported.
A last minute agreement on EU-US ‘Safe Harbour’ transatlantic data transfers has been announced, in a move that could save business millions in extra fees for privacy protection… but many critics are wary of the privacy implications for citizens.
Pedigree is once again running a ‘Puppy Bowl’ match ahead of this years Superbowl, this year expanding into virtual reality to get a ‘dog’s eye-view of the match.
Yahoo is cutting its workforce by 15% as part of an "aggressive strategic plan" to drive growth after dropping to a $4.4bn loss for 2015.
The team behind one of YouTube's biggest channels have dropped plans to trademark ‘reaction videos’ after a backlash from fans.
IBM has bought the Weather Company as it makes gains in its IoT capabilities.
Google has a new top secret project by the same team that brought us Project Loon, deliver ultra-fast 5G internet from solar drones, according to new reports.
Google's new parent company Alphabet has overtaken Apple as the world's most valuable company by market value, despite its 'moonshots' losing it $3.5bn over 12 months.
Ahead of this year’s Oscars, Vanity Fair is publishing its annual Hollywood Issue on Snapchat for the first time.
Google has launched a Donation card for YouTube video creators, letting viewers directly donate money to non-profit organisations from the video sharing platform.
A new initiative looking for digital solutions for the global refugee crisis is calling on tech firm to submit their ideas, ahead of a conference at 10 Downing Street this week.
Advertisers are shifting their budgets from paid search to display and mobile programmatic ads, as personalisation technology becomes more effective, according to new research.
WhatsApp usage is highest in Latin America, while the chat app struggles in North America, where stable-mate Facebook Messenger leads the way, according to new research.
Tesco is to end 24-hour trading in 70 of its stores due to the growth of online shopping which has meant that certain shops had few customers during the night.
Samsung has become the latest player to allow ad blocking by default, pre-installing the filtering software on its latest Android phones.
Microsoft is heading underwater for its latest data centre, in a bid to tackle high energy costs and control the carbon footprint.
A surge in video views that has boosted advertising spending contributes to a bumper final quarter for Facebook.
The design for the first driverless cars to be tested on the streets of London has been revealed.
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