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Customer data ‘to drive the majority of sales decisions by 2020’

As big data takes an ever greater role in marketing, a new report predicts that customer data ‘to drive the majority of sales decisions- although many firms feel they aren’t making the most of their current information.

24/02/2016  |  Full story...

New ad platform reveals real-time store footfall

xAd has launched a new ad exchange platform that lets brands see real-world footfall in-store and across their high street competitors, breaking the barrier between online and offline by using location data.

24/02/2016  |  Full story...

Beyond gaming: Facebook creates 'social virtual reality' team

Mark Zuckerberg made a surprise appearance at Samsung’s Mobile World Congress event, touting the rise of virtual reality and Facebook’s new social VR team.


22/02/2016  |  Full story...

Google ‘Jigsaw’ to solve internet's hardest puzzles

Google's former internet think tank, Google Ideas, has been transformed into a separate technology incubator called Jigsaw.

19/02/2016  |  Full story...

The next 100 years: Underwater cities, virtual reality and space colonies await

Super-skyscrapers which will dwarf the Shard, under water bubble cities and origami furniture are all likely to be reality in 100 years’ time, according to a new report.

16/02/2016  |  Full story...

Google puts AI expert in charge of search business

Google has put its Artificial Intelligence lead engineer John Giannandrea in charge of its search operations, signalling the growing role of machine learning inside the company.

15/02/2016  |  Full story...

Project Skybender: Google to beam 5G internet from solar drones

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.

02/02/2016  |  Full story...

#Techfugees looks for digital solutions to global refugee crisis

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.

02/02/2016  |  Full story...

Microsoft tests underwater data centre to cut cooling costs

Microsoft is heading underwater for its latest data centre, in a bid to tackle high energy costs and control the carbon footprint.

01/02/2016  |  Full story...

AI breakthrough: Computer beats Go champion 10 years earlier than expected

20 years on from a computer beating a chess champion, artificial intelligence now looks to have finally mastered the board game Go.


28/01/2016  |  Full story...

First 3D printed Kidney transplant a success

A three-year-old girl from Northern Ireland has become the first to have a life-saving adult kidney transplant, using 3D printing.

26/01/2016  |  Full story...

Apple goes AI: Snaps up facial expression recognition software

Apple has bought Emotient, a developer of facial expression recognition software, that analyses people’s emotions through their facial expressions.

12/01/2016  |  Full story...

Amazon Dash: Smart dishwasher does the detergent shopping for you

Whirlpool is linking up its range of new refrigerators and dishwashers to Amazon Dash, so they can order replacement products automatically.


05/01/2016  |  Full story...

Mark Zuckerberg to build robot butler to help him at work

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg plans to build artificial intelligence (AI) to help him around the house and with his work, similar to the butler Jarvis from the film Iron Man.

04/01/2016  |  Full story...

The year in digital: The best (and worst) of marketing in 2015

2015 was another big year for digital marketing, with the Apple Watch launch, the rise of ad blockers and mobile growth skyrocketing. This was the year that content went native, retargeted ads got smarter and global time on digital screens overtook TV. In this special report, we've gathered together the biggest headlines you might have missed across 10 key digital categories. As an added bonus, we also look at some of the best virals, worst marketing fails and the weirdest headlines of the year.

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21/12/2015  |  Full story...

Odd news: The weirdest digital stories of 2015

From smart sheep to telepathic advertising, technology took us in some strange directions during 2015. In this brave new world of robot chefs, mind-controlled drones and scary AI, we celebrate the weirdest news of the year.

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18/12/2015  |  Full story...

Furniture Village adds extra dimension to products

Furniture Village is planning to enhance online customer experience, introducing 360 spin photography to support the launch of its new website in 2016.

17/12/2015  |  Full story...

‘Recognition Triggers’ scan ads without QR codes

‘Recognition Triggers’- a new ad tool created by Powa Technologies- lets people to take a picture of any advert and buy the product in just two taps, with no need to scan QR codes, or go to websites.

14/12/2015  |  Full story...

Internet of Things trends in 2015: Creepy dolls, smart whisky bottles and talking trash

After years of hype, the concept of an ‘Internet of Things’ is becoming a reality. From smartwatches and connected toothbrushes to intelligent thermostats and driverless cars- a web connection is becoming standard for many devices. This move towards a ‘programmable world’ is creating an explosion of new customer touchpoints for marketers to harvest. As part of our review of the year, we look back at the key trends that shaped the Internet of Things in 2015, including Google's creepy smart teddies, Barbie Dolls wired up to the web and BBC testing mind controlled headsets...

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11/12/2015  |  Full story...

Christmas lights CAN ruin Wi-Fi connectivity- Ofcom

Telecoms regulator, Ofcom has said that six million homes could be suffering from slow broadband speeds as a result of putting up Christmas lights, placing Wi-Fi hubs close to microwaves, or near lamps or by installing baby alarms.

01/12/2015  |  Full story...

Most UK media agencies 'have changed structure to adopt new ad tech'

Advertising technology is changing the traditional media agency model, according to new research.

26/11/2015  |  Full story...

Organic tech, robot bosses and the Zettabyte era: Economist app predicts 2016 trends

2016 will see the rise of the organic tech industry, machines will monitor employee performance and the 'zettabyte era' will begin as the world will churn out more than a trillion gigabytes, according to new predictions from The Economist.


19/11/2015  |  Full story...

UK Govt. offers top firms free cyber ‘health check’

A Cyber Governance Health Check has been launched by Digital Economy Minister Ed Vaizey this week, aimed at helping the UK’s biggest companies defend themselves against cyber attacks.

19/11/2015  |  Full story...

Google driverless car gets pulled over (but avoids a ticket)

US police pulled over one of Google's self-driving cars this week for driving slowly, but there was no traffic infraction.

Presented without comment.Image ©2015 Aleksandr Milewski

Posted by Zandr Milewski on Thursday, 12 November 2015

13/11/2015  |  Full story...

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