Google is reportedly planning to to move accounts of its British users to a US jurisdiction, opening up the sensitive information of tens of millions of Brits to UK authorities.
Sometimes the customer isn't always right, especially when it comes to leaving fake reviews. In a landmark ruling, an Australian court has granted a Melbourne dentist an order which forces tech giant Google to reveal the identification of an anonymous online reviewer.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has said there is a "strong argument" for tougher regulation to cover the tech giants in the UK, as Google and Facebook are stifling competiton.
Online travel booking giants Expedia and Booking’s recent reported dip in earnings were blamed on growing competition from Google. However, new research suggests travel brands might be struggling as they aren’t delivering the customer experience that consumers expect.
Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down from their roles within parent company Alphabet.
Facebook has launched a new tool that lest users bulk-export all their photos and videos to another service or social network in just a couple of clicks, starting with Google Photos.
Web hosting company Hostinger offers 5 tips on how to create an authentic podcast that would last.
There may be a predicted 12.6 million smart speaker users in the UK* and more than 100,000 Alexa skills launched since the Amazon Echo entered our homes five years ago, but Brits are seriously lacking in imagination when it comes to the tasks it requests of Alexa (and friends), according to new research by voice experts at a leading digital experience agency.
Google is expanding its Duplex service, moving "beyond voice” and coming to the web, letting users buy movie tickets with a few commands.
Google has revamped its political ad rules, meaning audience adverts on Google search and YouTube will now be limited to the general categories of age, gender and general location.
People in the UK are looking to businesses behind the products and services that they consume to play an active role in shaping society for the better and tackle the climate crisis, according to new research.
A third of small to medium size enterprises do not have a website to enable discovery, while 71% do not manage a search engine listing or map listing for their business, according to new research.
Websites that load slowly because they are poorly coded could soon be flagged by Google's Chrome browser.
Google is expanding its network of shopping ads to the YouTube mobile app as it looks to take on Amazon in the growing ecommerce ad sector.
Google has bought fitness device maker Fitbit for $2.1bn (£1.6bn), but the tech giant is seeking to calm fears by insisting health data will not be used for Google ads.
Twitter has taken the controversial step to ban political advertising from its platform, just weeks before the UK holds a general election.
Holiday customers that return the following holiday season are more than twice as likely to convert compared to other customers – highlighting the importance of using technology that can analyse and segment valuable audiences at scale, according to new research.
The budget for SEO in the average marketing team has dropped by 5% in 2019 compared to those in 2018, with 60% of marketers admitting that resource and a lack of available spend are the main reasons for a lack of investment in organic search activity, according to new research.
Nearly a third of Brits (32%) are considering ditching Facebook over privacy concerns, compared to just 11% have similar issues with Huawei, according to new research.
As of 30th September, Google’s ‘average position’ metric was retired to make way for ‘prominence metrics’. This change may be viewed as a serious concern for advertisers but Marin Software’s Head of Marketing, Wesley MacLaggan, showcases how it is possible to transition from one metric to the other seamlessly and without impacting success.