Australian Online ad spend across general display, search and classified all rose significantly in the third quarter, as the country reels from the impact of the Covid-10 pandemic.
Google is opposing an Australian law forcing tech giants to pay local news outlets, warning it could threaten search services in the country.
As more countries across the world impose lockdown restrictions to fight the spread on the Coronavirus, how is consumer sentiment towards brands and advertising changing? New research from Global Web Index looks at key markets across the world to uncover why people expect brands to help more and advertise less.
Online services marketplace Bark is launching into three new global markets: Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, further expanding its global presence to eight markets.
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.
Fast food chain Burger King has been forced to remove an advert in New Zealand after it was branded ‘racist’.
Over one fifth (22%) of internet users across four markets – the US, UK, Australia and India – use the available voice-command features to operate their TV and video devices, with another 30% planning to do more in the future, according to new research.
It was casting choice that baffled the world: US comedy favourite Danny McBride playing the son of Mick “Crocodile” Dundee in a reboot of that the iconic 80’s film. But it was all an elaborate hoax to promote Australian Toursim.
Ad tech firm Adform has expanded its presence in China, Australia, and Dubai, with additional regional growth planned in the near future.
China’s Huawei and ZTE have been banned from providing 5G technology equipment to Australia, citing national security concerns.
Data protection vacancies have increased by four times the UK average, with 25% of jobs advertised in 2018, according to new research.
Australia will fare best from the rise of machine learning, while UK will lose out the most, According to a new study looking into the impact of AI until the year 2030.