Microsoft is to buy the artificial intelligence and speech technology firm Nuance Communications for around $16bn (£12bn), as it builds up its cloud-computing operation for healthcare and business customers.
Misalignment between sales and marketing functions is having an adverse effect on both job and organisation performance within firms.
Global spend on apps rose 40% in one year, as lockdown increased time spent on phones and tablets, according to new data.
Google is changing its work-from-home policy as it looks to get more people back into its US offices.
Businesses are reporting tentative signs of recovery and hope for the future, despite another challenging year ahead, according to new research.
Many businesses are failing to keep their workforce at the heart of their digital transformations, leading to employee dissatisfaction and hindering the success of digitalisation initiatives, new research has found.
46% of organisations expect over a third of employees to work remotely after the pandemic, according to new research.
The majority of marketers stretched themselves to breaking point during the pandemic, amid pressure to retain customers and adapt to a purely digital environment, according to new research.
The pandemic has significantly increased the demand for at-home fitness, so much so that health and fitness app downloads increased 30% in 2020, according to new data.
Details have been revealed for an AI-powered interactive poetry installation that will explore whether a computer programme can express the complex nature of humanity through verse.
The traditional whiteboard brainstorm has gone virtual and a lot more engaging, thanks to a new collaboration between the Post-it App from 3M and Miro.
Nearly two-thirds (64%) of total website traffic came from smartphones in 2020 — up 16% from 2019 — according to a new global study of 20 billion web sessions.
Covid-19 has accelerated an industry shift towards freelancing and independent work and highlighted some key challenges for creative production, according to new research into the creative production industry.
Driverless cars could be on the road as early as this year, according to a consultation launched by the British Government in 2020, and Apple have revealed they are planning to release a driverless car in 2024. But a new survey reveals a sceptical public still need to be won over.
Teaching and technology: Four in five teachers concerned missed teaching time will impact children’s education
As schools across England re-open, a new report reveals the true impact of the pandemic on students over the last 11 months – with four-in-five (80%) teachers and two thirds (65%) of parents asserting that the loss of effective teaching time due to Covid-19 will have a long-term impact on pupils’ education.
In a massive shake-up for the global advertising industry, Google plans to stop selling ads based on individuals’ browsing across multiple websites, instead developing methods to target ads without using individual browsing histories.
Amazon has opened its first UK-based till-free store in Ealing in west London – but already has plans to expand with dozens more in the country.
Gender roles have been set back significantly since the COVID crisis began stated 57% of respondents to a new survey of the UK tech industry released to coincide with International Women’s Day.
The vast majority (75%) of senior marketing decision makers feel restricted in their creative endeavours by boardroom executives.