The lockdown has sparked a shift in social media use, has people revert back to chat over sharing news and memes, according to new global research.
One of the world’s biggest tchnology conferencess CES will be online-only in 2021, the organisers have confirmed.
Huawei Consumer Business Group has struck new partnerships with global brands, including Samsonite and Karcher, that will see the mobile giant’s products integrated into each brands customer experience.
Liverpool FC have partnered up with Intel in order to provide online fans on social media and the official website fans with more video content.
Instagram has launched the next stage of its on-platform ecommerce experience with a new ‘Shop’ section in the Explore tab, showcasing a range of personalised items within a single buyable feed.
Biometric authentication technology iProov is providing its services free of charge to bloomd, a start-up supporting the coronavirus crisis.
Google has announced plans to invest $10 billion in India over the next five to seven years to “accelerate digitisation” in the country, as tech giants increasingly look to the huge market as a hub for growth.
Binging on Netflix (37%), sleeping on the job (25%) and household chores (24%) are what Brits working from home are actually doing instead of their day job, according to new research.
Adtech firm GumGum has partnered with IRIS.TV, a global video intelligence platform to combine its image analysis and ad targeting tools for marketers.
Technology firm Fujitsu is to halve its office space in Japan as it adapts to the coronavirus pandemic, letting staff work flexible hours and working from home will be standard wherever possible.
Despite COVID-19’s numerous challenges and impacts on the industry, marketers continue to prioritise and invest in new innovations to better serve and retain their customers, with 52% of respondents increasing marketing spend since the outbreak.
Speechmatics, a UK leader in any-context speech recognition technology and Puzzel, leading European Contact Centre as a Service (CCaaS) provider, have partnered to transform customer experiences in contact centres through Puzzel’s Agent Assist technology.
With tech giants including Google, IBM, Microsoft and Intel racing to create the next generation of supercomputers, investment in quantum computing technologies are booming. New research looks into how machines capable of performing calculations in seconds that traditional computers would take 10,000 years to perform, can provide value (or not) in the short term.
Covid-19 is set to have long lasting impacts on marketing in the sector, with two-thirds of major brands had marketing budgets cut or frozen, with experiential marketing initiatives put on hold for the long-term.
Ford is working with Vodafone Business to unlock the potential of 5G to future-proof electric vehicle production.
The Coronavirus pandemic has radically changed online behaviour, with UK adults spending a quarter of their waking day online during lockdown – a record high, according to Ofcom.
Cannes Lions has launched a website and documentary film showcasing 66 years of the best creative ad work, as the Covid-19 pandemic forced the awards show to scale-down this years event to an online-only version, with most awards to be judged in 2021.
Poor processes, few face-to-face meetings, a lack of focus on how clients can improve and the dominance of ‘cost-only’ KPIs mean brands are missing a major chance to enhance their relationships with agency partners around the world and deliver smarter communications, according to new research.
Ikea’s research and design lab Space 10 has launched a web-based platform EverydayExperiments.com, which gathers some of the most interesting interior design digital trends.
Budweiser is marking the return of top flight football in the UK with three new initiatives, resurrecting its ‘Whassup’ commercial, an Uber Eats promo and a social media campaign that uploaded fan selfies onto stadium billboards during matches.