Apple has seen year-on-year revenue gains across every category, despite new device models being delayed due to the pandemic.
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.
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.
As the UK reunited over a socially-distanced beer as the lockdown eased, Stella Artois is looking to ensure the moment is a safe one – through the power of smart street art.
Google has acquired North, a Canadian augmented reality wearables company backed by Amazon and Intel. The move follows the failure of its own, Glass, to go mass market.
No programming required: Amazon Web Services launches ‘Honeycode’ to help businesses build apps and websites
Amazon Web Services has launched Amazon Honeycode, a fully managed service that allows customers to build mobile and web applications – with no programming required, with Slack and SmugMug among customers already planning to use the service.
Apple has updated how it handles App Store disputes with third-party developers, letting developers appreal violations and no longer delaying updates to fix functions.
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.
UK contact-tracing app delayed until winter due to ‘technical’ and privacy issues, says health minister
The UK government’s contact-tracing app will not be ready before winter, a health minister has said, despite initially being promised to go live in mid-May.
A study of global online traffic shows the whole world is staying logged on later at night and enjoying a lie in before starting work in the morning.
Health engagement firm Tictrac has secured £6m in its latest funding round, bringing its total investment raised to £13.5m.
Snapchat has announced it will stop “promoting” the account of US president Donald Trump on the image messaging platform, as tensions between White House and social media platforms escalates.
Three UK and Yext has revealed the results of their partnership in helping them deliver answers to consumers on Three’s website – something which has been vital during the pandemic.
Vodafone and Barnardos have launched ‘The Great British Tech Appeal’, with an aim to distribute 10,000 phones and tablets to those most in need during the Covid-19 crisis.
Warner Bros. has premiered an ad for the upcoming Christopher Nolan movie ‘Tenet’ on Fortnite, as online gaming becomes a more lucrative market for advertisers.
AdInMo, a programmatic ad platform for video games, has secured a $500K investment round led by Techstart Ventures, an investor in start-ups across Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Case study: Adidas uses WhatsApp to engage amateur football teams through ‘rent a player’ helpline as part of launch
Adidas found a smart way to get WhatsApp working in its marketing, by creating a hotline to help amateur football teams replace missing players at the last minute. And to build excitement, they added the chance of some global superstar talent. A brilliant social media stunt that hacked the model of WhatsApp.
Facebook has launched the largest ever open-domain chatbot, called Blender, which it claims is able to demonstrate empathy, knowledge and personality and is better than ones created by rival Google.
As technology and automation continues to advance at a staggering rate, the job sector will too, quickly adapting to support breakthroughs across industries. New research looks at 12 types of jobs that don’t exist yet, but could be crucial roles in the coming decades.