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.
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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.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to global ad prices falling across all media channels except digital video and display, according to new research.
The UK ad market is forecast to contract by £4.2bn (16.7%) this year) to £21.1bn this year due to the coronavirus lockdown and economic slump.
Google’s parent company Alphabet has revealed a 13% surge in first quarter revenue despite a “significant” hit to advertising sales as the COVID-19 crisis continues.
Ogury has launched its new Video Chooser format, which delivers full-screen, user-chosen video ads to the advertising market for the first time, with Mastercard, Bayer and ConAgra the first big names to sign up.
The UK government is launching a contact-tracing app to track the spread of coronavirus, letting users self-report if they develop symptom and alert anyone who’s been in their vicinity before the symptoms manifested, in a bid to halt the spread.
Education, fitness, shopping and music apps are among those which has seen the biggest spikes in downloads and consumer spend, as the virus lockdown drives more people to their mobiles, according to new research.
Nuance Communications has launched a voice-to-agent messaging tool, an AI solution that eliminates the need to put customers on hold.
Mobile video ads in the UK are ahead of the global average for viewability and time spent, but display ads lag slightly behind, according to new research.
App install spend in the gaming sector is set to more than double by 2022, reaching £37bn globally, up from £17bn in 2019, according to new research.
Consumer messaging apps have overtaken email for work communication via mobile, which in turn is creating new privacy and security risks faced by employers and employees, according to a new report.