Since the 90s, mobile technology has transformed the way we live and also the way we work. Computer Futures we have taken a nostalgic walk down memory lane, merging today’s well-known apps with available technology 30 years ago.
Freelance job platform Fiverr has bought Working Not Working, a platform for high-end creative talent that’s used by the likes of Google, Netflix, Spotify, Droga5, and Wieden+Kennedy.
Misconceptions and a lack of awareness are causing young people from diverse backgrounds to miss out on tech career opportunities, which are among the most Covid-proof.
Weetabix Food Company has reported a surge in sales of its cereal, after it tweeted a controversial pairing with Heinz Beanz as part of a Sainsbury’s promotion.
Brits are still using search engines more than social media to discover brands, according to new research.
Dating app Bumble, famous for putting women in charge of making contact with potential matches, has soared to a market value of more than $13bn after listing shares.
US president Joe Biden administration will suspend former president Donald Trump’s proposed TikTok ban, as it assesses whether the short-form video app really poses a national security threat.
Last month, Clubhouse’s valuation hit $1 billion, with high-profile names flurrying to the platform, from celebrities, CEOs, entrepreneurs and musicians, and recently garnering even more media attention with Elon Musk’s recent Tweet that he would be talking live on the social media audio app.
Social commerce on the rise: Shopify expands Shop Pay in-stream payments process to Facebook and Instagram
Shopify has partnered with Facebook to expand its payment option, Shop Pay, to all Shopify merchants selling across both Facebook and Instagram.
Chief Revenue Officer, Chief Growth Officer and Chief People Officer roles have risen in demand over the past year as companies navigated the global pandemic and managed the impact on business performance.
This year’s Super Bowl brought ads from Bud Light, Cheetos, Robinhood, Chipotle, Pringles and many more to a locked-down audience hungry for live events. We round up the best of the bunch for your viewing pleasure.
London, Lisbon, Milan, Bordeaux, Burgas and Warsaw have triggered investment of €250 million (£218..8 million) in smart technologies as part of the Sharing Cities programme, led by the Mayor of London.
As iconic international high street retail brands like Topshop and Debenhams go online-only, the pandemic is driving the most extreme transformation in the clothing industry, questioning the viability of traditional business models.
Nearly three-quarters of UK C-level executives say customers now expect greater innovation from them and more than two-fifths (44%) are increasing marketing spend to help them adapt, according to new research.
Nearly three-quarters (74%) of UK C-level executives believe customers now expect greater innovation from them than before the pandemic, and nearly two-thirds (65%) are focused on creating new revenue streams.
Nearly three quarters (73%) of marketers have moved at least part of their digital marketing in-house over the last year, according to new research.
Consumers spent 30% more on health and fitness apps in 2020, rising to over $2bn, with downloads and time spent also up sharply, according to new research.
The 10 millionth smart meter in Britain has been installed, with the roll-out progressing despite Covid pandemic, reaching key milestone in digitising Britain’s energy system
Customer loyalty was at an all-time low for mobile applications in 2020 — in fact, the pandemic led to a 10% rise in an already high uninstall rate.
The majority of international businesses are drawing up entirely new digital strategies, with two thirds (64%) of them scrapping current transformation plans due to ongoing coronavirus concerns.