Blippi is the highest earning g YouTube channel,, with a potential of nearly £1 million a month from advertising, according to new research.
LED mirrors, bathroom TVs, whirlpool baths and japanese toilet are the most searched for bathroom tech, according to new research.
Will the launch of the new Oxford Covid vaccine actually make any difference to the new normal office set up? A survey of UK HR professionals suggests that remote working is here to stay, regardless of any future vaccine.
Boston Dynamics sent off 2020 with its most impressive robot video to date – showing off its entire range dancing to the classic song “Do You Love Me?” in a fun demonstration of just how quickly this technology is developing.
Nearly three quarters (74%) of business owners and CEOs now say all employees at their company are working remotely, compared with just 7% before the pandemic, with many anticipating staff will want to continue this trends after the pandemic.
From the economic effects and catastrophic loss of life brought on by the pandemic to the growing climate emergency, 2020 was year many would want to forget. But beyond the tragedy and uncertainly there were many positive stories of unity against adversity – and the digital marketing sector was no different. We take a month-by-month look back at how advertisers and tech giants alike adapted to a year like no other.
FC Bayern Munich opened a new flagship store in central Munich on December 10, 2020 and offers its fans a unique experience: photos with the FCB stars, anytime, with a new augmented reality service.
From the AI journalists to palm reading payments, technology took us in some strange directions during 2020. In this special article, we celebrate the 10 weirdest news stories of the year.
Online gambling site Foxy Bingo worked with Idomoo to send individual personalised videos to existing customers thanking them for their loyalty.
Volkswagen has teamed up with computer graphics giant Unity to launch a new campaign based 3D design tech.
Hiring in the media and communications industry spiked in October compared with the previous month, but there is still a significant lag behind other professional services sectors such as finance and legal, according to new research.
Zoom has seen its third quarter sales grow four-fold as working from home fuels a sharp rise in video conferencing.
The UK tops the list in Europe for smart home searches, making an average of 229,860 queries a month, while ‘Smart TV’ the most popular appliance, according to new research.
Global employee wellbeing company, Tictrac, has announced a significant new partnership with The Athlete Media Group that will see Olympic athletes and sporting world record holders sharing their unique insight and expertise with users of its Employee Wellbeing Platform.
The 2020s are shaping up to be the decade of audio and sonic branding alongside visual branding and UX, which is becoming a key element of brands strategy, tech innovation and marketing. global audio brand agency amp has identified four burgeoning trends that will go mainstream in 2021, changing the way we listen to and interact with brands.
Business investment in developing skills has not kept up with the growing demand for new skills during the pandemic, according to new research.
Plymouth Sound is to be home to the world’s first 5G ocean-based marine testbed, putting the city at the forefront of marine and maritime innovation.
Earlier this year, Santander launched PagoFX, an international transfer, service. Here, the financial giant reveals how it managed to produce a full campaign during a pandemic.
We’re living in an age where celebrity status is no longer confined to traditional ‘celebrities’. Today, if you have something to say and a mobile phone in hand, the possibilities are endless. By creating unique and engaging content and gradually building up an astonishing following on Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, or Twitter, people from all walks of life can become an influencer and get their voices heard.
A third (36%) of full-time workers feel their professional development has regressed; 28% were due a promotion that has now been put on hold; and just under half (46%) have received no training from their employer during the pandemic, according to new research.