The news that Apple was opening the iOS app-store to ad blockers for mobile devices created a storm in publishing circles, which meant that we heard a lot about them, because publishers publish things that are important to publishing.
Facebook -owned Instagram has hit 400 million monthly active users, making it far larger than rival Twitter, as the social networking site looks to boost advertising revenues from the service.
It was a year ago when Destiny hit consoles, promising a new era of super-connected online shooting.
Alan Partridge himself may as well have penned the marketing bumph for this, the 23rd annual edition of EA’s football series.
A bug in Google’s Chrome browser causes it to crash when clicking on or mousing over a 16-character text string placed on a web page.
Google has been challenged about its approach to advertisers after a study claimed that the company has been charging advertisers for YouTube views even when it thinks that the advert was viewed by a robot, rather than a human.
Facebook acted like the US’s National Security Agency, spying without authority on European users, lawyers representing the Belgian data protection authority said on Monday.
First it was Twitter, the desktop client of which went down for over an hour last week, (that’s almost a year in Twitter time).
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Facebook has censored dozens of posts and user accounts after the death of a high-profile Kashmiri separatist militant, who was killed by the Indian army earlier this month.
Uber is facing a legal challenge from drivers who say that they should be recognised officially as workers at the company, as calls grow for new rights for the UK’s burgeoning army of self-employed individuals.
The enterprise technology company reported second-fiscal-quarter earnings Monday after the bell.