The number of tech hubs across Africa has grown by nearly 50% in the past year alone, with Mauritius, Kenya and South Africa home to some of the best cities fro start-ups on the continent.
Mature people aged 45 and over are more likely to want to respond to an email ad by buying instore rather than online, according to new research.
The full rollout of gigabit broadband would provide a boost to the economy of 0.7 percent of GDP by 2025, the equivalent of over £13bn, or an extra £217 per person a year, according to new research.
Online shoppers are at odds with their desire for personalised digital experiences from brands and their demand for privacy, according to new data.
Amazon has launched its first Amazon-branded supermarket called Go Grocery, located in the online retail giant’s home city of Seattle.
From 5G conspiracy theories to radiation poisoning, OnBuy's mobile phone department conducted a survey to find out the mobile phone myths Brits believe the most.
Streaming video rules mobile, with YouTube accounting for more than 25% of total worldwide mobile traffic by volume, followed by Facebook Video with 17%, according to new research.
User experience agency Sigma has released its latest research into usability and accessibility across ten of the UK’s favourite travel websites.
Twitter is considering new labels for identified misinformation, with large tags on 'harmfully misleading' reports, and links to reference material to cross-check.
2020 will be the year of the 'Great Data Reckoning', the tipping point in the world when it comes to data overabundance, according too a new report looking into global marketing changes.
Even though we get less spam, such emails are still a major threat to internet users. Spam often contains not only commercial information but also links that lead to phishing or malware sites. And spamming techniques keep constantly evolving.
With demand for friction free payment transactions, such as contactless payments, using cards and digital wallet, predicted to grow by 300% globally over the next five years, retailers need to diversify and reimagine the traditional point of payment in-store and online, according to a new report.
Marketing technology firm Datasine has launched a new product designed to improve consumer engagement through hyper personalisation.
Auto Trader has worked alongside a futurologist to reveal its predictions for what the 2050 car will look like, predicting the technological developments and social functions of cars in the future.
After a surprisingly strong Christmas sales period, retailer hopes of a continuation of such growth into 2020 were dashed in January, with online retail sales growth dropping back to -0.4% Year-on-Year (YoY), according to new data.
Burger King's latest ad campaign takes the bold step of showing its signature burger decaying in a time lapse video to showcase its removal of artificial preservatives.
Amazon.co.uk is the most visible¹ website overall in Google’s UK page one results when people search for consumer electronics topics such as computers, laptops, video and mobile phones according to a new study by Searchmetrics.
The number of tech jobs advertised in the UK fell 52% from mid-2019 to the end of the year, according to new data.
Tying TV to business outcomes is a high priority across Europe, with advertisers tracking an average of 5 KPIs, according to a new pan-European study.
Google is reportedly planning to to move accounts of its British users to a US jurisdiction, opening up the sensitive information of tens of millions of Brits to UK authorities.
As the coronavirus continues to send tremors through the business and travel sectors globally, new data has shown a major drop in downloads, bookings and revenue on travel apps following the outbreak.
Generation X (45 to 54-year olds) are the most prolific online shoppers, confounding popular opinion that millennials dominate internet purchasing, according to new research.
Over two-fifths (41%) of UK workers admit to using WhatsApp for work purposes despite it being against WhatsApp’s legal terms of service to use it in ways that involve any non-personal use.
Event report: Salesforce brings LGBTQ+ representation in the media industry to the fore with Stonewall fundraising event
This week, Salesforce hosted its ‘Now You See Me’ event, exploring the representation of LGBTQ+ people in mainstream media, highlighting that there is a greater responsibility on the media to educate society.