Zynga, leading provider of social game services, announced that Draw Something, the hit mobile game, is introducing a host of new features and functionality, including comments and share, for an even more fun, social experience.
Taking an original approach to road safety, the Michelin Group has organised a competition for young drivers on Facebook.
HP has announced enhancements to its customer relationship management (CRM) services that help clients engage in conversations with customers and influencers through social media channels, gaining valuable insights that drive business growth.
Parents are keeping tabs on their teens by accessing their Facebook accounts without their consent, AVG Technologies’ latest Digital Diaries study reveals.
Euro RSCG London has created the first ever iAd to use Twitter and its camera function ahead of the next TV burst of the iconic Pliktisijiteur Village Pageant campaign which airs on the 1st May.
The Renault 4+ 4 years in 4 pictures app lets users display four popular pictures over four years as bespoke ‘cover’ image.
Vocus, a leading provider of cloud-based marketing and PR software, has announced that its email and social media marketing platform, iContact, now integrates with LinkedIn social networking.
The most substantial review of criteria and weightings since its launch in 2009 has led to some big changes to the Investis IQ Ranking of corporate websites in the first quarter of 2012.
From now on, with a few simple clicks of their fingers, art lovers will be able to discover not just paintings, but also sculpture, street art, and photographs.
Brightsolid has announced the launch of the new Friends Reunited, as the place to celebrate those ‘Remember when?’ moments.
Zoosk, the romantic social network, announced today the launch of its Couple Profiles offering to allow people to create and share their romantic journey.
Ford’s ‘Win a Car’ competition on its recently launched UK Facebook page generated over 30,000 entries in 48 hours, and was won by Christopher King, 58, from Lincoln.
A switched-on SEAT dealer has harnessed the power of social media to transact almost an entire new car deal exclusively on Twitter.
Zynga, the world’s leading provider of social game services, announced it has acquired New York-based social game developer OMGPOP, makers of the popular cultural hit mobile game, Draw Something, and over 35 additional social games.
ITV has unveiled its brand new digital news offering which is being rolled out in beta this week.
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