Social networking and the growth of handheld devices have been revealed as the reasons behind a shift in the bedtime habits of Brits, according to a new nationwide report.
High fuel prices mean nearly 1 in 5 Brits will use technology to catch up with friends and relatives this Christmas rather than driving to see them in person.
December 12th sees the launch of ‘Iconic London 2012‘ at the Truman Brewery on Brick Lane.
Toyota’s already making good use of the web to connect with customers and generate interest in and support for its business and its vehicles through its popular blog, Twitter feed and other social media channels, as well as its prime consumer site.
Zynga has announced the global launch of CoasterVille, a fun new social game where players create their very own theme park, design exciting attractions, and share the thrill with friends.
The Antiques Roadshow play-along game, launched on the BBC Red Button service in September, has proved to be a hit with fans of the show. After just nine weeks, the game, which lets viewers guess the values of items on the programme, has been played by more than 1.5m unique users.
16-year old Nadav Ossendryver became aware of an injured rhino in the Kruger National Park in South Africa via latestsightings.com the crowdsourced wildlife spotting website he developed.
Today sees the launch of Sparks, a new app designed to help you connect with and meet new people nearby with whom you have shared interests.
One in five men have a secret email account they use to hide correspondence from their partner, a survey has revealed.
The number of consumers receiving coupons via mobile devices is expected to rise by 30% next year to more than 500 million people, a new report from Juniper Research has found.
The hostel industry has never been in a time of such rapid change. From low-tech dorms origins, it has re-invented itself as technological innovation trendsetter.
According to a recent survey by first direct Britain's social media users are more voyeurs than active participants when it comes to social media.
When SEAT and Auto Trader teamed up to suspend a Mii from a crane 35 metres above Potters Fields Park in London’s South Bank, and promised to give it away to one lucky Twitter user, it was always going to attract interest.
Christmas would not be Christmas without Chestnuts, whether they are roasted over an open fire or enjoyed as the bases of some hearty homemade stuffing or stews.
A new global study into shopping behaviour, by brand activation agency Arc, has revealed that video games (and systems), baby toys and mobile phones are the three product categories where social media has the biggest influence.
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