Brand new tablet from the web and media giant arrives in two weeks, but without rights to magazine, music, TV and film content. Limited? We certainly think so.
Google Maps will be rejected in favour of a new Apple-branded app with turn-by-turn guidance, whilst the number one social network gets greater integration.
Mitt Romney can’t spell America, Getty Images showcase life from sex to bingo, Prometheus steals newspaper headlines, plus more media and social media news.
With the recent long weekend still fresh in our minds we take a look at the online reaction to the Queen’s three main celebratory events.
Another week in the media with Amanda Holden, Britain’s Got Talent, Land Rover survival, Nike’s Manchester mistake, R Kelly, Beastie Boys and more…
Kim Kardashian, Katie Price, Gary Neville, bank losses, Sudan conflict, TNT marketing stunt, Harry Potter PR gaffe, and the week in Twitter.
Tupac’s back from the dead, Wal Mart may have cheated Mexico, and the Voice UK continues to ‘entertain’ us.
From marketing campaigns promoting good manners to Tupac resurrected via Star Wars and Moleskine diary classroom weapons the wonders of the web are here.
The most popular social network on the planet is the UK’s most searched for brand of last year. Again.
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