Casual games website Miniclip is to move its UK advertising sales account from Microsoft to online sales house SunChaser after a pitch.
Sir Martin Sorrell, founder and chief executive of WPP, expects News Corporation's bid to buy the 60.9% of satellite and cable operator BSkyB it does not already own, to be passed by the regulators.
Havas-owned Arena Media has launched a new social media unit called 247 Social to provide a full service capability for clients across media, PR and creative build.
Twitter, the micro-blogging site, has raised a fresh $200m (£129m) in new finance, which values the company at $3.7bn (£2.4bn).
CNBC, the business and financial news channel, has released a free iPad app to allow City workers to keep up to date with their portfolios on the go and watch CNBC video-on-demand.
Microsoft has announced plans to add a privacy feature to its Windows Internet Explorer 9 (IE9), which will prevent web sites from tracking users' online activity.
07 Dec 2010
| by Chris Tryhorn
Is it possible to have too many friends? Some of Silicon Valley's finest brains think so, which is why niche networks like Path and Diaspora are springing up to allow users to share their lives more openly with a trusted inner-circle
Lonely Planet has appointed its global marketing director Dominic Rowell as managing director of digital.
Every community in the UK will have access to super fast broadband by 2015, culture secretary Jeremy Hunt announced today (6 December), in a speech on "Britain's Superfast Broadband Future", at think tank Reform.
Talks between Google and Groupon have fallen through after Groupon rejected a $6bn bid from the internet giant, according to reports.