On May 16 I attended VRWorld in London, a two day event on augmented, mixed and virtual reality. It reinforced my thoughts on the ever-changing landscape of VR, and I have created a three step plan to keep up.
An illuminating talk from John Boughton, director of mobile at the TUI Group (owners of Thomson), shedding light on how they and others coped with the web and mobile revolution.
Police say they are tackling cyber crime as a ‘priority’ but it is not just a policing matter. How are our businesses at risk and what can we do to prevent cyber crime and online fraud?
A major ecommerce milestone was reached in the UK last quarter. Sales from mobile devices accounted for more than half of online transactions.
A report from Experian and IMRG shows a record £1.1billion was spent online in the UK on Black Friday alone. Online sales in particular saw a dramatic rise.
The High Court has ruled that taxi app Uber is lawful, meaning users can continue to hail private taxis via Uber, rather than using London black cabs.
An Ofcom survey has revealed that most people prefer to use a mobile rather than laptop - the first time statistics have shown this preference.
How many times have you been on Twitter, Pinterest or Facebook and seen a picture of something you want to buy? And if you could buy it with one click… would you?
ROPO is a phrase you may have heard. It means “Research Online, Purchase Offline”, and refers to customers scoping out online prices before heading to a shop to buy.
The Forbes 400 – the 400 richest people in America – is updated annually in September. Number one is Bill Gates, so where is Mark Zuckerberg?