What is good enough for Rolls Royce is good enough for us! Burberry is the latest UK big name to set its sights on the luxury Chinese market. The brand has opened a virtual storefront, as the Wall Street Journal describes it, on an Ali Baba... Read more
Facebook has revealed that it does not use GPS to target ads “right now”, following the roll out of Nearby Friends and Location History, but has not mentioned if this is something that will be implemented in the future.
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Two thirds (67 per cent) of 16-24s say that security is their number one priority when buying an internet-connected product, while over a third of say the risks associated with new technology such as the Internet of Things do not outweigh the... Read more
The latest issue of The Drum includes a look at how art can illuminate advertising and how IBM’s newly badged agency, Interactive Experience, is poised to disrupt the digital advertising landscape
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The Heartbleed bug has been making the headlines over the past weeks.The bug exists in a piece of open source software called OpenSSL, and allows anyone to read the memory of the compromised systems. However, people have been warned not to change... Read more
Online shoppers in the capital also seem to be more decisive than the rest of the UK – non-Londoners are more likely to use search to find what they’re looking for whilst Londoners are far more likely to go directly to the website they’re looking... Read more