Tag Archives: Digital media

12Dec/16

Google signs internet deal with Cuba’s telecommunications monopoly

Google signed an agreement with the Cuban government on Monday granting internet users in the country quicker access to its branded content.
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16Nov/16

Google to expand its London offices creating 3,000 more jobs

Google announces plans to expand its London offices to eventually accommodate 7,000 employees, creating around 3000 new jobs.

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03Nov/16

Facbook loses $20b in value

Facebook shares dive a day after the social media giant warns revenue growth would slow this quarter. Bobbi Rebell reports. Continue reading

05Oct/16

Yahoo built software to secretly search customer emails for U.S. intelligence: Reuters

Yahoo has been secretly scanning millions of its customers’ emails for U.S. intelligence, according to a Reuters investigation.
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24Sep/16

A Google feature film lays bare life in India

Executive Producer Richie Mehta talks about Google’s feature film “India in a Day” which is made entirely from contributions of Indians of all walks of life on October 10, 2015. Continue reading

22Sep/16

Yahoo to confirm big data breach – Recode

Yahoo is expected to confirm that a data breach has exposed several hundred million user accounts, according to Recode. Fred Katayama reports.
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07Feb/16
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2016 Super Bowl Sunday Sees Emerging Of Immersive Advertising And Virtual Reality Technology With Increased Live-Stream Viewers

IRVINE, Calif., Feb. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The face of brand promotion is changing for the Super Bowl and Immersive advertising with Virtual Reality technology that positions people as active users within the digital experience rather than positioning them as passive viewers – is leading the way. Continue reading

23Jan/16

State of play of Virtual Reality

2016 will be a breakthrough year for virtual reality, as the technology starts evolving past a gaming platform towards a new tool to experience live content, according to experts. Ben Gruber reports.
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