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Visits to search engines in the UK increased to 2.3bn in January 2012 compared to 2.2bn in the same period in 2011, according to data from Experian Hitwise.
The additional 100m visits equates to a yearly increase of 4.5%.
Google still dominates the market with 90.64% of all UK searches conducted in January, slightly down on December's tally of 91.75% but up 0.27% annually.
YouTube has launched two new motor channels to add to its ever increasing range of original content.
The Motor Trend channel is described as a “never-ending car expo” and will broadcast programming from brands such as Hot Rod, Motorcyclist, Lowrider and FourWheeler.
Amazon is now the UK’s number one entertainment retailer in terms of market share, according to new figures from Kantar Worldpanel.
The company took 22.4% of the market for videos, games and music in the 12 weeks ending December 26 2011, while HMV had a 17.5% share.
Blackberry’s App World generates 43% more daily downloads per app than Apple’s App Store, according to RIM’s VP for developer relations Alec Saunders.
During his speech at Blackberry DevCon Europe today, Saunders also stated that App World has more paid downloads than the Android Market and clocks up 6m daily downloads, which equates to 30 apps per Blackberry user each year.
Overall, App World is second only to iOS in terms of profitability, generating 40% more revenue for developers than the Android Market.
Groupon’s scramble to bring in fresh talent (and technology) has taken yet another step forward with the acquisition of personalised shopping startup Adku.
The newly acquired company personalises the shopping experience for those visiting e-commerce sites, and was picked up for a price reported to be more than $10m.
Amazon is said to be opening a trial brick-and-mortar store in Seattle to see if a chain of shops could be profitable.
Though this might seem like a step backwards for Amazon, the need to give its tablets and e-readers a physical shop window seems to be the main motivation.
Google has released data from Sunday evening which reveals that 41% of searches relating to Super Bowl ads made during the game came from mobile devices.
A post on the company's blog states that this is up from 25% for the same time period on the day before.
Cadbury has again turned to social media to launch a new product called Bitsa Wispa.
Last week the chocolate brand ran a competition to find its ultimate Wispa fan, and the winner was invited to announce the launch on Facebook.
In January Cadbury launched a new Dairy Milk Bubbly bar on Google+ for the first time before also revealing the new product on Facebook and Twitter.
The Wispa bar was discontinued in 2003 as part of a relaunch of the Dairy Milk brand but was brought back in 2007 following a Facebook campaign.
The Olympics will help drive a 4.2% increase in UK adspend in 2012 compared to 2011, according to Warc’s International Ad Forecast.
It also predicts that most major advertising markets will see revenues rise, led by fast-growing economies such as China, India and Russia.
Ford has launched a new tool that allows its US franchises to show real time vehicle inventory information through their own social media profiles.
FordDirect DealerConnection Vehicle Showroom (VSR) integrates with Facebook pages, YouTube channels or blogs to allow customers to browse new and used car information without clicking out of their original destination.
Procter & Gamble (P&G) is to lay off 1,600 staff as part of a cost cutting exercise that will also include a re-evaluation of the company’s $10bn ad budget.
It comes as P&G chairman Robert McDonald revealed to analysts that the company had somewhat belatedly recognised the cost efficiency of digital marketing.
Google has been fined £415,000 by a French court for offering Google Maps to businesses as a free service.
Bottin Cartographes successfully sued for the damages after claiming Google was abusing its dominant position and stifling competition against companies that charged for the service.