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Sky launched a new version of its Sky Sports website last month, adding a range of blogs and podcasts, and redesigning the website’s navigation.
The new site design certainly looks good, but has the site’s usability suffered, as this article suggests?
ComedyBox is a new online video venture from Warner Music Group, containing sketches, classic clips, and stand up routines from an impressive line up of comic talent.
Here in Europe, agencies have enjoyed funding from Google. It was there to encourage training and innovation. It's going.
Google has closed the purse strings and I thought I'd write down what this means to me.
Following on from the New York Times' decision earlier this week to make its entire online version available for free, Rupert Murdoch has hinted that the Wall Street Journal may follow suit.
Murdoch has told reporters that a free WSJ is likely, and that such a move would not harm the paper's print revenues. It is now the only US paper with a subscription model, charging $99 per year.
The UK's etailers are fulfilling customer orders faster than before and have become more flexible with their delivery options, according to new research.
Snow Valley's analysis (PDF) of 71 online retailers found that delivery speeds were increasing - although some retailers would like to be more flexible but are limited by carrier costs.
Disruptive US-based real estate aggregator Zillow continues to confound and amaze with the news that it has raised another $30m, taking its total fundraising to a staggering $87m.
Yep, $87m. I normally turn instantly prickly when I hear the phrase ‘Bubble 2.0’, but I may have to revise my view slightly. I'd hate for Zillow to be burning cash at a rate not seen since the heady days of Boo.com.
Yet in this day and age $87m is a fortune. Internet businesses just don’t need that kind of money to put themselves on the map. Or do they?
Digg has introduced a range of new features to its social news site, allowing users to flesh out their profiles and connect to friends on the site, a la Facebook or MySpace.
As on Facebook, Digg users can now add information about themselves to their profile pages, as well as uploading photos. Users can share profiles with friends or others, depending on privacy settings.
Microsoft is set to unveil an updated version of its search engine at its 'Searchification' event for journalists next week. Today, it has rolled out an updated version of the homepage.
Retailers in the US and UK are getting better at email marketing, though there is still room for improvement, according to a new survey.
Silverpop's 2007 Retail Email Marketing Study (PDF) looks at opt-in practices, email content and the unsubscribe procedures of 150 major retailers in the UK and North America.
AOL has launched 'Propeller', a new social news site, only a few days after moving Digg-rival Netscape to a more traditional model.
A new study of the UK's online retailers has revealed that many e-commerce sites are not offering customers a range of contact details, while many offer limited delivery options and no customer feedback features.
The survey, from website monitoring firm NetExtract analysed a sample of 10,000 e-commerce websites in the UK. It found that many e-commerce sites are missing very basic options.