'Concerned Individual' Takes On Tories With Alternative Google Ads On Dementia Tax

'Concerned Individual' Takes On Tories With Alternative Google Ads On Dementia Tax

Becky Barnes  22.05.2017
A ‘concerned individual’ has decided to take on the Tories’ controversial ‘dementia tax’ Google advertising...
Don't Panic, Google Can Now Fix Your Terrible Photo Skills

Don't Panic, Google Can Now Fix Your Terrible Photo Skills

Thomas Tamblyn  17.05.2017
Google knows how much people love taking pictures on their smartphones. What it also knows is that sometimes, no matter what...
Lib Dems Use Google Adverts To Claim Theresa May Is 'De Facto Ukip Leader'

Lib Dems Use Google Adverts To Claim Theresa May Is 'De Facto Ukip Leader'

Ned Simons  15.05.2017
The Lib Dems have placed adverts on Google that claim Theresa May is the “de facto leader of Ukip”. When users search “who...
This Is Why You Shouldn't Google Your Child's Symptoms When They Are Ill

This Is Why You Shouldn't Google Your Child's Symptoms When They Are Ill

Sophie Gallagher  9.05.2017
Every parent is guilty of turning to Google to help answer those questions we’re pretty certain we should know the answer to; how...
The Destructive Consequences Of The Monetisation Of Human Attention

The Destructive Consequences Of The Monetisation Of Human Attention

Roobla  4.05.2017
The underlying fact is that our attention has become a commodity that can be manipulated to increase profit. And secondly that the attention...
Tackling Online Hate Requires A Collaborative Approach

Tackling Online Hate Requires A Collaborative Approach

Shaukat Warraich  3.05.2017
The Home Affairs Select Committee's latest enquiry into social media companies has highlighted how much further there is still to go...
Why Artificial Intelligence Still Needs A Human Touch

Why Artificial Intelligence Still Needs A Human Touch

Vivian Chan  24.04.2017
Rather than thinking of AI as a replacement for human intelligence, information providers such as Facebook and Google ought to consider...
This 'Flying Car' Might Be The Closest Thing To A Podracer You'll Ever Be Able To Buy

This 'Flying Car' Might Be The Closest Thing To A Podracer You'll Ever Be Able To Buy

Oscar Williams  24.04.2017
A ‘flying car’ firm has revealed footage of a futuristic vehicle that might be the closest thing to a podracer you’ll...
You Can Now Access The Brand New Google Earth Directly Through Chrome

You Can Now Access The Brand New Google Earth Directly Through Chrome

Oscar Williams  18.04.2017
From guided tours to 3D viewing, the new Google Earth is loaded with some impressive updates – and the best part is...
Who Is Really Influencing Your Dream Lifestyle?

Who Is Really Influencing Your Dream Lifestyle?

Sophie Maxwell  13.04.2017
'Lifestyle' inspiration is becoming increasingly important and sought after - and whilst Instagram envy has a lot to answer for - who,...
Everyone Is Out To Get You

Everyone Is Out To Get You

Dmitry Bagrov  5.04.2017
For any company developing mobile and online offerings (which is nearly all of them) it is this approach that they should follow. View...
UK's Corporate Tax System Labelled A 'National Disgrace' After Google Revelations

UK's Corporate Tax System Labelled A 'National Disgrace' After Google Revelations

Sarah Ann Harris  1.04.2017
The UK’s corporate tax regime was labelled a “national disgrace” after Google revealed it paid £36.4 million in...
Ducks, Horses And Sexy Clay Bums - Just Another Week On The Internet

Ducks, Horses And Sexy Clay Bums - Just Another Week On The Internet

Ollie Peart  31.03.2017
Trying to keep up with what's going on in the internet is like trying to chase down a steroid stuffed greyhound while wearing stilettos...
When Ads Meet Fascism On YouTube: What The Recent Google-Scandal Tells Us About Big Data Capitalism

When Ads Meet Fascism On YouTube: What The Recent Google-Scandal Tells Us About Big Data Capitalism

Christian Fuchs  28.03.2017
Companies and the UK government pulled advertisements from YouTube after it had been revealed that some of these organisations' ads were...