Google fess up to thumping big viewing figures.
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Research cast doubts on the real popularity of the IM service.
In a landmark move, the UK broadcaster adds thousands of shows to their online catalogue
The VPlay really is a fantastic example of what can be achieved by someone who know his stuff.
As has been widely predicted, Hulu, the online TV catchup service that currently only works in the US, could launch in the UK as early as September this year. The broadband delivered services, a joint venture between News International, NBC and Universal, has been highly acclaimed for the quality of the video, much the same [...]
Brit-authored ‘computation knowledge engine’ set to rival Google.
Twitter have smartened their new Follow email, borrowing heavily from Twimailer. We’ve been users of Twimailer since it first launched. It’s Web service that sends you an email alerting you when someone new follows you on Twitter – but with loads of extra info on it and laid out in an attractive manner.
Microblogging service finding it hard to retain users.
Now you can seek out images by visual similarity.
Online character brought back from the dead, supposedly by ‘public demand.’