Customer review websites are pretty much the wild west of the internet and the reason for this is the owners of the sites don't think it's their responsibility to police the content that people post.
As Ramadan comes to an end – a time of self-sacrifice, humility and remembering the less fortunate – figures from Worldpay predict practicing Muslims will end the fast by splashing out in British retailers.
Grocery shoppers have embraced mobile technology, as evidenced by device grocery search volumes growing 22 per cent in the second quarter of 2014 compared with the same quarter a year earlier, according to the British Retail Consortium.
Small business owner Sally Pritchett explains why recession pain has led to business gain for the SME marketing industry.
The growing hype surrounding data lakes is causing confusion in the information management space, according to Gartner.
A children's book publisher secured a £100,000 investment on Dragon's Den yesterday for just 4 per cent equity, a valuation of £2.5m – the most generous in the show's history.
The total value of fraud in the first half of 2014 fell by 39 per cent when compared with last year, but the number of frauds has remained constant as young con artists have cashed in with technology focused crime.
A group of local authorities are calling for a levy on big supermarkets, which they say will help spread wealth back around local communities.
The introduction of tribunal fees has caused a massive fall in the number of claims, according to a Trades Union Congress (TUC) report published today.
Rhys Williams, partner at international law firm Taylor Vinters looks at the security implications of Google Glass.