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Samsung brings Notting Hill Carnival to The Piccadilly Lights

Samsung brings Notting Hill Carnival to The Piccadilly Lights

Notting Hill Carnival will be an online event and feature the sights, sounds and tastes of the carnival.

Ben & Jerry’s hits out at Priti Patel over migrant crossings

Ben & Jerry’s hits out at Priti Patel over migrant crossings

Ice-cream brand calls for more safe routes for refugees.

Twitter ad revenue down 23% despite boom in users

Twitter ad revenue down 23% despite boom in users

Social-media platform's monetisable daily active users were up a third, but total revenues fell by a fifth in the second

Brands should not revert to pre-Covid messaging, Twitter study finds

Brands should not revert to pre-Covid messaging, Twitter study finds

Survey of 1,000 UK users found just 7% want brands to return to their normal tone of voice.

Twitter feels 'terrible' for Bitcoin scam that targeted politicians and CEOs

Twitter feels 'terrible' for Bitcoin scam that targeted politicians and CEOs

Social networks calls scam 'co-ordinated social-engineering attack'...

Twitter hiring people to work on new subscription platform

Twitter hiring people to work on new subscription platform

'This a first for Twitter,' company says in move that could mean less reliance on ad revenue.

Realism is drowning out perfection on social media

Realism is drowning out perfection on social media

With people facing hardships in their lives, there's little desire for having perfection rubbed in our noses on social media.

Damian Collins: Spreading harmful content should be an offence

Damian Collins: Spreading harmful content should be an offence

Panel of experts led by former DCMS committee chair.

Campaign Tech Awards 2020: Most Effective Use of Programmatic Media

Campaign Tech Awards 2020: Most Effective Use of Programmatic Media

This award is open to media owners, media agencies, brands or creative agencies that maximised the use of automated media

Is working from home 'forever' going too far?

Is working from home 'forever' going too far?

Twitter has said it will become permanent option for staff