14 February

Big Tech and the Future of the News in the UK

In recent years, we have seen increasing hostility between traditional media companies and big tech companies. Where the latter are seeing huge profits and ever-increasing success, news publishers are concerned about their future when tech…

28 January

Instagram Tests Bringing Back the Chronological Feed

Instagram is planning to bring back the chronological newsfeed this year, as well as keeping the current algorithm-based feed and adding a more streamlined favourites feed. We explore the changes and why we think they…

21 December

Jack Dorsey Resigns: Has the Tech Personality Bubble Burst?

Jack Dorsey, co-founder and now former CEO of Twitter has stepped down from his position and away from Twitter completely. Many felt he was staying on for too long and damaging the business, but he…

03 December

What is Twitter Trying to Achieve with 'Spaces'?

One of Twitter’s newer features, Spaces, has actually been around for a year now, but it has only just started to pick up steam. We look at what’s taken Spaces so long to get going…

22 October

Why Did Facebook Shut Down?

Earlier this month, billions of users were affected when Facebook and the platforms it owns, including WhatsApp and Instagram, were hit by an outage. We explain why this occurred and why it could well happen…

27 September

8 Digital Marketing Strategies for Restaurants

There’s no denying that people are thrilled to be eating out again at the moment so it’s important to take advantage of this. However, in a space where there’s a lot of competition, how can…

10 September

What is the UK's New Children's Digital Privacy Code?

New regulations concerning the handling of children’s data online have come into effect in the UK recently, after being proposed in the 2018 Data Protection Act. We explore what the new digital privacy code is…

13 August

The Problem with Social Media and 'Free Speech'

Free speech comes up often when we talk about social media, with some people talking about how it's a great place to express your thoughts or opinions, some believing that the so-called “free speech police”…

14 July

Is Facebook's Success Built on Copying Its Competitors?

Within the world of business, it is a common practice to recognise popular innovations and adapt them into your own business model. Competition is healthy in the marketplace, but where does the line between adaptation…