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Four trends that will shape digital media in 2016

"Out with the old and in with the new" is one of those sayings that is most commonly used around the holiday and New Year's.<p>But increasingly, we're seeing that this is the standard motto of fast moving industries, like digital marketing and social media.<p>If 2015 taught us anything, it's that today's …

Public Relations

Minecraft used to teach children molecular chemistry

<b>Virtual world-building game Minecraft, played by tens of millions of children worldwide, could be used in schools to teach pupils chemistry.</b><p>A group of Hull University students created an educational version of the game that allows players to explore specially created molecular structures and …

Facebook is preparing to launch a news app that can fill up your notifications with news

Notify is a real-time news app that lets users subscribe to various publications — known as "stations" — for which they will receive notifications for new stories. This is similar to news apps like Nuzzel, which uses Twitter to judge the heat surrounding a story.<p>The list of publishers that are …

Nintendo's First Smartphone Game Will Be Announced "Soon"

The first of Nintendo's new smartphone games that it's making in collaboration with DeNA will be announced "soon." That's according to DeNA West CEO Shintaro Asako, who teased this week at the GamesBeat 2015 conference that fans don't have to wait much longer, though he didn't share any other …

Cyber criminals drain £20m from UK bank accounts using 'particularly virulent' virus

Virus is believed to have been developed by a technically-skilled gang in Eastern Europe to steal money from individuals and businesses<p>Millions of pounds have been drained from British bank accounts after cyber criminals unleashed a "particularly virulent" virus, it was revealed today.<p>Officers from …

Cybersecurity