DeepMind Technologies reportedly fetched more than 400 million dollars (£242 million) to make it Google’s largest ever European acquisition
The Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle has joined the Google Cultural Institute so art lovers around the world can enjoy a virtual visit
Technology is helping retailers adapt to changing consumer behaviour believes the general manager of a North East town shopping centre
Newcastle University Business School joins forces with Thinking Digital to draw in top speakers at Innovation day
Google guru Steve Vranakis will be among those speaking at the Return on Innovation conference
Modern technology has helped to boost office workers’ productivity by 84% over the past four decades, research shows
Google brought its 50th Juice Bar to Tyneside, bringing advice to more than 200 people, after the Go ON UK official launch
A new annual event designed to inspire innovation and commercial success in business is coming to Newcastle
David Cameron’s new measures ostensibly to control the internet has been hailed and scorned in equal measure. The Journal's Colin George was not impressed
Many businesses spend thousands of pounds on advertising and Search Engine Optimisation, but as I had no funds for a marketing budget when I started Simply Bows and Chair Covers I had to work smart
THE hunt is on for ambitious start-ups that stand to secure £100,000 towards their business.
TAP the words ‘Harry Redknapp’ and ‘Wheeler Dealer’ into Google and you get a pretty succinct answer from the Tottenham manager to accusations that he plays the spiv in the transfer market.
TIM Krul is hoping to benefit from an extended Newcastle United run in the FA Cup this season.
TONIGHT, Lee Kerr and Paul Chow will take a stroll around St James's Park.
DIGITAL trend-setters are just part of the many creative firms in the area which are set to generate more than 9,000 jobs in the region as a glamorous new sector emerges.
SLING streamers over your server, spray your screen with Champagne and give your laptop a hug.
A SMALL internet marketing business has beaten an international competitor to a coveted industry award, despite having its turnover dwarfed by the rival.
ABLOSSOMING IT company has welcomed a prominent entrepreneur to its board.
A GANG of drunken youngsters stole a school bus and led police on a five-mile chase through North Tyneside and Northumberland, a court was told yesterday.
FOR years now, the media industry has been talking about convergence – the ability to use any device, be it your television, computer, PDA or mobile phone, to access any type of media.
Name of business – Platform One, Location – Atmel Building, Silverlink, Newcastle upon Tyne.
CREATING an attractive environment with high-quality housing and business premises, and healthy, clean, safe, sustainable communities, is vital to the economic vitality and social wellbeing of the North-East.
SCHOOLCHILDREN in the region have moved closer to seeing their designs for the Google logo displayed on the search engine’s homepage.
EVERY Tom, Dick and Harry has a website these days – but when was the last time you stopped to consider how your site works on mobile devices?
WHEN you tell people you work in public relations (PR), you usually get one of two reactions.
A FIERCE argument about the distinctly unsexy issue of “net neutrality” is rumbling on in the US right now – and it could spell the end of the internet as we know it.
AFTER research that found North-east business leaders now view a website as an essential marketing tool, Darlington-based Geo-net Solutions is offering advice on getting the most from your company website.
AN ONLINE marketing company has announced plans to increase sales by 50% in the next year, after its first acquisition.
I GOT off the plane in Heathrow on Tuesday from the Fortune Magazine ‘iMeme Conference’ and queuing in front of me was none other than Star Wars creator George Lucas.
After five years of controversy and debate, Baltic prepares to celebrate its first significant birthday tomorrow.
The first on-stage meeting of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs in 20 years might've been top billing at last week's D: All Things Digital (D5) conference, but it was a catfight between media giants that provided the real entertainment.
Crowned the 2006 Culture and Creative category winner, TH_NK is a business that has undergone substantial growth in the competitive world of new media.
Bid speculation over EMI, Yell and Emap will be put to the test this week when the trio join a clutch of heavyweight companies reporting results.
Girls Aloud are back at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena tomorrow - but be sure to get there early to catch support act Rogue Traders.
Power companies were on the front foot today after speculation linked French utility EDF Energy to a possible takeover move for Npower owner RWE.
Google is the UK's favourite brand while Pot Noodle is the "most hated", according to a new poll out today.
A colleague of mine has a beautiful batik sign hanging on his office wall which reads `Rich man.
Sitting here at my computer, staring at the blank screen that seems sometimes to be much too close a companion as I make my pathetic efforts to please The Journal's editor, I discovered, like a bolt from the blue, a rather satisfying link between Microsoft's marvel, Word, and my chosen industry, restaurants.
The world of Web 2.0 - notes from San Francisco - Around seven years ago, crazy sums of money were speculatively being splashed out for small dotcom companies only for many of them to crash and burn in spectacular fashion.
It company Infoserve has stepped up growth plans and is looking to take on 250 telesales staff after clinching major deals with Yahoo and the Football League.