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19/09/2014
The IAB's Clare O'Brien, Senior Industry Programmes Manager, asks why there hasn't been more noise from the performance sector about native advertising and content marketing?
Instagram
News item
19/09/2014
Instagram users in the UK are set to start seeing advertisements appear in their feeds in the next few weeks, the photo-sharing site has confirmed.
Scotland
News item
19/09/2014
With all the results now confirmed and Scotland voting to remain in the UK by a margin of 55 per cent to 45 per cent, how did the #IndyRef debate play out on Twitter as the race heated up?
News item
18/09/2014
Millions of people in Scotland are set to go to the polls today (September 18th) to decide whether or not the country will become independent from the UK, following months of debate that has sprung into life in recent weeks.
Barclaycard
News item
17/09/2014
Commuters in London may no longer need to fumble around in a bag for their Oyster card when using the Tube in future after Barclaycard unveiled a new trial of a contactless payment technology using a smart wristband.
Blog entry
17/09/2014
David-Michel Davies, President of Webby Media Group provides his top ten services that inspire him online in our decade of digital democracy.
Press release
17/09/2014
7 in 10 Britons have played some form of video game in last 6 months; more people 45+ are playing than kids/teens.
iPhone 6
News item
16/09/2014
Apple's first offering of a large-screen 'phablet' device appears to be going down well with fans of the brands, as its new iPhone 6 Plus has already sold out online.
Press release
16/09/2014
Dr Simon Hampton becomes resident psychologist at IAB UK, offering an alternative view on digital.
Blog entry
15/09/2014
Theo Luke, Partner Developer EMEA, Twitter explains why they're delighted to host one of the IAB UK Upfronts sessions this year to showcase the work that’s been done so far and to present some of their upcoming Twitter Amplify programmes.

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