Many loved the Oxford Circus takeover, but some criticised it as the start of a slippery slope.
Researchers found several apps using an outdated version of an SDK made by Twitter-owned MoPub.
We regret to say that you have been played.
After US office closures, a ban from the Department of Homeland Security, and other pitfalls, Twitter confirms it banned Kaspersky from advertising on the social media network.
You know the ones: "We got here through takeaways and cinema dates, now we’re looking at mortgages with reasonable rates."
He didn't kill himself by putting pencils in his nostrils and slamming his face into a desk! He didn't get the job because he was dying of cancer! He's very much still alive!
Sadiq Khan announced that he's asked TfL to set up some kind of regulatory board to make sure there are no more ads like that "Beach Body Ready" one on the Tube. But how would that actually work?
I'm sick to death of watching a person get born, have kids and die while Birdy does a plinky-plonky cover of an 80s pop hit.
Find out what happens when a Swedish insurance firm take on an all time house classic.
When you get actual strangers, not models, to make out for the camera—when you're not filming a clothing commercial—it's not particularly beautiful or inspiring. It's just really awkward.