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Snapchat's first-ever augmented reality (AR) scavenger hunt has arrived, in the form of a search for Malteser's Bunny chocolates and the chance to win £5,000, launched for the confectionery brand by AMV BBDO.

Google has made another change to how search results are displayed, making paid-for ads look practically the same as organic links.

LumApps, the SaaS provider of cloud-based enterprise communication solutions, has closed a $70 million Series C funding round.

The Global Travel Retail media account covers all international territories with a focus on high-growth Asian markets like China, India, South Korea and Japan, and developed markets including the US and Europe.

Following the submission of a wide range of incredible entries from across the digital sector, entries for the first-ever Digital City Awards, which take place this March at Manchester’s Midland Hotel, have been extended until Friday, January 24th.

Saatchi & Saatchi has launched the newest integrated campaign for BT - officially kicking off its new Halo service, which offers TV, broadband, mobile and landline phones in one package.

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has today issued a warning to those AdTech companies refusing to adhere to the changes that need to be made around data protection and real-time bidding (RTB).

England footballer Marcus Rashford has been brought in to support FNATIC, a London E-sports business, who is teaming up with UNICEF to promote positivity in gaming and children’s rights.

Digital City Festival was officially announced last year, growing rapidly over the course of the last few months. The five-day festival landing in Manchester in March is set to be an unmissable point in the digital professional’s calendar.

Lord Hall, the Director General of the BBC, has outlined the organisation's plans to focus even more of their efforts on locations outside London, doubling down on comments on Monday about moving thousands of jobs away from the capital.

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