My Five #395

Google rolls out 3D ads, big brands boycott Facebook, and Captain Birds Eye gets a facelift all in this week’s My Five!

Will Greenwood

My Five #394

Fascinating stats about online behaviour and the impact of coronavirus on global advertising, trouble for Facebook, Bing guidelines and a bear cub that raided the cookie jar.

Joe Friedlein

My Five #393

The new WhatsApp digital payments service, photos of all the Monopoly landmarks and a bunny born with no ears. It can only be My Five time. Happy Friday everyone!

Ashleigh Davison

My Five #392

New Twitter features, the battle against online spam, Netflix vs the US Military, and a stealthy feline feature in this week’s My Five!

Will Greenwood
From The Horse's Mouth

Straight from the horse’s mouth

A follow up to my previous lockdown ‘vlog’. Where are we now and what have we learned about our working lives during lockdown?

Joe Friedlein

My Five #391

When sponsored content becomes editorial coordination and social media advertising becomes transparent, plus; a cat in a box – what a week.

Libby Bearman

My Five #390

Cor, that time again, is it? It’s a fib-heavy My Five this Friday. But don’t worry – the internet is here to fight it. Go internet!

Victoria Spall

My Five #389

Google highlights key consumer trends during COVID-19, Facebook and Instagram reveal new features, and a cat with some serious tekkers all in this week’s My Five.

Will Greenwood

My Five #387

It’s an almost coronavirus free My Five this week as we look at the new Google algorithm update, Bud brings back a classic ad, and CashNetUSA ask what kids keep in their pockets?

Ali Cort

My Five #386

Yet another Corona heavy news week including new games, both good and bad, apps, superheroes and a guy caught on TV with his pants down.

Ashleigh Davison

My Five #385

Time for another coronavirus-heavy My Five, where Google gets generous, bots replace humans on Zoom calls, and idiots burn down mobile phone masts.

Victoria Spall

My Five #384

Another week of lockdown done already? Where does the time go? I’ll tell ya: nowhere. Luckily, there’s been plenty going on online to keep us entertained this week.

Libby Bearman