Microsoft denied that it plans to add the feature to its Edge browser, after a picture from the Build conference suggested it was coming with the next version
You'll never look at a watch advert in the same way again
Local Government Association say town halls 'urgently' need new ways to combat rising rates of childhood obesity
Under existing guidelines, junk food adverts are banned for television transmission of children's programmes, but not for online viewing of the same content
Advertising guru calls on tech giants to 'come in under the tent' to reform how online advertising is measured
The Equality and Human Rights Commission advises advertisers to steer clear of ‘unlawful, discriminatory' job adverts
Companies will reportedly be able to send advertising messages to customers in the near future
Social media has been quick to pillory companies for showing how desperately out of touch they are
T-Mobile were one of the first firms to take advantage of the longer adverts
The campaign featured taglines such as ‘Vegetarians, resistance is futile’
The advert shows ‘the world’s first wearable translator’ being used by a British man to proposition Japanese women
One video has had 27 million views on YouTube since it was uploaded
He confounded competitors by creating a family atmosphere among his staff
Ad watchdog ruled the commercial was 'discriminatory for assigning a role according to gender'
In the UK spend on TV advertising this year has grown by 8 per cent to date
Frank Budgen, who has died of leukaemia at the age of 61, has been described by some in the mad world of advertising as possibly the most talented commercials director the UK has ever produced. Some might disagree with “ever” but few would dispute that he was the most innovative director so far this millennium. In 2012 he was recognised, jointly with Tony Kaye, as the industry’s “Most-Awarded Director” by the highly respected Design & Art Direction (D&AD), which promotes excellence in these fields.