Digital news – 20th May 2016

digital news 20 May 16

Here’s what caught my eye this week.

Digital marketing.

Who doesn’t like something for free. Clickz listed nine free tools for measuring social ROI.  

Snapchat is planning an algorithm to help curate brand content. And it’s looking to Facebook for inspiration. Check out Digiday for more on how a Snapchat algorithm will affect brands and publishers.

Continuing the Snapchat theme, Clickz ran a list of seventeen brands that are doing great things with Snapchat.


The BBC reported that the DVLA is working on a smartphone version of it’s driving licence. Further proof that digital wallets are the future.

The BBC has faced considerable resistance over its decision to axe it’s food recipe archive. Clickz looked at who stands to benefit. Spoiler – pretty much anyone else who’s looking to rank well in SEO for food recipes.

A bevel free iPhone’s closer as Apple’s registered a third patent for a Touch ID sensor embedded in the screen.


It has long been rumoured and now the Batman: Return to Arkham collection has been confirmed. Due to be released on Xbox One  and PS4 in July, It’ll feature Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City. Plus all previous DLC and GOTY bonuses. The best bit? According to IGN it’ll run on Unreal Engine 4, which means these two classics will look better than ever. Count me in…

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