Results for September 2009
  • U.S. Online Spend Might Not Equal UK's, But It's Getting There
    Digital ad spending will reach 17% of total U.S. ad spending in ...
  • AOL Valuation Continues To Drop
    An independent AOL will be worth just $4.2 billion, according to respected ...
  • Report Asks Music Industry, 'Are Users Experienced?'
    Forrester Research music analyst Mark Mulligan is calling for a radical overhaul ...
  • Blimey! Online Spending Surpasses TV
    OMFG! Overnight, Internet ad spending has surpassed TV adverting! Ok, it's in ...
  • Study: Americans Scorn Behavioral Targeting
    Sorry, Madison Ave. A new study -- purported to be the first ...
  • Taking Apple Tablet Seriously
    Sure, it's fun to watch gadget geeks lose it over the likelihood ...
  • Microsoft Wins Major Patent Case
    Ruling that Microsoft didn't infringe a patent held by software maker Uniloc, ...
  • Microsoft Gets Hit In The Brass
    Scoring points for corporate accountability, Microsoft's top brass are taking a direct ...
  • Exec: Say Goodbye To All-Access Broadband
    In the not-too-distant future, consumers can kiss their all-you-can-eat Internet service goodbye, ...
  • Study: Social Media Increases Email Usage
    If social networks are truly transforming how consumers communicate, shouldn't they be ...
  • Microsoft Teams With USPS, FTC, And Western Union For PSAs
    Microsoft, in collaboration with the Federal Trade Commission, the U.S. Postal Inspection ...
  • AOL Names Ex-Googler To SVP Post
    AOL on Tuesday announced the appointment of ex-Google exec Shashi Seth as ...
  • Federated Media Begins Transitional Stage, Names COO
    Federated Media Publishing on Tuesday named Deanna Brown as president and chief ...
  • Disney Does Story Books 2.0
    The Walt Disney Company has launched a digital service designed to transform ...
  • A Minute With Twitter's Top Investor
    Meet one of Twitter's biggest investors: Jeff Horing, co-founder of Insight Venture ...
  • Free, Fee, or Flee?
    Big or small, how can companies charge for content and services online ...
  • Google 'Hot' For Real-Time Search
    Seen as a direct challenge to real-time search-leader Twitter, Google is now ...
  • CNN Debuts iPhone App
    Continuing to push the digital envelope, CNN.com has debuted its iPhone app, ...
  • Study: Interaction Rates For Video Banners Higher In Social Media
    Higher interaction rates, or video completion rates -- what would you rather ...
  • Big Ten Hands Off Videos To Comcast's ThePlatform
    ThePlatform, Comcast's white-label video publishing subsidiary, has been selected to manage and ...
  • MRM Looks To New CD To Socialize The Army
    MRM Worldwide on Monday named Jason Culbertson creative director on its U.S. ...
  • How Many Of Those 2 Billion Apps Are Still Used?
    There's no question that the app-happy mobile Web is finally taking hold ...
  • WaPo Tackles Twitter
    As a result of some questionable tweets, The Washington Post has instated ...
  • Google vs. Open Source Fanatics
    Techgeist blogger Michael Klurfeld argues that Google's open source efforts with regard ...
  • Online Truckers On Trial
    Cab computing -- which hundreds of thousands of long-haul truckers rely on ...
  • Electronics E-tailer Eyes IPO
    The late '90s are long gone, and tech startups filing for IPOs ...
  • Gmail Outage Mystery Solved
    So, about the outages that Gmail and Google Contacts users were experiencing ...
  • Land Rover Taps YuMe To Bring Real-Time Info To Video Ads
    Luxury carmaker Land Rover has tapped YuMe to launch a new video ...
  • Savings.com Recruits DealPros
    Online coupon destination Savings.com on Monday is slated to launch a nationwide ...
  • Documents Find Home In The Cloud
    Twenty newspapers, magazines and nonprofit organizations have joined an ambitious data archiving ...