Results for February 2012
  • Facebook Timeline Welcomes Brands
    For the first time, Facebook Timeline is now live for some brands ...
  • Google TV In Questionable Health
    Ahead of a rumored Apple TV relaunch, data has emerged detailing the ...
  • What's Wired World Doing To Kids?
    How is “always-on” technology affecting the intellectual and social development of young ...
  • Apple Expected To Debut Apple TV, New iPad
    It seems to be full-speed-ahead at Apple as the company is reportedly ...
  • SMBs Up Ad Budgets For Digital Media
    Showing power in numbers, small and medium-sized businesses continue to increase their ...
  • Google+ Has Engagement Problem
    Citing new comScore data, The Wall Street Journal calls Google+ “a virtual ...
  • Movies Mean Less Than Ever For Netflix
    If still synonymous with movies, Netflix is now primarily in the business ...
  • Mobile App Takes On Gift Cards
    Hoping to upend the business of pre-paid gift cards, a new mobile ...
  • Yahoo Threatens Facebook With Patent Dispute
    If you can’t beat ‘em, sue ‘em -- That seems to be ...
  • Ecommerce To Hit $327B By 2016
    By 2016, nearly 10% of consumer spending will be done online, according ...
  • AOL Ad Platform Customizes Display
    Hoping to attract more brand dollars, AOL has debuted a technology platform ...
  • Facebook Rethinks Mobile
    Facebook on Monday announced plans for separate coalitions aimed at unifying mobile ...
  • Facebook To Offer "Real-Time" Analytics
    Facebook is reportedly planning to sharpen its Insights analytics tool by showing ...
  • New Nokia/Windows Phones Miss Mark
    Ahead of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, analysts were expecting Nokia ...
  • Rubin Predicts Big Things From Android
    The mobile industry ain’t seen nothin’ yet from Google. That was the ...
  • UrbanDaddy's Broumand On Positioning Luxury Readers, Digital Growth
    Between the recession and Occupy Wall Street, you'd think a brand catering ...
  • Apple Still Thinking Big
    In other Apple news, the company proved this week that it’s still ...
  • Sean Parker Likes Social-Voting Site Votizen
    Social-voting site Votizen has secured $750,000 in new funding from some high-wattage ...
  • Betaworks Bought Mobile Messager Vibe
    Late last year, Betaworks quietly acquired mobile messaging service Vibe. “Betaworks never ...
  • Apple Acquires Chomp
    Putting its $100 billion cash stash to use, Apple has reportedly acquired ...
  • Key 18-34 Demo Major Mobile, Online Video Users
    It's no secret that 18- to-34-year-olds continue to redefine media consumption; new ...
  • Report: Video Driving Mobile Traffic
    Mobile video now accounts for half of all mobile traffic, according to ...
  • QR Code Startup Scan Secures $1.7M
    QR code assistant Scan has raised $1.7 million in funding from some ...
  • White House, Congress Team For Privacy Bill
    News broke Wednesday that the White House plans to cooperate with Congress ...
  • Food Network Bakes Behavioral Into Email
    How is the Food Network making the best use of behavioral targeting? ...
  • Forecast: Google Display Ad Revs To Beat Facebook
    In 2013, eMarketer anticipates that Google's U.S. display revenues will grow 45.3% ...
  • Online Cos. Host Digital Content NewFronts
    Come April, several online advertising heavyweights are planning to host several upfront ...
  • Tablets - What's Left To Say?
    Can't make OMMA Tablet's morning keynote? You're not missing anything, says speaker ...
  • Testing The T-Commerce Paradigm
    Do tablets inspire consumers to shop, or are tablet owners -- largely ...
  • Buick On Tablets
    Live at the OMMA Tablet conference, Jim Kruger, Digital and Social Media ...