Results for April 2012
  • BeFit Channel Healthy Response From YouTube Viewers
    One could be excused for doubting Lionsgate's recent foray into online fitness ...
  • TheFind Tries To Best Pinterest With "Likes"
    Shopping search site TheFind is gunning for Pinterest with the launch of ...
  • Wrapp Debut Highlights Social Gifting Growth
    Sweden-startup Wrapp is bringing its social gifting expertise to U.S. consumers, and, ...
  • Just-Eat Plans E-Takeout World Domination
    Stateside, online food ordering services are experiencing varying degrees of success. Soon, ...
  • B&N, Microsoft To Take On Apple, Amazon
    To gain ground in the great e-reader race, Barnes & Noble and ...
  • Social Network Apps Rival Games For Mobile Attention
    Since the dawn of the smartphone, games have dominated consumers' mobile minutes. ...
  • Evernote Nears 30 Mil Members
    Note-taking and digital archiving Evernote is fast approaching 30 million registered users, according ...
  • Viddy Vies For $30M In Fresh Funding
    Mobile video-sharing service Viddy -- which recently ranked as the top free ...
  • Amazon Posts Modest Q1 Performance
    Proving a clear market demand for its services, Amazon reported net sales ...
  • FTC Hires Big Gun To Go After Google
    Escalating its inquiry into Google’s search business, federal regulators have hired a ...
  • Automattic Names West CFO
    WordPress.com parent Automattic has found its first full-time chief financial officer: Stuart ...
  • Early Android Financials Revealed
    While always trumpeted as a great success, Google has never disclosed Android’s ...
  • Spotify Planning Ad-Supported "Radio" Service
    Spotify is already enjoying success with its current online music service, which ...
  • Walmart.com Lets Shoppers Pay Cash
    Seeking the biggest consumer base possible, Walmart.com is launching a “Pay with ...
  • Is Apple Losing Its Mojo?
    Forrester CEO George Colony is taking heat for a blog post in which he ...
  • Vevo Adds 6 New Music Series
    Vevo has launched six new music-centered original shows. They include "Cover Stories," ...
  • Google Goes Big In Cloud Storage
    Expanding further into so-called desktop services, Google this week debuted a new ...
  • "Facebook Phone" Rumors Alive & Well
    We’ll excuse you for not getting overly excited about the latest reports ...
  • Google Tries To Clear Up +1 Confusion
    Blink and you’ll miss this latest social development from Google. The search ...
  • Google Debuts New Algorithm
    Always trying to get a leg up on spammers and ranking cheats, ...
  • 'Viewability' Better Than Clicks To Measure Online Ads
    Continuing to lose face among marketers, new research shows that clicks and ...
  • Forrester Rates Top 'Listening' Platforms/Vendors
    Forrester evaluates enterprise "listening" vendors, broken down by product fit and customer ...
  • Netflix Calls Out Comcast (Again)
    In other Netflix news, CEO Reed Hastings is once again suggesting that ...
  • The Matter With Mobile Microsoft
    How goes Microsoft’s big mobile comeback? By some measures, not so great. ...
  • Chirpify Brings Commerce To Twitter
    Chirpify -- a platform that transforms Twitter from a broadcast platform into ...
  • Street Reaction To Netflix Revs Mixed
    Trying to put a rocky 2011 in its rear-view mirror, Netflix this ...
  • Google Scraps One Pass Platform, Patent Search
    Google has axed One Pass, the paid content platform, which it only ...
  • Google Triples Lobbying Spend
    Doing everything possible to fend off government regulation, Web giants are spending ...
  • Has Pinterest Popped?
    Could the party already be over for Pinterest? That isn’t likely, but, ...
  • Why Google & Facebook Fail At Mobile
    Like countless industry leaders before them, are Google and Facebook growing fat, ...