Results for September 2012
  • Gov. Puts Child-Tracking On Notice
    The government is reportedly ready to drop the hammer on data-driven, kid-focused ...
  • IPads Drive Most Tablet Traffic
    The latest tablet usage figures are in, and -- surprise, surprise -- ...
  • Apple Apologizes For Messy Maps
    Doing damage control, Apple CEO Tim Cook is apologizing for the company’s ...
  • Facebook Rolls Out Gift-Giving Feature
    Marking Facebook’s latest ploy to turn popularity into profit, the social network ...
  • 215 Mil. Active Web Users, Tech Sites Up Visits
    By most measures, the Web has never been a more vibrant place ...
  • Amazon, Apple Battle Over "App Store" Name
    Amazon.com is asking a federal judge to drop Apple's false advertising claim, ...
  • Spotting The "Next Big Thing"
    The Wall Street Journal just released its annual ranking of the top ...
  • Amazon Goes Green With Vine.com
    Balancing out its ecommerce empire, Amazon.com is going after environmentally conscious consumers ...
  • Pages Removes False Accounts
    Facebook business Pages are losing tens of thousands of fans, this week ...
  • Video Ads Go 'Native' With Sharethrough
    Riding a wave of interest in "native" ad placements, Sharethrough just debuted ...
  • Report: Google Maps Coming To iOS
    So, about that Google maps application for Apple -- the one consumers ...
  • Barnes & Noble Enters Tablet Tussle
    On Tuesday, when Barnes & Noble announced plans for a Nook-based video ...
  • News Corp. Papers Soften On Search Engines
    In a major about-face for Rupert Murdoch and his media empire, News ...
  • Google And Apple Compare App Metrics
    Giving Apple something to think about, Google just announced that its Play ...
  • B&N To Launch Nook Video, More Tablets Expected
    Putting Amazon, Google and other video providers on notice, Barnes & Noble ...
  • Twitter Tries Hollywood On For Size
    Like many a tech titan before it, Twitter is trying to strengthen ...
  • Rumored Privacy Slip Rattles Facebook Users
    Despite rumors to the contrary, it does not appear as if Facebook ...
  • Apple Keeps Google Maps In The Dark
    When is Apple going to cave in, and accept Google Maps as ...
  • MySpace Rebuilds Social Network
    Like an old flame ready to rekindle the magic, MySpace just revealed ...
  • Hulu Lands WWE Exclusivity, Key Male Audience
    In the fight for exclusive content contracts, Hulu just landed the wrestling ...
  • Yahoo To Outline Search, Ad Strategies
    On Tuesday, Yahoo is expected to detail plans to improve its troubled ...
  • Early iPhone 5 Sales Good, But Miss Forecasts
    Showing a rare sign of weakness, Apple missed sales expectations for the ...
  • Is Apple After Google Map Experts?
    Amid widespread criticism over Apple’s new mapping service, the company is reportedly ...
  • Facebook Taps Datalogix For Ad Tracking
    Facing greater pressure to generate ad revenue, Facebook has tapped data miner ...
  • Flink To VP, Digilant Global Platform Solutions
    Digilant -- the agency trading desk that was incubated by Havas Digital ...
  • Are Facebook's Frictionless News Apps Failing?
    Facebook is reportedly cooling to the "passive sharing" pioneered by apps from ...
  • EU Warns Google To Play Fair
    The EU is running out of patience with Google, and what it ...
  • Google And Media - Frenemies For Life
    Earlier this week, 20th Century Fox entered into a content distribution deal ...
  • Quizzes Coming To YouTube
    Pop quiz: How can YouTube increase the amount of time visitors spend ...
  • August: U.S. Consumers Watched Nearly 38 Billion Web Videos
    Americans viewed 9.5 billion video ads last month, with each of the ...