Results for November 2012
  • Fullscreen Commits $1M To Promote Online Video
    Nurturing the next wave of auteurs, Fullscreen has committed $1 million to ...
  • Zynga Loses Preferred Facebook Status
    In yet more bad news for Zynga, the online game maker has ...
  • Redbox Instant By Verizon Revealed
    GigaOm has dug up some details on Redbox Instant by Verizon, the ...
  • US, Europe Meeting Over Google's Future
    With Google’s future at stake, top U.S. and European antitrust officials leading ...
  • Groupon CEO Safe For Now
    Following a week of rumors and speculation, it appears as though Andrew ...
  • Absolut, Thrillist Launch 'Bloody' Campaign
    Equal parts gatekeeper and insider, bartenders hold a special position among nightlife ...
  • Obama Threatens Tech Talent Immigration
    From Microsoft to Apple, top tech companies and the White House are ...
  • Facebook's New Year's Resolutions
    In an interview, Mike Vernal, Facebook’s director of engineering, tells Wired about ...
  • Groupon CEO Tackles Ouster Rumors
    Groupon CEO Andrew Mason is responding to reports that the company’s board ...
  • LivingSocial To Cut Staff
    Throwing more cold water on what was once a white-hot daily deal ...
  • Revenue Generator: Univision Expands Outbrain Alliance
    Giving Outbrain access to a larger swath of the U.S. Hispanic market, ...
  • Former Meredith Exec Heads Time Inc.'s Digital Video
    In what represents a minor coup for Time Inc., the publisher has ...
  • Mayer Speaks: Make Yahoo Fun
    Marissa Mayer this week blessed Fortune magazine with her first public interview ...
  • Can Google Break Search's Shackles?
    Until now, Google’s search service has been limited by users’ willingness to, ...
  • Does Groupon Need A New CEO?
    Groupon’s board of directors is reportedly wrestling with the idea of pushing ...
  • Yelp CEO Bashes Google
    It would be a stretch to say there are no hard feelings ...
  • Correction: Google Doesn't Acquire ICOA
    The Nov. 26 "Around The Net/Online" included a story from The Next ...
  • OTT Video Views Explode On Multiple Screens
    Dividing the country down the middle, half of U.S. consumers now view ...
  • Tablets Reshaping Ecommerce
    Beyond just driving sales, tablets are literally reshaping the world of ecommerce, ...
  • The Promise Of Indoor Mapping Services
    Though they remain highly experimental, indoor mapping services hold huge promise for ...
  • Walmart's Web Reinvention
    Fast Company takes a deep dive in Walmart’s reinvention as an ecommerce ...
  • Google Ties "Play" Reviews To Google+ IDs
    Forcing transparency on users, Google is begun connecting Google Play reviews -- ...
  • Correction
    Monday's Around The Net included a story from The Next Web, which ...
  • Ecommerce Spend Rockets To $1B
    Blurring the lines between "Black Friday" and "Cyber Monday," ecommerce spending on ...
  • The Problem With Federated Media
    Federated Media has lost its way. That’s according to a story in ...
  • UN Body Mulls Web Access Overhaul
    When the International Telecommunications Union meets early next month, the UN body ...
  • Google Pays $400M For Wireless Network
    Google has acquired wireless Internet network provider ICOA Inc. for $400 million. The ...
  • Dave Winer Dishes On Medium
    In a Scripting News post, blog pioneer Dave Winer does his best ...
  • Despite Mobile Threat, Rich Media Rises
    Rich media is increasingly threatened by the rise of mobile platforms, and ...
  • Thanksgiving Sets Records For Instagram
    Setting a new record for the photo-sharing service, Instagram users uploaded some ...