Results for December 2012
  • TigerLogic Buys Storycode, Closes Social Media Gap
    App and data manager TigerLogic just agreed to buy mobile app publisher ...
  • Zynga Cutting Titles To Save Tail
    As promised, Zynga is commencing with a major cost-cutting initiative that will ...
  • The Problem With "Big Data"
    Writing in The New York Times, Steve Lohr warns marketers to take ...
  • Why The U.S. Lacks High Speed Internet
    Who or what’s to blame for the U.S.’s inferior broadband infrastructure? Private ...
  • Entertainment Tops Among Online Viewers
    Despite a contentious presidential election, an unprecedented natural disaster, and an Olympics ...
  • Agency of the Year: Bronze, Media Planning -- mediahub/Mullen
    For its strategic breakthroughs, mediahub/Mullen goes beyond asking what to buy. Instead, ...
  • Netflix Fades To Black Xmas Eve
    Ending the year on a sour note, Netflix left millions of U.S. ...
  • Facebook, Social Nets Lead Search Terms
    For the fourth year running, online consumers searched for "Facebook" more than ...
  • NimbleTV Promises TV Everywhere
    Selling the “TV Everywhere” dream, NimbleTV debuted its service, this week. “Nimble’s ...
  • Tablets Turning E-Readers Into Afterthought
    To the delight of mobile marketers everywhere, new data shows that ad-friendly ...
  • Deezer Debuts Music Service
    Can the U.S. market support another online music streaming service? It looks ...
  • Google Aligns Gmail Closer To Search
    Google this week began testing a new search features for searching users’ ...
  • IAB Tackles Engagement Issue
    The Interactive Advertising Bureau, along with Radar Research, have outlined three major ...
  • Twitter Names Rowghani COO
    Twitter this week named Ali Rowghani as its new chief operating officer. ...
  • Google Sells Motorola Home For $2.3B
    After acquiring Motorola Home earlier this year, Google this week said it ...
  • Google Takes Street View Inside
    Google’s Street View service is not limited to the street. Highlighting that ...
  • Facebook Puts Focus On User Privacy
    With the stated intention of making it easier for users to control ...
  • Online Sets New Ad Record, Posts First $9 Billion Quarter
    Continuing to break records, domestic online ad revenues reached $9.26 billion in ...
  • New Domain Extensions Named
    Random as they are, .tattoo, .transformers and .menu might be the Web’s ...
  • Twitter Is No Fad
    For what it’s worth, Slate’s Will Oremus is finally ready to admit ...
  • Fab Takes Investment From India's Times Internet
    Ecommerce startup Fab has taken a "seven-figure investment" from Times Internet, the ...
  • Delivery Times Make Or Break Online Retailers
    Before the holidays slip away, the ecommerce industry is trying to squeeze ...
  • AOL App Open To Xbox Subscribers
    Continuing to grow its footprint, the AOL On Network this week is ...
  • Instagram Claims Right To Sell User Content
    Sending users into a state of confusion and disbelief, Instagram this week ...
  • Apple Talks Partnership With Foursquare
    Looking for a mobile edge, Apple is reportedly in discussions to integrate ...
  • Hopes High For YouTube Capture
    Mashable looks into YouTube Capture -- an iPhone-only app launched this week, ...
  • Mobile Advertising On Fire
    This year, U.S. mobile advertising will nearly triple to more than $4 ...
  • Hulu Posts Big Revenue In 2012
    In 2012, Hulu grew revenue 65% to reach approximately $695 million, the ...
  • Facebook Testing "Snapchat-like" App
    As the app wars continue to heat up, Facebook is reportedly testing ...
  • Google Close To Deal With FTC
    The Federal Trade Commission has reportedly dropped its charges that Google manipulates ...