Thursday, July 2, 2015
  • AT&T Faces New Lawsuit For Throttling Smartphone Users

    An Alabama resident who subscribes to AT&T's "unlimited data" wireless plan has sued the company for allegedly slowing down her mobile broadband service. The lawsuit comes two weeks after the Federal Communications Commission proposed fining the company $100 million for failing to disclose its throttling policies. ...Read the whole story

  • Consumers Satisfied With Smartwatches, So Far

    "They're meeting and exceeding expectations at this point," Kirk Parsons, senior director and telecom, media and technology practice leader at J.D. Power, tells "Marketing Daily." "As the devices become more complex, satisfaction rises." ...Read the whole story

  • Google's Glass Focus Turns The Body Into A Human Keyboard

    A Google patent turns the human body into a keyboard. The patent, granted Tuesday, describes methods for a virtual input device that can detect the shape of a person's arm before displaying the image. ...Read the whole story

  • Apple Watch Gets Programmatic Native Support

    The Apple Watch received attention from programmatic ad platforms months before it was even on the market. Now that it's on the wrists of nearly 3 million consumers, per "Fortune," even more ad tech firms are coming out of the woods to support the hot new device. PubNative, a supply-side platform focused on mobile native advertising, is the latest to release Apple Watch-supported tech. ...Read the whole story

  • Telmar Updates Its Keystone Cross-Media App

    Random iPhone App of the week: Media planning software company Telmar updated its Keystone Cross-Media app that gives advertisers media planning access anywhere. Keystone users are now able to analyze advertising options using the latest information on the delivery and usage of media. The app is available on all Apple devices, including the Apple Watch. Telmar clients will get Keystone as part of their service package, while a standard version is available for $199.99 in the App Store. Download it here. ...Read the whole story

  • Hill Holliday Whiteboards Digital Idea, Literally

    The project was designed to bring IdeaPaint's dry erase paint into the digital world. With more than 150,000 installations worldwide, the company's dry erase paint transforms virtually any smooth surface into an erasable canvas. Both Hill Holliday and IdeaPaint think this new app has potential to "disrupt" the workplace, as well as challenge the $53 billion mobile enterprise app market. ...Read the whole story

Around The Net

Sprint Retreats From Plan To Slow Down Video

Earlier this week, Sprint proudly trumpeted its new "All-In" plan, which offered consumers a smartphone and unlimited high-speed data, text and voice, all for $80 a month. There was just one catch: The company revealed in ...More