Friday, March 16, 2012
  • Networked Audio Shipments To Explode

    According to the Parks Associates, by 2016 more than 90 million of audio units (including receivers, speaker docks, sound bars and home theater systems) will shop with networking ability, including DLNA and AirPlay. ...Read the whole story

Around The Net

  • Google To Buy Mobile App MilkAll Things D

    Word is that Google is buying up most of mobile app incubator Milk, including its young founder Kevin Rose -- a curious deal, according to Web watchers, considering that Milk has yet to produce anything of substance. One possibility is that Google is betting on Rose, best know for founding Digg, to add a little luster to its products. “Rose has an avid online following, stemming from his days as a host on TechTV and the long-running podcast ‘Diggnation,’ AllThingsD writes. “That kind of ongoing fan engagement could be a boon to Google+, which has been criticized for low engagement and tricky ... ...Read the whole story

  • Radioplayer Mobile, TV App Ready To Launch The Telegraph

    In June, the first mobile app will go live and be free on iPhone and Android phones, giving users access to 315 radio stations that use the internet console. The app will locate the user, suggest local stations, scan music preferences that may exist on the phone and recommend stations. It will also find what audio your Facebook friends like. It will work off both 3G and wifi. ...Read the whole story

  • You iPad Fanatics Already Know This... Computer World

    Apple opened its retail stores in 10 countries, including the U.S., at 8 a.m. local time to accommodate buyers of the new iPad, the company said. Earlier, Apple's website had displayed a short message that its retail stores would open their doors at 8 a.m., or one to two hours earlier than usual. ...Read the whole story

  • Conde Nast Begins Issuing Readership Reports On Tablet EditionsAdvertising Age
  • Boston's Mobile Mafia: Why Facebook Should Have Stayed in New EnglandRead/Write Web
The Third Screen: Global Mobile - A View From Latin America

Mobile is truly a global phenomenon, but all markets are not yet in sync. This can pose some interesting challenges for both marketers within each of the geographies as well as visitors who travel outside their ...More