According to a report last week from Bloomberg, smartphones are not just slowing the growth of digital cameras or shaving off the edges of the low-end market. The quality and ubiquity of smartphone photography is beginning to eat away at the traditional camera market. Digital camera shipments may fall 4.3% this year, and it isn't just the low end that is hurting. ...
The spread of mobile technology has been a boon for news consumption, bolstering the appeal of traditional news brands and even expanding long-form journalism. ... Read the whole story
Thanks to YouTube, Google still dominates online video. Video advertising is a different story. Hulu and its premium content now attract the bulk of ... Read the whole story
Intel tests what people would do for an Ultrabook computer, from breaking societal norms to testing feats of strength, in a new guerilla marketing ... Read the whole story
The United States Marine Corps on Monday will run an advertising campaign on YouTube for desktop and mobile. The JWT-created campaign shows Marines as ... Read the whole story
Social gaming firm PlayPhone has added a marketing model in buying SocialHour, a social mobile marketing company, for $51.5 million, reports VentureBeat. In acquiring ... Read the whole story
Have you noticed that women are multi-taskers, run the family social calendars, are the majority of caregivers, do the household purchasing, gift buying and ... Read the whole story