Wednesday, October 31, 2012
  • Yahoo Teams With Wenner Media

    Yahoo and Wenner Media announced a cross-promotional content deal involving various properties, including 'Rolling Stone,' 'Men's Journal,' 'Us Weekly' and Yahoo's omg! and Yahoo Music. Editorial teams from both companies will work together to co-produce exclusive content. ...Read the whole story

  • Google's Siri-Like Voice Search Takes On Apple Devices

    Google released a revised search app for iOS that adds a Siri-like voice-recognition service to its Android service on Apple phones. It's a wake-up call for marketers, which will find the audio searches serve up much more comprehensive and relevant information in query results, compared with typing keywords into a search box. ...Read the whole story

  • Data Key To Yahoo Japan, BrightTag Deal

    Yahoo Japan, an information portal, has tapped BrightTag, a data integration platform, to support the data collection and delivery of re-marketing and media services. The multiyear partnerships makes data instantly accessible to advertisers, as it moves through the cloud in real time. ...Read the whole story

  • Calif. A.G. Threatens App Developers With Fines

    App developers that don't start offering privacy policies in the next 30 days could face fines of $2,500 per download, California Attorney General Kamala Harris said. ...Read the whole story

  • Domino's, Lionsgate Partner For Web Movies In UK

    Thanks to a new partnership with Lionsgate UK, Domino's customers in the region can now rent a digital version of "The Hunger Games" or "Dirty Dancing" with their pepperoni pies. The online service is dubbed Domino's Pizza "Box Office." ...Read the whole story

  • Study: Global Consumers' Confidence Remains Cautious

    Global marketers should note that global consumers' confidence is still improving -- albeit slowly. Overall, consumer confidence rose in 52% of global markets measured by Nielsen in Q3, compared to 41% of markets in the previous quarter. ...Read the whole story

  • Sandy Took Out 25% Of Cell Towers

    Hurricane Sandy put one quarter of the wireless cell towers in the Northeast out of commission, according to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski, who warned that number may increase unless power is restored in a timely fashion. ...Read the whole story

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