Mobile Marketing Daily
Thursday, May 26, 2011
  • Downtown Reviving: N.Y.C. Launches Global Push

    New York City is launching a global campaign to promote Lower Manhattan, an area comprising the financial district, Battery Park City, and the waterfront … Read the whole story

  • AdMob Adds Tablet Ad Formats

    AdMob today unveiled a new set of tablet ad formats and enhanced developer tools in connection with the one-year anniversary of its formal acquisition … Read the whole story

  • Smartphones Get A Little Smarter

    The Wall Street Journal tells us that the upcoming release of Microsoft's Mango OS for mobile devices announced yesterday "dials up the phone wars." … Read the whole story

  • My Phone, My Remote: Let the Living Room Wars Begin

    "Who did that?" my wife wonders when she see the TV channel change even as the remote control sits abandoned on the coffee table. … Read the whole story

  • Mobile Gold Rush

    Sorry to be so crabby. But I have a bone to pick with the mobile-tablet industry and the media industry that is being sucked … Read the whole story

  • (Dis)Integrated Marketing Hurdles

    The opportunity to understand what marketers are thinking and doing during a period of unprecedented change and increasing expectations makes the Unica Annual Survey … Read the whole story

  • Google eBooks: A Digital Publishing ARM

    Six months after launch, there are more than 3 million free ebooks available in Google ebookstore and more than 250 independent booksellers selling Google … Read the whole story

  • Google's Underlying Mobile Payment NFC Strategy

    Google has introduced the next step in mobile payments: Google Wallet, an app that will make smartphones the paperless wallet tied to credit, prepaid, … Read the whole story

  • Lyman Heads Publicis Modem's LG Mobile Work

    Publicis Modem San Francisco just named Alex Lyman as its new vice president and creative director on the global LG Mobile account. One of … Read the whole story

  • AT&T Launching 4G LTE In 5 Cities

    AT&T has selected Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Atlanta and Chicago as the first five cities for the rollout of its high-speed 4G LTE service … Read the whole story