Nearly 40% of the Japanese online population visited an entertainment music site in August 2008, and Japan had the highest penetration of users of Apple iTunes software for the month when compared with other countries, according to a study of... continue reading »
Last Tuesday the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted unanimously to allow the unlicensed use of the white space spectrum.
So-called "white spaces" are the 300MHz to 400MHz of unused spectrum that sit between broadcast TV channels. It may prove a... continue reading »
The current economic situation appears to have created a short-term crisis of confidence among some affluent and millionaire investors, but nearly two-thirds say they have done nothing to change their long-term investment strategy, according to research from Phoenix Marketing International,... continue reading »
Months after inking the deal, and days after passing a revised proposal to the Department of Justice, which is screening it for antitrust violations, Google and Yahoo announced plans to trash the idea altogether.
The change of heart is a surprising... continue reading »
Though 43% of US iPhone owners earn more than $100K per year, the strongest growth in users is coming from those with annual incomes between $25K and $75K, particularly since the launch of the iPhone 3G, according to new iPhone... continue reading »
Online retailers increasingly benefit from marketing products on shopping-comparison sites as cash-strapped consumers seek bargains online, according to research published by E-consultancy and DoubleClick, reports Retailer Daily.
Some 43% of retailers surveyed say the proportion of online sales coming through... continue reading »
The Travel Ad Network (TAN), a group of over 200 web publishers including BBC's Lonely Planet, Rand McNally and Maps.com, partnered with Lat49 to enable advertisers to deliver geo-contextually targeted display ads across its sites.
Advertisers like American Express, Visa, Apple,... continue reading »
Viacom's MTV Networks hand-picked Quantcast to measure traffic on its online properties, including MTV.com, VH1.com, Nick.com, and ComedyCentral.com.
Quantcast will use pixels and cookies to find the number of unique visitors, cookied visitors, and pageviews on each site. It will... continue reading »