The Daily launches for the iPad.
Facebook begins listing deals on the site.
Checking with Google Latitude.
Former Yahoo execs launch Foodily social recipe sharing site.
Bing engineer accuses Google of profiting off search spam.
Blekko bans content farms like Demand Media’s eHow from... continue reading »
Hispanics, Asians are Most-Likely Smartphone Owners in the U.S.
Nearly a third (31%) of all mobile consumers in the United States own smartphones, according to The Nielsen Co. But smartphone penetration is even higher among mobile users who are part of... continue reading »
Google is tightening regulations for third-party partners that offer AdWords to clients, usually small businesses. For the most part, it said in a blog post, it doesn’t expect there to be much change for end-users as most third-parties... continue reading »
Actually not much - the accusation Google has levied at Microsoft (namely that it is copying its search results) and Microsoft's subsequent denial is at its heart a PR spat, Michael Hussey, CEO of search engine PeekYou.com, tells MarketingVOX.
"Super long... continue reading »
Google showed off its Android 3.0 operating system, aka Honeycomb, at its Android event on Wednesday. Along with a host of new features and a new Android Marketplace website the company also introduced a key enhancement for marketers: in-app purchasing.... continue reading »
Along with the launch of The Daily - Rupert Murdoch's national daily news publication created from the ground up for iPad - Apple is also introducing changes in news app pricing.
Going forward, subscription pricing will be available in one-click... continue reading »