Nokia aims software at low-end phones.
"Mango" arrives with a Wi-Fi tethering surprise.
DOJ to take closer look at Google's Motorola deal.
Google in talks to acquire Katango, sources say.
Yahoo presses on with new products.
Twitter ad sales to triple in... continue reading »
Twenty-four hours after its introduction it is already clear that Amazon’s Kindle Fire is going to be a robust mobile ad channel, given the wealth of content - ad-optimized content - ready-made for the device.
For example, James Lamberti, VP of... continue reading »
Generally speaking women, particularly mothers, are seen as controllers of the purse strings and therefore the ideal target by marketers. Not that this is inaccurate - there are any number of studies to support this point. But marketers are... continue reading »
Corporate websites (23%) are the clear leader in online lead generation, according to a new study by Demandbase. In it, the percentage of respondents citing corporate sites as their top lead source is 64% higher than the 14% citing email,... continue reading »
Flite has launched an ad component marketplace called FliteHub. Yet another cloud computing initiative, FliteHub is aimed squarely at the ad development space, allowing companies to build display ads with component applications or for videos, coupons, maps, and social-media feeds... continue reading »
Google launches paid version of Google Analytics.
RIM calls report of PlayBook's demise 'pure fiction'.
Global study tracks mood on Twitter.
A&E’s Biography Channel taps Facebook’s social graph.
Russian search engine Yandex leads $30 million investment in Blekko.
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