What's the difference between a TV commercial and an infomercial?
Print media's woes are now online ones. If the New York Times website, the most popular online newspaper site in the U.S. (with 30 million unique visitors per month), has to adapt its business model for online and mobile delivery, it tells you something about the state of print and online media in general.
Last summer, I discovered Foursquare and it seemed like everybody was talking about its enormous potential for connecting businesses and smartphone users, with check-ins being broadcast across users’ social networks.
A new Google study, conducted by Ipsos/OTX, has confirmed we are addicted to our smartphones and revealed how we use them to help make purchasing decisions, wrote John Paul Titlow of ReadWriteWeb.com (April 28).
Need to search for something but don't know where to start? Use the Search Anywhere feature!
On April 28, Nick Bilton of the New York Times blogged about what may be "the next era of consumer web search."
CBC News reported last week (April 20), that an Ottawa hospital ordered 1,800 iPads. These are in addition to the 500 iPads hospital staff were already using.
Yesterday (April 26), Nielsen published a report about smartphone adoption, and the results confirm that Android has been gaining mind-share in recent months.
Above photo: Scott Huffman, left, and Amit Singhal of Google. With voice search, Google learned it had trained people to use keywords. (Photo credit: Peter DaSilva for the New York Times)
It could very well be the friendliest city in all of the USA, and it evident as Indianapolis hosted both the Women's Final Four NCAA basketball tournament as well as hundreds of Moorehead TCC employees and agents.
iQmetrix is launching the RQ4 integration of TIO Networks’ bill payment processing service this week to beta clients, with a full ramp up expected in the next two weeks.