Google executives paid below market rates for fuel purchased from the Defense Department for their nine private aircraft, a report from NASA's inspector general says.
Twitter tries to improve its block feature, but critics say it has done the exact opposite
Twitter has changed its policy on what happens when a user blocks another user, and some of those who have been subjected to harassment on the network say the changes actually make things worse instead of better
A report says Google is building its own ARM-based custom server chips. This rumor has surfaced a few times in the last few years, but now the economics and technology are right for it to happen.
Twitter Takes Another (Small) Mobile Ad Step
Twitter’s clearly got big ambitions to be a major player in mobile advertising, staking its ground on the twin buzzwords of “native” and “programmatic” as the tentpoles of its strategy. It's starting with the app-install part of the mobile ad market.The post Twitter Tak
Marketing on the Internet is rapidly headed is changing. Brands are now looking for ways to reach consumers through content and experiences, as opposed to straight-up, easily ignorable banners. As a result, it's publishers -- not agencies -- that are often the best equipped to both create and distri
Instead of blanketing social media channels, the company is only going where they feel their voice can be heard. And for them, that means strictly Tumblr -- as both a social platform and the company homepage. That means no Facebook likes, no brand witticisms on Twitter and no food porn on Pinterest.
“QR codes are as dead as a dodo," Adam Buhler, DigitasLBi's vp of creative technology, said. “They seemed like the holy grail, but they’re horrifically ugly. I’ve heard them described as a robot vomit.”The post What’s In, What’s Out For Mobile in 2014 appear
Cumulus Promotes Rdio Partnership
Three months after taking a stake in Rdio, Cumulus is promoting its partnership with the digital radio platform with a nationwide campaign on Cumulus stations, coinciding with the launch of new
Cumulus station-branded product pages on Rdio.
'Allrecipes' is off to a running start. Just a month after launching the magazine as a print extension of the popular food Web site, Meredith Corp. announced it will raise the rate base for Allrecipes
from 500,000 to 650,000, effective with the April 2014 issue.
DirecTV is expecting its advertising sales to grow quickly over the next three to four years -- specifically due to rapidly expanding addressable advertising efforts. Its CRO estimates business will
grow 30% to 40% in the next few years.