With uptake rates on the rise and journalists increasingly using Twitter to tinyurl their stories, tweet headlines and nab quick quotes from their followers, are the days of the lowly PR numbered? Suzanne Morrow from Dog Digital writes”
Columbia Pictures has launched a new official website for their new movie “The Social Network”, a ‘warts-and-all’ biopic based around the lives of the facebook founders.
Columbia Pictures has launched a new official website for their new movie “The Social Network”
Internet telephony service Vonage has introduced the Vonage Mobile application for Facebook. This new service allows users to make free mobile calls to all of their Facebook friends who have the app.
Quno.com, a web based rail search and booking service due to launch later this year, is releasing the UK’s first location-based mobile games at major UK rail stations.
Sports betting saw a notable increase in June giving casino, poker and bingo a run for their money. The latest report by independent search and social marketing agency Greenlight, ‘Gaming Sector Report – June 2010’, reveals UK consumer search for sports betting-related terms totalled 550,779.
Sony will launch a new music and video download service linking a range of its devices, in a challenge to Apple’s dominant position in the market.
Apple made its first foray into social networking on Wednesday with the introduction of Ping, a ‘social music discovery’ service with that runs alongside the latest version of iTunes.
comScore has acquired Nedstat, a provider of web analytics and innovative video measurement solutions for approximately $36.7 million.
Google is to launch the Priority Inbox feature for Gmail, using an algorithm to automatically sort busy inboxes into ‘Priority’, ‘Starred’ and ‘Everything Else’. Elliot Ross, Senior Creative Designer at e-Dialog, looks into the implications for ecommerce and email marketers.