AOL has bought political news site The Huffington Post, for $315m (£222m), as the Internet firm continues its drive to boost its content services.
News Corporation’s Rupert Murdoch has launched a digital newspaper for the iPad called the Daily, which he said he hoped it would be an “indispensable source of news” in the tablet era. But will it catch on? Adrian Drury, analyst at Ovum, takes a closer look…
Just last month, leading search marketing specialist and technology firm, Greenlight, pointed out in its 2011 top 10 predictions for natural and paid search, that among other things, search engines would take an even more aggressive stance towards duplicate and low value content this year. It is going on almost a week since Google’s Matt … [Read more…]
Time Warner has struck a deal with US cable provider Comcast to stream its major channels to Comcast’s internet subscribers.
Apple has blocked Sony’s e-reader iPhone app as it allows people to read books bought through Sony’s store, rather than Apple’s “in-app purchase” payment system.
AOL has posted higher than expected profits, despite the burden of restucting costs following its separation from Time Warner.
Brits are dabbling in the markets online, with 446,000 searches made online by UK consumers looking for trading-related platforms and services in October 2010, according to new research.
AOL Europe has acquired video distribution network goviral, as the internet media company further expands its ad-funded content services.
Dennis Publishing is testing a new behavioural targeting campaign across its roster of sites, in partnership with nugg.ad.
eCRM agency Underwired Amaze has launched a Social CRM (sCRM) tool for integrating Facebook functionality with segmented email campaigns and eCRM programmes.