When Google Base launched last year, many believed it would be the ultimate category killer, disrupting eBay, Craiglsist and the multi billion dollar newspaper classifieds advertising business.
Apple opened a flagship retail destination in New York City this evening: The Apple Store Fifth Avenue. The Apple showroom and store will be open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for the “city that never sleeps
Bill Tancer’s Hitwise chart “Google Properties--Understanding the Breakdown
Arbitron and Edison Media Research track online broadcasting, Internet usage and consumer media trends and conducted about 2000 telephone interviews in January 2006 to develop a profile of the “On-Demand Media Consumer.
As the Web 1.0 Napster saga lives on, Web 2.0 content sharing hubs, such as YouTube, are just beginning to grapple over the wants of content consumers, the needs of content owners, the rights of content creators, and their own desires to make money.
Yahoo’s future strategy aims at 'driving deeper engagement' with its users through vertical search, personalization, desktop search and social search and believes the increasing sophistication of user search behavior supports the goal.
Terry Semel, Yahoo Chairman & CEO, presented Yahoo's future monetization strategies at the Yahoo analyst meeting yesterday, here are highlights, in full color.
In 2002, the CNET announcement of Yahoo’s new look highlighted the advertiser-driven focus of its homepage redesign. In 2006, Yahoo's homepage redesign is presented in Web 2.0 community terms.
DVR TV viewing behavior is disrupting the television advertising market: Nielsen Media Research has been measuring non-live digital video recorder viewing since last December, TiVo announced Monday an “upfront
“In Google we trust