Opera, the makers of the mobile Web browser, Opera Mini, have released their monthly ‘State of the mobile Web‘ report, which shows that the mobile Internet continues to grow and operators all over the world continue to make a lot of money.
The recently released Mobile Metrics Report from AdMob shows that while the iPhone continues to be the global market leader in its category, things are changing in the U.S.A.
Google has announced that they have opened up availability of a new feature called remarketing, which was previously being tested by a limited group of advertisers.
A recent report from Nielsen Company has found that 35% more Americans now access the Internet while watching TV than a year ago.
Google formally announced plans to leave China yesterday after their threat to stop censoring search result on Google.cn was met with severe opposition from the Chinese government.
A recent study has found that consumers who follow brands on social media such as Facebook and Twitter are more likely to buy their products since becoming a fan/follower.
Juniper Research has predicted that demand for Web 2.0 services on mobile phones and the associated annual revenues from those services will reach $18.9 billion by 2014.
Following closely on the heels of their announcement regarding location tagging, Twitter has announced the introduction of yet another service, called the @anywhere platform.
While speculation about the possibility of Facebook starting a location sharing feature in the near future is still just speculation, Twitter is already one step ahead of them.
Gawker Media recently announced their decision to truncate RSS feeds from their popular blog, Lifehacker. Their reasoning puts the effectiveness of RSS marketing in doubt.
The New York Times reports that Facebook is getting ready to allow location sharing between friends.
The OpenNet Initiative has found that Microsoft Bing censors searches related to gay and lesbian topics in a number of Middle Eastern countries.
The Wall Street Journal has reported that Google is testing a new TV search service in conjunction with Dish Network.
Almost exactly 3 years ago, in March 2007, Google acquired Gapminder’s Trendalyzer software. They have now put this technology to use and released it in the public domain.
A joint survey conducted by the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life project and the Project for Excellence in Journalism studied the habits of American consumers with regard to their preferred sources for daily news.