The Emoticon Turns 25

Just when we were reeling at the thought of branded emoticons, along comes the 25th anniversary of the ubiquitous smiley face. While we’re all thankful that those crazy “super-customized” emoticons […]

Third Screen Media Inks Deal With Fox

Third Screen Media just snagged Fox in a deal to deliver advertising to mobile phones, adding to its already-bursting portfolio that includes USA Today, MSN, The Weather Channel and MSNBC.com. […]

Analyst: Content Providers Should Pay Carriers to Distribute Mobile TV

Here’s a plan we can get behind. Wireless research analyst Iain Gillott thinks that Verizon and the other carriers have it all wrong about mobile TV. Instead of us paying […]

Apple Overtaking MTV’s Role in the Music Industry

The game has changed. For a new band to break out into the mainstream, having a video on MTV was of paramount importance, but now things are different. According to […]

Why Page Views Aren’t Always Important

This Mediaweek article points out how page views on social networking sites might not be as important to advertisers as they are on, say, a regular portal such as Yahoo. […]

Maybe the Problem With Mobile TV is Too Much Choice

It sounds crazy, given that we’ve barely gotten started with mobile TV on our cell phones. But media columnist Steve Smith might have a point in this latest Mobile Insider […]

Jury Says Vonage Infringed On Verizon Patents

In a decision that can’t be good for the money-losing Internet phone provider, Vonage must pay Verizon $58 million in damages for infringing on three of Verizon’s patents, a federal […]

Consumers Using the Mobile Web More Often

More juicy info from the Online Publishers Association: according to another study of theirs, 71% of U.S. users have access to the Internet on their phones, while 41% said that […]

Yes, But How Do You Really Feel About Mobile Advertising?

It’s one of the big questions about cell phones. Would users rather pay monthly subscription fees to browse the Web and view videos? Or would it be better if that […]

Virb hates MySpace

Today have launched Virb, that, by many bloggers, will take a big part of MySpace users and possibly even kill MySpace. I have seen ether project before from Virb team […]