Verizon Ready to Launch Live Mobile TV

Looks like Verizon Wireless is finally ready to try out some live television channels. According to a report from RCRWireless, Verizon is gearing up to launch “Vcast Mobile TV” in […]

AOL May Join the Mobile Ad Game

According to unnamed sources (first in a Wall Street Journal article and later relayed by Reuters), AOL is in talks to purchase Third Screen Media, an advertising startup that targets […]

Milk Industry Launches “Branded Emoticon”

OK, this one is a stretch. Sal Taibi, the president of Lowe, New York, agency for the Milk Processor Education Program, or MilkPEP, has announced the first “branded emoticon.” Yep, […]

Finally, Some Real Numbers on Mobile Surfing

People are surfing the Web on handheld devices. According to a study released by the Pew Internet & American Life Project on Sunday, one in four Internet users said they […]

Short Form Independent Films to Appear on Phones

Call it the third screen, the fourth screen, or the really small screen. But until now there hasn’t been much in the way of compelling, unique content for mobile devices. […]

Top 10 Threadless T-Shirt Designs

Here is list of my favorite t-shirt designs from Threadless. I have made it in two categories – already sold out t-shirts with absolutely amazing design (there is always hope […]

Sony Phones Can ID Music On the Fly

Sony has been quietly re-introducing the Walkman brand into the public consciousness, after having completely lost its market position to the iPod. They’re doing this not with their music player […]

WSJ Launches Mobile Site

Dow Jones & Co. just launched a version of the online Wall Street Journal site for cell phones, according to this Bloomberg story. The article points out that WSJ already […]

Google To Serve Ads In Video Games

According to an unnamed source in this CNET article, Google bought in-game advertising vendor AdScape in a deal worth $23 million. Various sources are reporting that this would primarily serve […]

Yet More Evidence That DRM is Worthless

To the surprise of exactly no one, a hacker recently figured out how to crack the Digital Rights Management protection on every single Blu-Ray and HD DVD in existence, using […]