Jamie Lendino


News.com: TV Can Kill Movies at iTunes, Netflix

The other day, we reported on how popular movies are beginning to disappear from the iTunes Store without explanation, which affects what iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV owners can purchase. […]

Verve Wireless Signs Chicago Sun-Times, Time Out Chicago

Verve Wireless, a mobile ad network, has signed the Chicago Sun-Times, The San Diego Union-Tribune, Time Out Chicago, Time Out New York and Metro International, MediaPost reports, bringing the company’s […]

Informa: Mobile TV to Hit $10 Billion by 2013

Mobile TV may be off to a slow start here in the U.S., but according to a new study from Informa Telecoms & Media, it’s expected to generate revenues of […]

Playboy Launches Made-For-Mobile Series

As we first reported last month, Playboy announced the official debut of Interns, a new digital series developed, shot, and produced specifically for the mobile Web. As FierceMobileContent reports, Interns […]

Macworld: DRM-Free iTunes BS for Now

Over the past few days, there’s been some noise about how Apple may finally begin selling DRM-free iTunes Store music from the other three major record labels, not just EMI. […]

Twitter Won’t Do Ads, But Third-Party Developers Might

Twitter has been doing quite well on cell phones, business model or not. Yet the question remains: how exactly does the company plan on making money? (Especially if Facebook isn’t […]

Cellphone Vendors Could Exit Business: Report

Apple Insider has a report on how mobile phone vendors are beginning to sound alarms about the economy, suggesting that some of the weaker ones could give up on the […]

Bejeweled Twist Heading to Cell Phones

PopCap Games announced on Tuesday that it will begin distributing Bejeweled Twist on cell phones in North American and Europe beginning in April 2009, MediaPost reports. The game will sport […]

Penguin and Random House Go Mobile

Two major book publishers, Penguin Group and Random House, announced mobile phone initiatives Monday “as a worried industry increasingly banks on a digital future,” according to the Associated Press. – […]

Study: Customers Won’t Pay for Ad-Free Sites

AdAge posted the results of a study on whether Web surfers would pay for ad-free sites. The result? No. “When we asked consumers if they would pay $39.99 a year, […]