Jamie Lendino

TMP: Mobile Search Still Evolving

TMP Directional Marketing is releasing a study today, entitled “Local Search Usage Study, that covers the changing role of mobile search. “Consumers—who once thought of mobile search as a time-consuming […]

Breaking: Yahoo! to Lay Off 1,500

Inside sources confided to our partner blog FishbowlLA in an exclusive that Yahoo!, via an email from departing CEO Jerry Yang, told its California employees that on Wednesday, as many […]

Former Newsweek President Joins Buzzwire as CEO

Buzzwire, the mobile Web content company, announced that Greg Osberg, who most recently was president and worldwide publisher of Newsweek, has joined the firm as its new CEO. The company […]

Nielsen: Text Message Marketing to Increase

According to new research by Nielsen Mobile, almost 60 percent of mobile subscribers in the U.S. use text-messaging on a regular basis, and 16 percent recall some form of advertising […]

Amazon Kindle Sells Out

Just days after the Amazon Kindle had its first birthday, the company’s popular eBook reader disappeared from shelves and will not be available until February of next year, Macworld reports. […]

Rumblefish Signs YouTube Music Deal

YouTube announced that it has signed an agreement with independent music licensing agency Rumblefish to let YouTube users add Rumblefish content to their videos, PC Magazine reports. That means, essentially, […]

Motorola’s Credit Reduced to Junk Status

It’s not a good day for Motorola: its long-term corporate credit rating was lowered to junk status by Standard & Poor’s, CNET News reports, as the company continues to endure […]

Movies Disappear from iTunes Store

If you’re looking to stock your iPod or iPhone with digital copies of movies this holiday season, better act fast: some major flicks from Warner Bros., Universal, and MGM have […]

SanDisk Eyes Flash Memory Slowdown

SanDisk is considering a production halt over the holidays at its manufacturing facilities in Japan amid a general slowdown in the flash memory chip industry, the storage method commonly used […]

Nielsen: Mobile Search War Not Over

Google appears to be winning not just the desktop search battle, but the mobile search battle as well, with over 60 percent of the mobile search market, MediaPost reports. But […]