As Google pushes phones, Yahoo zeros in on ad deals

As Google pushes phones, Yahoo zeros in on ad deals
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Yahoo mobile chief Marco Boerries is racing to lock down phone distribution deals that could deliver hundreds of millions of advertising customers before Google’s own mobile strategy ever takes wing.[Lees verder]

Web ad spending expected to double by 2011
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. spending on Internet advertising will surpass $21 billion this year and double by 2011, as more money moves away from traditional media like television and newspapers, research firm eMarketer forecast on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Most companies fail to block music threat
LONDON (Reuters) – Most companies do not stop staff from downloading music from the Internet, despite the risks posed to work computers, a survey has found.[Lees verder]

Modern killers turn to video to get message out
LONDON (Reuters) – The posting on YouTube of a clip announcing a school shooting in Finland before it happened shows how self-shot videos have become the favored means for modern killers wanting to get their message across.[Lees verder]

Prince moves to sue fan Web sites
LONDON (Reuters) – Fan sites dedicated to Prince say they have been served legal notice to remove all images of the singer, his lyrics and “anything linked to Prince’s likeness”, and have vowed to fight what they said was censorship.[Lees verder]

TiVo to offer advertisers viewer demographic data: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. digital video recorder company TiVo Inc is offering a new service giving advertisers detailed profiles of its users, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday in its online edition.[Lees verder]

AOL to buy Quigo as last big advertising deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – AOL said on Wednesday it would buy Internet advertising technology company Quigo to bolster its ad force and make it more competitive with Google Inc and Yahoo Inc.[Lees verder]

Microsoft rolls out Web services linked to Windows
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. released on Tuesday a suite of free Web services that connect to its Windows operating system, delivering a major element of its strategy to maintain the dominance of its software while extending its reach on the Internet.[Lees verder]

As Google pushes phones, Yahoo zeros in on ad deals
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Yahoo mobile chief Marco Boerries is racing to lock down phone distribution deals that could deliver hundreds of millions of advertising customers before Google’s own mobile strategy ever takes wing.[Lees verder]

Web ad spending expected to double by 2011
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. spending on Internet advertising will surpass $21 billion this year and double by 2011, as more money moves away from traditional media like television and newspapers, research firm eMarketer forecast on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Most companies fail to block music threat
LONDON (Reuters) – Most companies do not stop staff from downloading music from the Internet, despite the risks posed to work computers, a survey has found.[Lees verder]

Modern killers turn to video to get message out
LONDON (Reuters) – The posting on YouTube of a clip announcing a school shooting in Finland before it happened shows how self-shot videos have become the favored means for modern killers wanting to get their message across.[Lees verder]

Prince moves to sue fan Web sites
LONDON (Reuters) – Fan sites dedicated to Prince say they have been served legal notice to remove all images of the singer, his lyrics and “anything linked to Prince’s likeness”, and have vowed to fight what they said was censorship.[Lees verder]

TiVo to offer advertisers viewer demographic data: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. digital video recorder company TiVo Inc is offering a new service giving advertisers detailed profiles of its users, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday in its online edition.[Lees verder]

AOL to buy Quigo as last big advertising deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – AOL said on Wednesday it would buy Internet advertising technology company Quigo to bolster its ad force and make it more competitive with Google Inc and Yahoo Inc.[Lees verder]

Microsoft rolls out Web services linked to Windows
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. released on Tuesday a suite of free Web services that connect to its Windows operating system, delivering a major element of its strategy to maintain the dominance of its software while extending its reach on the Internet.[Lees verder]