“Cyber Monday” sales rise, more spikes expected

“Cyber Monday” sales rise, more spikes expected
ATLANTA (Reuters) – Buyers spent $733 million bargain-hunting on “Cyber Monday,” up 21 percent from a year earlier, and some analysts expect that one-day tally to be topped as Christmas nears.[Lees verder]

Google “My Location” to ease mobile map use
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Internet search leader Google Inc said on Wednesday it is introducing a novel mapping system that uses cell phone towers to let mobile phone users locate nearby services without typing in addresses.[Lees verder]

MTV to offer all “South Park” clips online
NEW YORK (Reuters) – MTV Networks plans to make every clip from every episode of the hit animated comedy “South Park” available for free online next year as part of a strategy to reach consumers everywhere.[Lees verder]

Adobe and Yahoo test running ads inside PDF documents
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Software maker Adobe Systems Inc and Internet company Yahoo Inc said on Wednesday they will offer a service to let publishers run advertisements in Adobe’s popular document-reading format.[Lees verder]

No love on offer but Greek e-site will find parking
ATHENS (Reuters) – A new Greek Web site promises to help Athenians find a match made in heaven.[Lees verder]

Vodafone, Telefonica bank on mobile ads
LONDON (Reuters) – Mobile phone group Vodafone and Spanish carrier Telefonica are taking stakes in a mobile advertising company in a move to battle the threat of online giants Google and Yahoo Inc.[Lees verder]

Scripps says not looking to sell Shopzilla
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Newspaper publisher and broadcaster E.W. Scripps Co said on Wednesday it does not plan to sell its comparison shopping Web site Shopzilla, refuting a report on a media blog.[Lees verder]

Nintendo and NTT to promote Wii Web access
TOKYO (Reuters) – Video game maker Nintendo Co Ltd and telecoms operator NTT’s regional units said they would cooperate in Japan to promote the broadband Internet access of Nintendo’s hot-selling Wii game console.[Lees verder]

“Cyber Monday” sales rise, more spikes expected
ATLANTA (Reuters) – Buyers spent $733 million bargain-hunting on “Cyber Monday,” up 21 percent from a year earlier, and some analysts expect that one-day tally to be topped as Christmas nears.[Lees verder]

Google “My Location” to ease mobile map use
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Internet search leader Google Inc said on Wednesday it is introducing a novel mapping system that uses cell phone towers to let mobile phone users locate nearby services without typing in addresses.[Lees verder]

MTV to offer all “South Park” clips online
NEW YORK (Reuters) – MTV Networks plans to make every clip from every episode of the hit animated comedy “South Park” available for free online next year as part of a strategy to reach consumers everywhere.[Lees verder]

Adobe and Yahoo test running ads inside PDF documents
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Software maker Adobe Systems Inc and Internet company Yahoo Inc said on Wednesday they will offer a service to let publishers run advertisements in Adobe’s popular document-reading format.[Lees verder]

No love on offer but Greek e-site will find parking
ATHENS (Reuters) – A new Greek Web site promises to help Athenians find a match made in heaven.[Lees verder]

Vodafone, Telefonica bank on mobile ads
LONDON (Reuters) – Mobile phone group Vodafone and Spanish carrier Telefonica are taking stakes in a mobile advertising company in a move to battle the threat of online giants Google and Yahoo Inc.[Lees verder]

Scripps says not looking to sell Shopzilla
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Newspaper publisher and broadcaster E.W. Scripps Co said on Wednesday it does not plan to sell its comparison shopping Web site Shopzilla, refuting a report on a media blog.[Lees verder]

Nintendo and NTT to promote Wii Web access
TOKYO (Reuters) – Video game maker Nintendo Co Ltd and telecoms operator NTT’s regional units said they would cooperate in Japan to promote the broadband Internet access of Nintendo’s hot-selling Wii game console.[Lees verder]