Android is a hot button for mobile gaming industry experts. Some believe it will grow to be the biggest platform developed for, some say it's the one of the worst to work with.
If you're creating a game, recent data says you should be focusing heavily on marketing, the reviews you get. And if you're a mobile game, you also now have a much bigger audience to make love you.
With $3 billion in forecast revenue, Yahoo might be seeing its first real growth in years.
Embeddable Notebooks are an extension of the popular Pinterest-style digital notebooks: collections of projects, photos, and ideas that help users organize information and get things done.
B2B marketing startup Demandbase has raised $15 million in new funding to help it add more sales members and push for growth in U.S. and European enterprises.
The 'Quietly Brilliant' HTC of 2009-2013 is dead. Long live (?) the new HTC.
Reports are coming out that Google Alerts is not working as it used to and is no longer as useful a tool for brands, businesses, and marketers.
The myth of the "average shopper" is dead, according to New York City customer analytics startup Custora.
Online scrapbooking site Pinterest unveils its new look, including enhanced navigational and discovery features.
HG Data uses a data-driven approach to help salespeople build lists of potential enterprise customers, and is ready to disrupt the legacy IT market.
The firm has stolen Cyndi Reseburg away from The Hatch Agency and Graham Hancock from Revision3 for marketing and video total domination.
Guest Post Our findings show the disconnect between social media strategies and business value is forcing many executives to rethink their overall approach, and the infrastructure they built to support it.
How is your company doing in social? Are you engaging customers, fans, and potential customers? And are you doing it better than your competitors?
Your app is wonderful, amazing, and awesome, and it's one in a million. Literally.
That vision has produced events where Activision and the State Department, QuikSilver and the Gates Foundation rub shoulders with music industry giants. And where beauty and fashion -- Diane von Furstenberg -- meet brains and technology: Google Glass.
Facebook is moving beyond the simple "X liked Coke" to the meaning of that like -- and using more nuanced clues based on what Facebookers have posted and shared on the site to built that characterization.
Pinterest just raised $200 million at a $2.5 billion valuation. But if the company seriously starts to monetize what marketers like Sephora are finding in the social shopping platform, two and a half billion dollars is far too cheap.
Marketing intelligence startup Aggregate Knowledge raises $11.4 million in new funds.
A picture might indeed be worth a thousand words as visual social networks Pinterest and Instagram continue to grow. But how do analytics change when photos say more than text?
It's not just gadget geeks who are eager to see HTC back on top.