To enhance Bing search and mobile services.
Google's 16th employee takes the helm of YouTube.
iWatch could instantly become an $US18 billion market.
Chromecast becomes a TV app platform in earnest.
Hillary Clinton gets in the real-time marketing game.
Facebook will soon let advertisers target users based on employer and job title.
Phones running Android Open Source Project made up 25% of all shipments in the fourth quarter.
A lot of payments news is rumour-mongering.
Facebook and an app developer duke it out over a brand name.
Mobile payments will top 29 billion transactions in 2014.
Samsung accounts for one-fifth of all Android tablet shipments in the quarter.
A variety of publishers are benefiting.
Aereo may have as many as 500,000 subscribers in New York City.
Hillary Clinton gets in the real-time marketing game.
This is a big step for beacon application at live events.
The New York Bitcoin hearings draw global interest.
Starbucks sees nearly 5 million mobile payment transactions a week in the U.S.
Facebook's teens may not have flown the coup.
Google CPC is down 11% year-over-year.
Visa reports fourth quarter earnings.
Mobile music app revenue jumped 77% in 2013.
NFL Now will provide fans with a free personalised stream of game highlights and original content.
Lenovo's handset business already grew over 90% in 2013.
Apple is experimenting with a built in TV tuner.
Amazon may have a big year in payments.
Facebook sees well over $US1 billion in mobile ad revenue.
Facebook likes increased 59% in 2013.
Google will sell Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for $US3 billion.
Internet ad spending grew much faster than all other mediums.
YouTube guns for TV dollars.
Brands are benefiting from more use of photo-based content.
Revenue from China grew about 30% in the fourth quarter.
PayPal has a huge 2013.
A potential risk for Facebook and Twitter.
Dunkin' Doughnuts rolls out a national loyalty program on its mobile app.
Venture Capital funding to Mobile companies topped $US1 billion in one quarter for the first time.
Brands responded to 41% of questions on Twitter.
Payment card penalty fees continue to drop as a result of the 2009 CARD act.
The iPhone's average selling price ticks up.
Lots of Apple news surrounding its fourth quarter earnings.
Google acquired DeepMind for a reported $US400 million.
TVs accounted for 40% of the company's revenue in the fourth quarter.
iPhone sales don't impress.
Tumblr now has almost 6 million more U.S. desktop users than Pinterest has.
Early stage startup funding increased over the last two years.
Three Bitcoin startups seek ways to secure Bitcoin for their customers.
Online video ad spend jumps to 3x its normal level for post-Super Bowl spots.
We estimate 80 million total units shipped.
Its market share is also exploding in China and Latin America.
A threat to LinkedIn's business.
A new Apple TV, Adobe invests in video, and Time Warner expands its streaming library.
Without question, Facebook offers retailers the largest stage to reach consumers. Across 19 different retail categories, U.S. brands averaged more than 746,000 Facebook fans, according to the social commerce platform 8thBridge, which analysed the social media presence of 872 top retailers. Among those retailers, mass merchants like Walmart have established […]
iPhone 5S users consumed seven-times more data than the average user.
Asia/Pacific will grow its share of payment card transactions through 2018.
The region accounted for 41% of global app revenue in December.
Big payments news on Stripe, Google, Starbucks, and Discover Financial Services.
Netlfix's subscriptions increased by over 11 million from the previous year.
Netflix still a powerhouse and TiVo shifting gears.
T-Mobile goes after retail banks.
comScore calls it the "$20 billion pot of gold at the end of the mobile advertising rainbow."
Apps will expand beyond smartphones and tablets to new devices.
We estimate that approximately 61% (or, 202 million) of LINE's registered users are active each month.
Google, BrightRoll, LiveRail and AOL led the growth of video ads in 2013.
TV is where everyone wants to be.
Tweets containing visual content tend to prompt more interaction.
Phablet shipments will grow 43% on average per year until 2018.
Barry Silbert tells BI Intelligence about the future of Bitcoin as a payments network.
Bitcoins value as a payments network is dependent on the number of people who use it.
Retailers want their products on Google+.
Android users encountered 71% of all forms of malware in 2013.
Smartphones and tablets combined for only 20% of paid search clicks a year ago.
No slowdown in sight.
Debit cards lead all other non-cash instruments.
In Europe, only 8% of Internet users are Pinterest account holders.
PayPal moves further into bricks-and-mortar stores in 2014.
Utility companies receive plenty of customer requests on Twitter.
Facebook is the most popular social network in 127 out of 137 countries.
Over one-fourth of U.S. Internet users in their thirties and forties use LinkedIn.
The proliferation of mobile wallet technologies will lead to increased adoption in the United States.
The world's biggest tech show kicks off this week from Las Vegas.
Fortumo partners with Payelp to offer carrier billing to merchants worldwide.
Xiaomi sold 19 million phones in 2013.
Google's new Google Wallet Card can be activated using the Google Wallet app.
Kakao Talk users averaged 213 minutes with the app during the week ending November 2.
More than search.
Expect the four major carriers to broadcast video and connect cars to the 4G network in 2014.
Pinterest attracts 11% more U.S. desktop users than in the previous month
Mobile will account for 20% of global online ad spend by 2018.
A black eye for e-commerce logistics.
KFC was an early adopter.
Instagram is well positioned going into 2014.
We see China Mobile selling 18 million iPhones in 2014.
More than 100 million people in the U.S. used Facebook's iOS and Android apps on average each month this year.
Ratings prompts have become what some developers feel is spammy, yet they are also the main vehicle that drives app ratings.
Since November 2012, Coca-Cola's Facebook fan base has grown 34%.
Marketers are increasingly testing the waters on fully integrated cross-screen campaigns.
Twitter is now the most important social network to teens.
Revenue generated between June and October matches revenue from all of 2012.
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