Google Glass users and developers will have to wait until next year for Google to launch a dedicated app store for the device. A Google spokesperson confirmed that plan for us today, after it was reported over the weekend in a lengthy first-person Glass user essay in the New York Times. Earlier… Please visit Marketing […]
Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. From Marketing Land: Google Glass App Store Coming In 2014 Google Glass users and developers will have to wait until next year for Google to launch a dedicated app… Please visit Marketing Land […]
KitKat — the candy bar — is really getting behind its cross-promotion with the latest version of Android 4.4, which has been named “Android KitKat.” Kit Kat has announced its own Kit Kat 4.4, a candy bar positioned as if it were a smartphone, in a parody ad and in a site… Please visit Marketing […]
Google’s display advertising product management director is jumping to Twitter, according to All Things D. Christian Oestlien is reportedly being tapped to head up international growth for Twitter. He’ll take the role of senior director of growth and international and report to Twitter… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Frank Speiser says he “accidentally” co-founded SocialFlow — he and co-founder Mike Perrone were trying to develop a scientific way to grow their podcast’s audience. But what started as an accident has become one of tech’s most exciting startup stories, with a product utilized by some of the biggest names in media and consumer goods, […]
Microsoft has gone ahead and made it official by slipping a $7.2 billion ring on Nokia’s finger to acquire the Finnish company’s phone business. The deal, which had been rumored for some time, puts that last big piece into place for Microsoft to have end-to-end control over the Windows Phone ecosystem. In essence, Microsoft has […]
Nokia’s share of the smartphone market has been in rapid decline for several years. While at the start of 2010 nearly 40% of smartphone owners used Nokia devices, the company’s market share has plummeted to below 5%. A full 20% of Nokia’s market share decline occurred after the Feb. 11, 2011, announcement that the company […]
A subsidiary of women’s apparel maker Aero signs a contract with TGW.