This year, Google lists 10 competitors by name in its recently filed 10-K report for 2009, including social sites Facebook, Twitter, and Yelp, and specialty search engines that dive deep into a specific category, such as travel site Kayak and health inquiry site WebMD. Google sees an Internet far more crowded with competitors than just a year ago.
"technologies" tag (sorted by SiNergy)
Like settlers preparing for the Oklahoma land rush, developers are massing at the starting line of the iPad, eager to mark off territory in a market they hope will provide a new bonanza of opportunities and revenue.
Apple has told reviewers that about 1,000 new iPad-specific apps will premiere in the App Store when the device goes on sale Saturday.
Last night’s premiere of the Digital Playground Lounge, the world-renowned studio’s 3D virtual world built by Utherverse Digital, attracted 800 new members to watch the premiere of “No Love Lost” and meet contract star Raven Alexis.
Another form of media that the industry is looking into is the creation of more applications in the burgeoning IPTV market. From the small screen of an iPhone to the remote controlled WebTV that allows people to stream videos on their television, the porn industry is testing the waters to see more viable avenues for adult content.
There is another pesky worm making the rounds in Facebook and it's making a lot of people antsy. What's worse, the person who may have been doing this is working for the industry, and he is bringing down others with him.
You probably heard of the "Amp Up Before You Score"" brouhaha (and got over it).
You may also know that a lot of people were offended by it. The ad basically
features many ways for a guy to "score" with chicks. And do it in such a magnanimously
This article echoes the sentiment of content providers, not just here in our industry, when it comes to getting one's content approved in the iPhone Apps Store. Sue Denim relates how CutestGirls.com may have been a cautionary tale, but with a happy ending. But not after a three month grueling approval process.
This sounds like an urban legend but I'm reserving any more judgment. Someone (a magician, no less) has found a loophole in the iPhone apps operating system that enables webmasters to post porn apps in the iPhone.
When a link is too long for it's own sake (blame SEO), it's always handy to have one of those link shortening sites to make the URL unassuming and not tacky. Since the advent of Twitter and other social networking sites, everyone is doing it. So much so, that there is always a propensity for all kinds of abuse.