Its Wednesday on Tech Juice at TigerDirect TV. Yendi speaks of Adidas’ “MiCoach” (no pun intended) and Zuckerberg may be a victim of his own success! Tigerdirect’s Deal of the day is wicked Corsair DDR3 RAM!
In a week that saw Yahoo stave off Microsoft’s advance, Yahoo themselves went shopping. They obviously found something they liked, and they paid $160 million to acquire Maven Networks, a web company that markets a management package that tracks and manages advertisements in online videos. So we’d guess that we’re in for more commercials on the web….
When two gigantic beasts collide, expect aftershocks. The European Parliament was thrown into chaos on Monday when media giant Google castigated the EU body for urging rival companies to intervene in the personal data handling regulatory process following the search engine’s takeover of its former competitor DoubleClick. More Â»
Google is expanding its already far reaching clutches intoÂ other advertising.Â Google Inc. has started testing a radio advertising service that represents the Internet search leader’s attempts at expanding its financial clout beyond the Web.Â Announcing Thursday that it will help sell advertising on more than 700 radio stations in more than 200 U.S. metropolitan markets, […]