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The social media sphere, friends, followers and fans were sitting today on pins and needles – awaiting Facebook’s announcements on “What will be changing?
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A couple of tweets, discovered well after we all learned that Whitney Houston had died Saturday, illustrate a challenge journalists face in a breaking news situation.
The New York Giants official website accidentally announced the winner of Super Bowl XLVI more than 24 hours before Sunday's big game even started, by the look of images floating around the web.
It’s never been easier to get your pigskin fix on the internet than Super Bowl XLVI. The NFL’s biggest sporting event, airing Sunday at 6:30 p.m.
Even in the richest countries on the planet such as the U.S., not everyone has easy access to this cornucopia of connectivity, the Internet. The Internet is a tremendous growth engine, responsible for 21% of economic growth in the more advanced countries in the world, according to a McKinsey study .
Facebook has filed its IPO paperwork and the S-1 statement contains an utterly dizzying amount of statistics. The numbers provide a glimpse into Facebook’s stunning growth since its founding in 2004, with a particular emphasis on what’s been happening over the past three years.
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Pinterest , a two-year-old social bookmarking site that lets users collect and share things they like on the web, is driving increasingly significant amounts of traffic to retailers' websites.
The New York Giants and New England Patriots face off for gridiron glory this Sunday in Super Bowl XLVI . But the game's real winners could be social networks and mobile technologies — as well as the marketers who best leverage those platforms. A look back at how fans engaged with last year's game provides an interesting insight into the huge role that social and mobile now play in people's Super Bowl experience.
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More than half of adult cell phone owners used their cell phones while they were in a store during the 2011 holiday season to seek help with purchasing decisions. During a 30 day period before and after Christmas:
Apple 's blowout first quarter was notable for many reasons, not least of which was the company's record revenues of $46.3 billion.