Sorry Angry Birders: If you were anxiously awaiting the release of Angry Birds for Windows Phone 7 you will now have to wait a little longer. The new release date is June 29. Hang tight. All Things D
New Deal: Virgin Mobile adds and drops different Broadband2Go plans pretty frequently. Here’s the newest one: $20 a month for 500 MB. Get it while it lasts. TechCrunch
Security Crackdown: With the increasing concern about smartphone security, there are a lot of new business opportunities in the mobile security market for both traditional antivirus and software companies along with mobile carriers and makers. HuffPo
RIM in Ruins?: Looks like Google’s Android devices and Apple’s iPhone are kicking RIM’s butt. RIM hasn’t sold this few BlackBerry models in the U.S. sine 2007. Uh oh. Business Insider
Why PMG’s Nike win doesn’t seem all that unusual for the indie media agency
The Texas-based independent agency continues to grow its roster of clients after landing Nike's media AOR business for North America.
Media Briefing: Publishers see a bump in commerce sales during Black Friday weekend despite economic downturn
Publishers' commerce businesses show positive signs that consumers are still shopping despite the economic downturn.
CNBC to test increases on its subscription prices next year
After seeing continued subscriber growth to its two products, CNBC will begin testing price increases next year.
SponsoredPublishers are adapting advertising strategies for a privacy-first world
Tina Iannacchino, senior publisher director, Seedtag So much of the attention around the death of third-party cookies and its impact on the digital advertising industry is focused on the implications for brands and consumers, which is far from the complete picture. The digital publishing industry in the U.S. is massive and set to be shaken […]
How Apartment Therapy’s Riva Syrop is pivoting its events business around the economic climate
Apartment Therapy's event strategy closely revolves around its commerce business to appease both advertisers and consumers.
Experts tip in-house operations and retail media as the most fertile landscape for new job market entrants
Although 'readjustment' and 'flexibility' will be required from those laid off by Big Tech.