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Hulu CEO Jason Kilar Stuns with Unexpected Resignation

Published on January 5th, 2013 by admin in Mobile

Without providing anything remotely close to an explanation, Jason Kilar, a former Amazon executive who rose to prominence as Hulu CEO, has announced his startling resignation from the company. Kilar broke the news to his colleagues today in an all-hands staff meeting via video conference. He subsequently confirmed the news to the masses in a

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U.S. Department of Defense Secures Deal with Microsoft

Published on January 5th, 2013 by admin in Mobile

The United States Department of Defense is securing its staff with Microsoft’s Windows 8, Office 2013, and SharePoint 2013 Enterprise. Although Windows 8 hasn’t exactly become the biggest hit with consumers yet, The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is already signing up 75 percent of all DoD personnel. From the official announcement: In an effort

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What’s on Your 2013 Mobile Marketing Wish List?

Published on January 3rd, 2013 by admin in Mobile

Think about the marketing potential of a dedicated social media specialist working 24/7 to tweet, post, and “socialize” your brand from sunrise to sunset. Sure would be nice to have, right? Or what about adding a new technology into the mix? Perhaps something as simple as a computer upgrade? Mobile marketers have no shortage of

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News Corp. Plans To End ‘The Daily’

Published on December 4th, 2012 by admin in Mobile

Not even two years have passed since News Corp. hailed the launch of its iPad-exclusive digital news journal The Daily. But in less than two weeks, The Daily will come to an end. The media giant announced Monday that the final issue will arrive December 15, although the brand will be perpetuated throughout other company

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Apple Pulls Plug on Prostitution Results for Chinese Siri Users

Published on November 1st, 2012 by admin in Mobile

Siri can help you find just about anything… and we mean anything. As a result, Apple found itself in a bit of a predicament recently. Based on user feedback and complains from inside of mobile’s most populous community, prostitution services are getting past Siri’s results filter when users seek information on where to find a

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Police Chief Could Lose Job After Spam Filter Fail

Oakland’s police chief could lose his job after he missed a slew of important emails after setting his spam filter to reject messages with terms including “Occupy Oakland” and “police brutality.” Police Chief Howard Jordan had city staff put the email filters in place last October after a spate of violence following a police raid

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How to Get Google to Train Your Entire Staff on Google Analytics—for FREE

Published on October 4th, 2012 by admin in SEO

Since we work every day in this industry, it’s easy to think there’s not much we haven’t seen before. But in reality, there’s tons we haven’t seen before. A few months ago, I came across a site where someone displayed a badge saying his agency was a certified partner in Google Analytics—by Google itself. I’ve

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Ryan Seacrest, Etsy Among First to Update Twitter Profiles [PICS]

Twitter announced a new look for profile pages on NBC’s Today Tuesday and many users have already begun the process of updating their profiles. Today and its staff were among the first to update their pages, followed by Twitter and some of its employees.  Others brands and individuals have started to make the changes as

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YouTube, Religious Tolerance, and Internet Freedom

Published on September 14th, 2012 by admin in SEO

The highly prized freedom of speech came with the cost of an American Ambassador’s life. On Monday night, Muslim radicals attacked the United States Consulate in Benghazi, Libya and killed U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three members of the State Department staff. Subsequent investigation of the incident has uncovered that the coordinated attack was

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YouTube Video Sparks Violence in Libya, US Ambassador Killed

The United States ambassador to Libya, J. Christopher Stevens, was killed along with three staff members in an overnight attack against the American Consolate in Benghazi. The attack was apparently sparked by outrage over an anti-Islamic video recently posted to YouTube. The clip that sparked the controversy is a nearly 14-minute-long trailer for a film

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