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One Year Later: Bing Buzzed, but Didn’t Bother Google

It’s been a year since Microsoft unveiled its new “Decision Engine,” Bing, amid a flurry of hype and speculation. Microsoft said the new engine was developed to help searchers navigate more easily through information online – an objective perhaps most vividly captured in the company’s slew of commercials poking fun at “search overload.” Bing, which […]

Digital News Roundup: June 10, 2010

It’s Thursday and we’re bringing you the digital week in review. Catch up on the biggest headlines in our recap below, and follow us on Twitter for insights all week long. Jobs: Apple Has Inked More than $60MM in iAd Commitments for 2010 At Apple’s Worldwide Developers conference earlier this week, Steve Jobs announced that […]

360i, Universal Studios Home Entertainment Pick Up Two Communicator Awards

We’re proud to announce that 360i and Universal Studios Home Entertainment have been honored with two Awards of Distinction at the 16th Annual Communicator Awards. In the Public Relations category, 360i and Universal Studios Home Entertainment won an award for a Digital Word of Mouth campaign to drive awareness of its “Curious George: A Very […]

Social Media Insider: Connecting Roots And Branches

Image by Angus_Clyne via Flickr Some people compete around badges and mayorships (Foursquare), connections and testimonials (LinkedIn), followers and list appearances (Twitter), and gang members and farm acreage (Zynga). Lately, I’ve found a new addiction: racking up profiles added and managed (Geni). Geni, one of the leading genealogy sites, tells me I’ve added 334 relatives […]

Digital News Roundup: June 3, 2010

Switching things up a bit, we’re going to start publishing our weekly recaps on Thursday afternoons so you can get your fix of digital news a day early — before the Friday brain fog sets in. This week’s top items include the release of our new mobile marketing report (the first of a summer-long series), […]