Netflix claims the London Olympics is the reason for their massive 25% drop in streaming since the games started. Does this just signal a new permanent trend and how can businesses avoid punches like these in the future?
As Custom Toll Free predicted last week new leaks report an official iPhone 5 launch announcement in the next few weeks, though marketers may be wise to tweak their strategies in order to stay on top through 2013…
Fox News reported yesterday that an official iPhone 5, iPad mini, iPod nano and final version of iOS 6 announcement is expected on September 12th, with an actual launch on September 21st.
If even the largest tech giants can fail horribly with the launch of their products and services how can smaller players ensure the success of theirs?
According to one tech blog this week, four of the biggest technology failures of all time include:
You don't have to be a "tree hugger" to recognize that being green is rapidly becoming an important, distinguishing factor in businesses. This will determine which are going to stay on top and those which are going to flop. So is your organization doing enough to stay in the lead and keep the green flowing?
Just look at Apple. Despite being the tech giant, local California governments recently announced it will no longer be acquiring Apple products because they do not meet EPEAT requirements. That's a huge hit no matter how large your revenues and certainly does nothing for brand image.
Could the world's favorite Internet phone service Skype become disconnected and what does that mean for the thousands of small businesses and entrepreneurs who rely on it every day?
A PC Mag columnist raised the alarm this week, speculating that Skype could be the next victim of Microsoft's strategy of buying and leaving companies for dead, following the firm's $6.3 billion squandered on aQuantitive.
Amazon is rumored to be planning its own iPhone rival potentially boosting Android market share much to the delight of Google addicted entrepreneurs.
Following on from the huge success of the Kindle Fire sources are leaking a variety of details about a potential iPhone rival from the world's number one online bookstore, including working with iPhone maker Foxconn.
It seems Facebook isn't the only one Apple has been collaborating with…
Google's Chrome browser is now on the iPhone bringing new functionality which is going to push market saturation of Apple's revolutionary device even further and enable Google to develop deeper loyalty with entrepreneurs.
Will more Facebook integrated iPhones in the hands of consumers be the turn around the social network needs and enable more efficient marketing on the platform?
Virgin Mobile has announced the roll out of a prepaid, no-contract iPhone line up later this month, following on the lead by Leap Wireless. While the initial outlay may be too much for some at $400 to $649 for the phone, significant overall savings and another alternative for AT&T haters could seriously boost market penetration.
Verizon Wireless announces new Share Everything plan for mobile customers but is this the best move for mobile marketing?
Verizon dumped its unlimited data plans last year and has been throttling the usage of those who have remained grandfathered in. Vice President of the phone company Tami Erwin says, Share Everything Plans are the new standard for wireless service but is that a good thing?