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The domain ending “.hiv” will be the digital Red Ribbon. See it on Google’s Think Insights.
Prepare to be amazed by business critical data! Join us for a live demo of our newly released Google Databoard. The Databoard is a brand new initiative that allows marketers to display data and insights in a beautiful way while making it easy for viewers to explore, extract, and share. In addition to sharing the […]
The digital and social revolution has empowered consumers with technology, which has given them access to all the information in the world. Consumers now have a powerful voice: what matters most today isn’t what you say about your brand–it’s what consumers say about it. Brands can influence that conversation, but they can’t control it. This […]
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After being acquired by Facebook, the mobile back-end service Parse has been busy integrating itself into the company, as well as launching new services like web hosting for developers. The service has built tools to help developers focus on the front-end of their product, while handling all of the messy back-end things like cross-platform compatibility […]
It was just two weeks ago that fast-growing enterprise cloud storage company, Box, went out and acquired document embedding service and Y Combinator grad, Crocodoc. Apparently Aaron Levie sees what Yahoo is doing and he wants to show that Box is ready to do a little acquiring of its own. Today, Box followed up with […]
Video ad network Tremor Video has filed for its long-awaited public offering. The company’s shares will trade on the NYSE at TRMR and it wants to raise at least $86 million. Tremor Video, which runs ads on more than 500 Web sites and mobile apps, disclosed in its S-1 filing that from 2011 to 2012 […]