India's new government has ambitious plans for urban regeneration. In its first budget, unveiled last month, it announced plans to spend $1.13bn (£690m) on building 100 "smart cities". Prime Minister Modi's
Ginger Software, an Israeli startup that focuses on ‘language enhancement software’, has released mobile, Windows and Web apps designed to make it easier to write English correctly. Available today, the
Sunrise updated its beautiful calendar app today with seamless integration for your Evernote, Songkick, TripIt, GitHub and Asana accounts. If you’re already using these services, it means any time-sensitive
socialmediaexaminer.com - Ben oversees new media marketing at Action Packed Media, a boutique managed service agency based in Israel. Action Packed Media also offer subscription-based email marketing solutions via ManagedForMimi.com.
Precious metals experienced a wave of selling this past week as bullish investors shunned safe haven assets and bid U.S. equities to all-time highs. Expectations of stimulative action by the European Bank
Those of you who are seeking investing enlightenment are not going to find much of it on the web. I suggest you log off, power down your computer, and read some books. Take your time. The months you spend
James Gill, CEO at GoSquared, discusses competition for mobile payments as Facebook and Apple move into the space James Gill, CEO of analytics platform GoSquared believes Facebook is in a "great position"
You’ll soon be seeing mobile ads from Google that can take you directly into an app. These ads will appear in Google’s mobile search, on YouTube, and on third-party websites that use Google’s ad network.
Google Trends, the informative resource that shows you what’s currently popular around the web right now in and in the recent past, now offers email subscriptions, Google announced this morning. The new
Banner ads are the most ubiquitous form of marketing on the Internet. Since the days of Geocities and MySpace, banner ads have peppered the World Wide Web, advertising everything from free iPads to flash
The two companies dominate digital advertising in a way even TV's oligopolists would envy Two remarkable images from the Wall Street Journal: First, take a look at the future of American advertising. and
This week’s announcement of Android Wear by Google has felt like a shot in the arm for the smartwatch industry. Short of Apple’s mythical iWatch appearing on a wrist near you, the entrance of Google into
Audience ratings have collapsed: Aside from a brief respite during the Olympics, there has been only negative ratings growth on broadcast and cable TV since September 2011, according to Citi Research.
Multichannel wants to help marketers fully automate their online advertising so they can focus on developing campaigns instead of staring at software dashboards all day. Based in Hong Kong and the U.S.,