mobile brands

Samsung Brings Its A-Game with Content-Heavy Galaxy Tab S

Posted by Sheila Shayon on June 13, 2014 11:02 AM

The latest tablet from Samsung just put the Apple iPad on notice. 

The super-thin, super-light Samsung Galaxy Tab S was unveiled Thursday in New York, and is bound to make a big splash in the consumer electronics market that has arguably taken a bit of downturn. Combining the best and latest technology that the mobile phone leader has to offer, the tablet boasts an adaptive display that's geared towards those who watch tons of videos.

With its focus on making great content easier to digest on-the-go, Samsung also revealed a line up of new content partnerships that will make interacting with other brands incredibly easy.Continue reading...

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Brand News: Samsung, POM, Priceline and more

Posted by Shirley Brady on June 13, 2014 09:09 AM

TOP STORIES

Samsung Galaxy Tab S, revealed last night in New York, puts Apple's iPad on notice with more colorful displays.

POM given go-ahead by US Supreme Court to sue Coca-Cola in false advertising case.

Priceline to buy OpenTable for $2.6 billion.

Tesla opens patents, meets with BMW to discuss electric vehicles.

Google reportedly preps Google Fit health data service.

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Alibaba's Tmall extends luxury offerings with L'Occitane virtual store.

Apple recalls European iPhone power adapters.

Bonnaroo festival extends brand beyond music.

Campbell's challenged on V8 juice marketing.

Cannes Lions festival gets ready with first Lions Health summit.Continue reading...

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TIME Goes Mobile, Brief in Web Overhaul

Posted by Mark J. Miller on March 6, 2014 04:44 PM

Mobile is at the heart of consumer consumption, and media brands have been listening hard. That's why news organizations like CNN and the New York Times have launched recent site redesigns optimized for mobile devices including smartphones and tablets, and now it's TIME's turn. 

In the same week that Newsweek returned (controversially) to print after going digital-only in 2012, TIME has launched an extensive overhaul of its website to optimize its content for mobile—and its ads, including hosting more videos and native ads.

“Our data suggest that nearly half of you are currently reading this on a smartphone or tablet,” TIME wrote in a blog post describing the changes. “TIME invented the news brief; the original magazine included 100 stories, none longer than 400 words. Fittingly, the centerpiece of our new home page is The Brief, a fast take on the 12 stories you need to know about right now.”Continue reading...

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In the News: Facebook, Sbarro, Walmart and more

Posted by Dale Buss on February 20, 2014 09:20 AM

In the News

Facebook sees growth anxieties drive WhatsApp purchase.

Sbarro closes 155 company-owned units.

Walmart offers weak forecast and plans to accelerate rollout of small stores.

Aereo suffers a defeat in court.

Audi gives TT Roadster a fresh look.

Budweiser unveils World Cup teaser.

ConAgra seeks to revitalize Healthy Choice brand.

Fiat gives buyers an iconic track experience.

Ford splits with TV pitchman Mike Rowe.

FCC plans to overhaul rules to rescue net neutrality. 

Gap announces voluntary minimum wage boost.Continue reading...

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In the News: AOL, IBM, McDonald's and more

Posted by Dale Buss on February 7, 2014 09:28 AM

In the News

AOL chief faces internal criticism after citing costs for staffers' "distressed babies."

IBM mulls selling chip-manufacturing operations.

McDonald's responds to gay-advocate criticism of Sochi sponsorship and opens first restaurant in Vietnam.

Aetna expects to lose money on Obamacare marketplaces.

Apple repurchases $14 billion in stock in two weeks.

Bank of America addresses credit offer to "Lisa Is A Slut McIntire."

Discovery Channel to debut late-night talk show. 

Dunkin' Donuts outlines four-prong growth plan.

Esurance gives away its $1.5 million Super Bowl savings to couple in California. 

Ferrari plans to stay in Italy.Continue reading...

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In the News: Microsoft, Google, Apple and more

Posted by Dale Buss on January 27, 2014 09:14 AM

In the News

Microsoft posts record sales as Ballmer prepares exit; competes with Amazon on cloud storage prices; admits to Syrian Electric Army email breach; and releases global study on power of technology.

Google pushes back against data localization, faces protest in San Francisco, buys artificial intelligence startup DeepMind and announces global patent agreement with Samsung.

Apple reportedly eyes mobile payments service, as hopes are high for Q1 earnings release on Monday.

AIG says it’s on offense as corp rep restored.

AT&T quashes rumors of Vodafone bid.

Accenture tries to grab STEM graduates early.

Ally Financial readies pre-IPO roadshow.Continue reading...

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In the News: Yahoo, Alibaba, McDonald's and more

Posted by Dale Buss on January 8, 2014 09:23 AM

In the News

Yahoo overhauls its advertising platforms as Mayer puts on a show at CES

Alibaba integrates its payment service with China's Sina Weibo.

McDonald's looks to use sustainable beef by 2016.

Airbus names new US chief.

Amazon makes it difficult for new hires to stick.

Barnes & Noble promotes Nook head to CEO.

Bentley sees steady luxury sales in 2014.

BlackBerry renews its vows to the smartphone keyboard.

Boeing must slash costs of building Dreamliner.

Comcast halts erosion in video subscribers.Continue reading...

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In the News: General Mills, Walmart, BlackBerry and more

Posted by Dale Buss on January 3, 2014 09:33 AM

In the News

General Mills removes GMOs from Original Cheerios.

Walmart recalls tainted donkey meat in China.

BlackBerry drops Alicia Keys as creative director.

5-Hour Energy charged to prove ad claims by Oregon AG.

American Airlines staff vote to keep new livery. 

Apple CEO Tim Cook takes pay cut for brand's performance.

AT&T goes after T-Mobile with up to $450 lure, and eyes mobile banking.

Ben & Jerry's appeals to Colorado potheads.

BMW builds bobsleds for US Olympic team.

Boeing faces key vote by machinists.

Burger King rebrands value menu.

Charlotte Hornets unveil new logo. 

Chrysler posts best annual sales in seven years as GMToyota US auto sales stall in December.Continue reading...

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