InfoWorld – DoubleClick is expanding its advertising services for mobile phones, it announced Monday, as it continues waiting to find out if Google's attempt to buy it will pass muster with regulators.
Archive for September 24th, 2007
Reuters – Blyk, the world's first fully advertising-funded mobile telecoms operator, launched in Britain on Monday in what is seen as a major test of the potential of advertising on mobile phones.
NewsFactor – You might be what you drive, what you eat, and, if Samsung and Armani have their way, what you dial. Italian designer Giorgio Armani has teamed up with Samsung to design a series of consumer electronics devices, beginning with a mobile phone.
Canadian Press – LOS ANGELES – The social networking website MySpace is launching a free, advertising-supported cell phone version Monday as part of a wider bid by parent News Corp. to attract advertising for mobile websites.
NewsFactor – MySpace is moving into new territory. On Monday, the Fox Interactive Media property announced it would launch a series of new, ad-supported mobile Web sites targeting mobile device users.
Reuters – Europeans' interest in watching mobile television is as tiny as cellphone screens, a new study showed on Monday, even though the industry has been buzzing about offering TV on handsets for years.