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  1. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    Hollywood sign in Los Angeles, California Still have your dusty old Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in the back of your closet or up in your attic? For Google, April Fools' Day is the annual launch day for a slew of gag products and hoax...

  2. SOPA, PIPA On Hold, But a New Threat on Horizon

    Indeed, it will be interesting to see just who lawmakers are willing to work with and which perspectives they entertain in reworking PIPA s Julian Sanchez(former Ars Technica Washington Editor), believe the piracy problem has been artificially...

  3. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    Whether it’s called SOPA, PIPA, OPEN Act, or some other acronym, the U.S.government, driven by pressure largely out of Hollywood, is determined to put piracy safeguards in place. Sounds pretty harsh against the entertainment industry and big media...

  4. Online Video Trends in 2011: From YouTube Mobile to Major Redesign

    On May 9, YouTube announced that 3,000 of full-length feature films from major Hollywood studios were available to rent in the US at YouTube announced that even more talented creators and original entertainment will soon join...

  5. Should Local Marketers Get Twitterpated?

    With the recent public discussion and usage by Hollywood stars (e.g. A non-scientific review of tweets showed that users are providing information and advice (reviews) on restaurants and entertainment topics such as movies, clubs, and music.

  6. Social Media Madness - The Final Four

    Coach: PayPal co-founder David Sacks, West Hollywood, California; originally built as an internal tool for Geni -- it was so effective that they made it public in 2008. Key losses: Hulu and others will prove to be stiff competition in the future as...

  7. GenieKnows Its Verticals

    Over the past five years, the video gaming industry has grown larger than the Hollywood movie industry. With higher revenues and a larger employee base, the video games now make up the number one entertainment industry in the world.