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  1. Mobile Now Exceeds PC: The Biggest Shift Since the Internet Began

    Mobile is preferred over the PC for executives conducting research during and after office hours, according to the IDG Global Mobile Survey 2014.percent of executives own a smartphone used for business.percent of executives use their smartphone to...

  2. Sneak previews of Online Marketing Summit 2010 and SES San Diego

    This includes: Tony Uphoff, CEO of Techweb (Web 2.0 Summit, Internet Week), Matthew Yorke, President of Strategic Marketing Services at IDG Communications, Jennifer Van Grove, Associate Editor at Mashable, Matt McGowan, VP and Publisher at...

  3. Marchex Consolidates Ad Platforms

    IDG – Publishers of PC World, CIO Magazine and Macworld Marchex has announced the consolidation of its local ad platforms into one solution which is being called Adhere. The new platform will offer CPC ads on 200 partner sites as well as Marchex's...

  4. Google Adding Copyright Filters To YouTube

    We hope to have the testing completed and technology available by some time in the fall, but this is one of the most technologically complicated tasks that we have ever undertaken, and as always with cutting-edge technologies, it's difficult to...

  5. Yahoo Fellowships For Repressed Journalists, While Chinese Journalist Might Sue Them

    Jailed Chinese journalist to file US suit versus Yahoo from IDG News Service covers how a Chinese journalist jailed after Yahoo is said to have handed over incriminating email to the Chinese authorities plans to file suit against the company in...

  6. Pricing Models for the Small SEM Shop

    Google, UC disclose book-scan terms, IDG What kind of contracts do you need to protect your business? A group of experienced search marketers offer advice.A special report from the Search Engine Strategies conference, August 7-10, 2006, San Jose...

  7. Daily SearchCast, July 18, 2006: Google Maps Jump Into Regular Google; Avast Ye Click Pirates; Google: "We Are Idiots;" Yahoo's New Home Page, Finance & More!

    Despite suit, Google News still indexing AFP content" from IDG News Service covers Agence France Press content still appearing in Google News after the company said last year that it would no longer carry AFP content, following a copyright...