Apple to Close Quattro Wireless, RIM Looks for Its Own Ad Network
Apple’s VP of iAd (formerly Quattro’s CEO) Andy Miller sent Apple employees a memo saying that the Quattro Wireless Network will be shut down at the end of September. Apple bought Quattro, which would lead to iAd, last year for $275. Silicon Alley Insider has a look at the memo.
Meanwhile, RIM is shopping for an ad network, according to the Wall Street Journal. The publication cites the popular "people familiar with the matter".
Here’s a fun one. Have you heard/read about the movie the Last Exorcism? There’s a viral campaign utilizing ChatRoulette (it can be used for marketing!):
ZDNet reports that Windows 7 is a hit, while XP is officially in decline.
Experian Hitwise announced the launch of two major search products: SERP position data for all major search engines and search term sequencing for common sequential trends in search behavior.