Yahoo has unveiled a new display ad unit for the Yahoo log-in page. "The new ad unit enables marketers to creatively spotlight their brands on one of the most-trafficked destinations on the Internet for the first time," a representative for Yahoo tells WebProNews.
Everyone who intends to watch President Obama speak about the Gulf oil spill on TV tonight may also want to be near a computer monitor 15 minutes later. White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs has said he’ll answer user-submitted questions on YouTube in front of what has the potential to be a more global audience.
iPad owners who are looking for a surefire way to draw more attention to their big, shiny screens should proceed straight to the iTunes store and download Google’s latest offering. The company’s made Google Earth, which has been a popular sort of eye candy for years, available for the iPad.
This represents a quick turnaround on Google’s part, considering that Google Earth 5.2 was just launched yesterday. The search giant didn’t cut any corners, though, as Peter Birch, a product manager, was sure to explain.
Google has posted a new video showing off Google TV. Those who watched the keynote at Google I/O won’t see much new here, but it does show some of the different things you can do with it that previous videos didn’t show. It shows actual footage, rather than animation, anyway.