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There's always speculation someone will buy twitter and this week was no different. There was, however, anew rumor about twitter - that it is about to launch an algorithmic based timeline (similar to Facebook). This was rumor was shutdown as false over the weekend by their CEO (via a tweet). But not before the #RIPtwitter hashtag started trending. Meanwhile. Yahoo! finally confirmed after several months of rumors that they are looking for strategic alternatives (i.e. sale). While everyone was reacting to the twitter and Yahoo! news, Google and Facebook had one of the more interesting market announcements the week. Both Google and Facebook ...Read More
What an exciting week it has been, with UM declared AdAge's 2016 Agency of the Year and the team also winning the Sony Pictures US pitch. On the media partner front, twitter lost senior execs and there's rumors Google is going to get into consumer VR based on some recent job postings. The FCC also moved another step closer to unbundling cable boxes - great news for OTT offerings like Netflix.HBO Go. and Amazon Video (and even device makers like Roku) ...Read More
CES for 2016 has wrapped up. My CES favorite this year was the Owlet Smart Sock (no joke). This smart sock is for babies (well their parents), connects to your smartphone, and lets your know if your child's oxygen falls below a certain level and sends an alarm to your smartphone. At $249, the Owlet is not cheap but for parents, well if it delivers safety, peace of mind and ability to get a good nights sleep - it's priceless. The other stand out comes indirectly from Under Armour and not their $400 HealthBox wearable. It was the announcement that Under ...Read More