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Fire TV: Amazon’s Television Set-Top Box Revealed | TIME.com

Fire TV: Amazon’s Television Set-Top Box Revealed | TIME.com. The online giant’s small television set-top box, which costs $99 and begins shipping today, will stream movies, TV shows and music from users’ Amazon libraries, services like Netflix and Hulu, and

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The Next Big Ad War: Netflix vs. Hulu vs. Amazon | Viewpoint: Editorial – Advertising Age

The Next Big Ad War: Netflix vs. Hulu vs. Amazon | Viewpoint: Editorial – Advertising Age. BRAD ADGATE We’ve had beer wars, cola wars and, for those who remember, the legendary Macy’s versus Gimbels rivalry. Right now cellphone marketers are

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How Hulu Bid Could Lead Apple, Google, or Yahoo to Dominance – International Business Times

July 23, 2011 3:02 PM EDT Each tech giant has their case for obtaining Hulu in leading its company toward dominance on the web. Apple seeks interest in possibly jumpstarting their Apple TV services. Google may have a similar case

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U.S. Internet Piracy Is on the Decline [STATS]

U.S. Internet Piracy Is on the Decline [STATS]. Internet piracy is on the decline in the U.S., according to new research from NPD Group. The percentage of the U.S. Internet population using a P2P file-sharing service to download music has

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  • Inflation in Ireland: Higher Food Prices Could Mean Fewer Indulgences December 30, 2013
  • Selling Online, Promoting Offline in Italy December 26, 2013
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  • Article: Germany's Teens and Digital Media: The Past 15 Years April 24, 2014
    A long-running study of teens’ media habits in Germany points at dramatic changes since 1998. In just a few years, the internet has grown from niche to mainstream, transforming media behavior.
  • Article: Augmented Reality Most Helpful Tool for CPG Shoppers April 24, 2014
    Few consumers use augmented reality tools when shopping for consumer packaged goods (CPG) via mobile, but those who do are finding them more useful than more popular tools such as mobile apps and websites. In fact, while sites are among the most-used CPG mobile shopping tools, few say they’re helpful.
  • Article: Consumers Frustrated by Stalling Mobile Video Ads April 24, 2014
    People are not too crazy about mobile video ads, according to a new eMarketer report, and data usage and stalling are among the top annoyances. To counter these issues, users are connecting with Wi-Fi when watching mobile video—and marketers should take note.
  • Article: In Brazil, Internet Claims Largest Share of Daily Time Spent with Media April 24, 2014
    Brazil’s consumers spend more time with the internet than any other medium each day. However, internet penetration in the country is still low compared with more developed nations, and residents are more likely to turn on the TV than log online on a daily basis.
  • Article: Women Account for Nearly Half of UK Mobile Gamers April 23, 2014
    Women in the UK are becoming more digitally enabled, according to a new eMarketer report. Gaming is one area where there has been a particular surge in interest, and female mobile gamers are very much on par with their male counterparts. On top of that, they’re more likely than men to play games on tablets.
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