Two recent studies have shown that young mothers spend more time on mobile devices than any other segment of the population.
Google lost marketshare this month, but it wasn't Microsoft that made the gains.
Google continues to control consumer search, even while Microsoft makes slow progress, but for now, not much changes when it comes to search engine marketshare numbers.
Verizon Wireless inked an exclusive content distribution agreement to preload the AOL.com mobile Web portal across its Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone smartphones and selected tablets.
about.me, which offers a simple way to create a one page biography about yourself, was sold to AOL just months after launching in 2010. This week, it announced it was once again an independent company.
While Google lost a modest.3 points in the latest, comScore numbers, Bing, Yahoo and AOL split the loss equally with a gain of.1 each.
The Wall Street Journal's John Bussey moderated a task-force comprised of Tim Armstrong, chairman and CEO of AOL Inc.. Dominic Barton, global managing director at McKinsey & Co., and R. Marcelo Claure, chairman, president and CEO of Brightstar Corp.
AOL is re-launching its Games.com site with support for cross-device functionality, leveraging Web technologies like HTML5 to promise users consistent gameplay experiences across smartphones, tablets...
AOL is launching Entrance, a new mobile entertainment hub built for Nokia Lumia smartphones running Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system.
No surprise, Google continued to dominate comScore's search engine market share, but there was one surprising data point from Ask.com.