DROID ULTRA, the MAXX with the promise of 48 hours of battery life, and the small yet powerful DROID Mini. They're officially on the shelves today and now Verizon's started rolling out some clever video ad spots.
Google Maps. While this may sound like a terrible move for the average user, it may actually be the opposite. To begin with, these advertisements are based on your search queries. They are also going to be returning results that are local to your location.
Motorola released a number of ads that demonstrate what it really means to have a Moto X.
took to Twitter and other social sites to share the news that their ad-blocker applications on the Play Store have been removed. Things like AdBlock Plus, Adaway, Adfree Android and many others have all been removed today for violating the Terms of Service. Google's cracking down and hitting that old 'remove' switch this afternoon.
published report from Opera Mediaworks is showing record growth in mobile advertising as well as Android being on the rise. The report is showing information from Q4 2012 and taking the data from an advertising platform that is currently serving up more than 50 billion ad impressions per month across a network of 12,000 mobile sites and apps.
HTC has been struggling a bit of lately, but the company has just signed a new partnership deal that's bound to bring in at least a few new customers. HTC has signed a three-year partnership deal with the Union of European Football Associations, making HTC "the official phone and tablet" of the UEFA. This partnership is schedule to run until the end of the 2014/2015 season.
text messaging" services. Perhaps that's why companies will resort to some shady tactics to get mobile phone users to sign up? That's what app developer GoLive Mobile and ad agency Airpush are accused of doing in a class action lawsuit headed up by Colorado law firm Edelson and McGuire, PCWorld reports.
Verizon Wireless today. This week the carrier will be starting their new program called "Verizon Selects" and you'll want to be on the lookout for the email or text from Big Red. This is essentially Verizon's new mobile advertising plan but you'll want to read on for the full details and see if you'd like to opt-in, or opt-out. I'll go for the latter.