"Nielsen is unveiling the first results from a new service that can track what videogames users are playing, on which devices and when. It could provide data to help game publishers sell ads within the action of their games."
"We at Digg couldn't think of a better partner to get to where we need to go," said Jay Adelson, the company's chief executive officer. "They're a young ad service, they're innovative, they're willing to work with us on the cutting edge."
"The media giant's stock has outperformed the market since AOL's strategy was revised last year to make it mostly free and supported by advertising. An AOL sale or spinoff is seen as unlikely anytime soon."
"Mark Cuban now says: "The Internet's dead. It's over." Cuban asserts that cable and satellite have become superior to the Internet as platforms for interactive services. In effect, he says, cable networks are "intranets."
Sprint Nextel said on Thursday it would develop with Google a new mobile Internet portal using WiMax wireless technology to offer Web search and social networking.