Topspin, which handled the recent direct-to-fan marketing for the David Byrne/Brian Eno record, demonstrated its new platform at SXSW, and it's pretty impressive.
An executive with Samsung's US mobile business tells CNET the company plans to "go big" with marketing.
Chief Marketing Officer Frank Boulben is trying to re-energize the brand by focusing on the BlackBerry name, eschewing old standbys like Bold and Curve.
Check out our new studio on today's show! We also discuss "ping marketing," father/son space launches, and Sprint's 4G rollout dates.
Justin confesses a horrible personal secret on today's episode, but we also discuss the Google movie, ChatRoulette marketing for "The Last Exorcism," and a King Bowser turtle skeleton!
Sponsored content will pop up in BBM Channels, but BlackBerry says it won't interfere with actual chats.
Wildly popular Facebook application is in hot water for similarity to classic board game. But could it be a marketing treasure trove for Scrabble's trademark holders?
BitTorrent inches forward with a self-service format for its content system Bundle, as entertainers help support the system that will eventually offer paid torrents.
Is Microsoft unveiling details about the next-gen Xbox through an Internet viral marketing campaign?
A purpose-altering feature shows how the infant company might actually be ready to stand up and start walking around like a real business.