Twitter announced its financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2015. The micro blogging site reported that the revenue was $436 million in Q1, an increase of 74 percent on a year-over-year basis however, well below estimates of $456 million.
In a bid to expand its reach in mobile advertising, Twitter has acquired native ad firm Namo Media. The actual deal amount is not disclosed by the either of the company but Tech Crunch touts that it is around $50 million. As a result of the acquisition, Namo Media will close down its operations and integrate into Twitter’s MoPub platform. Continue reading “Twitter scoops up native ad platform Namo Media”
Samsung has never failed to create hype around a product and the Galaxy S5 was no exception. Ahead of the launch, Samsung Galaxy S5 was expected to sport a QHD display, but things did not go as rumored and Galaxy S5 came with a 1080p Full HD display. Samsung has managed to market it very well to the people and the latest deal with Heathrow airport is an icing on the cake.
Out of the blue, Google have announced the codename for the next version of their Android operating system. The next sweet Google update is called Android 4.4 KitKat. The next update has been just named and no other details have been revealed, but that isn’t the real story here, it’s the name. Google and Nestle are now in a bizarre tie-up to promote Android KitKat. Watch the hilarious parody promo video from KitKat –