comScore Launches Extended Web Measurement
comScore says it has found a solution to an increasingly challenging proposition in the digital media business--how do you track the audience for content that travels all over the Internet?
Online Retail Traffic Down for Eighth Consecutive Week in the US
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Yoono Announces Support For IE, New Services
Google Now Indexes Scanned Documents
Google has announced that it will now begin including scanned documents in its search results - a feat that requires an immense amount of processing power and advanced image recognition technology. Unlike standard text documents, scanned files don't contain any text data that Google's spiders can index. Instead, Google has employed Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology, converting photos of words into digital text files.
Justice Department approves Verizon-Alltel deal
Microsoft Document Editor Coming To The iPhone
The latest video market share figures for September from Nielsen Online's VideoCensus have been leaked to Beet.TV, and they show a huge 56 percent jump from Yahoo to 264 million videos streamed during the month. Yahoo's share still pales next to YouTube's 5.3 billion streams. But it pumped out 95 million more streams than in August, when Yahoo was trailing Fox (i.e., MySpace), MSN, and Nickelodeon, according to Nielsen Online. And Yahoo attracted 10 million more individual viewers online, to 29.9 million. (Compare to comScore's Video Metrix numbers from July, which had Yahoo in the fourth spot).