AT&T Cuts 2GB Mobile Share Prices
Samsung Delivers Ad-Free Milk Music
Merger-Deal Madness in 2014
Apple Loses on Samsung Sales Ban
Web Video Ads: Tale of Two Markets
Not content to let T-Mobile hog all the revolutionary pricing moves, AT&T is touting its “best-ever pricing” in its latest wireless plan change -- a $15 price dip in its 2GB Mobile Share Value Plan.
Whether or not consumers want another streaming radio service is irrelevant. Samsung just launched one called Milk Music, a free, no-advertising-included mobile radio play for consumers.
So far, 2014 is looking like the year of the big deal. Flush with cash and high stock prices, companies are buying up the competition at levels not seen since the dotcom bubble, and the trend should continue.
An effort by Apple to have older models of Samsung's mobile devices banned from the U.S. market has come up short, with a judge ruling that Samsung's patent infringement is not enough to warrant it.
When it comes to web video advertising, Silicon Valley technology and Hollywood-style dealmaking mix like oil and water, dividing the online video ad business into two markets: long-form and short.