Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
Groupon IPO Shares Pop 40% On First Trade, Debuts At $28 With A $17.8B Market Cap — After some timing drama, daily deal site Groupon finally has begun trading on the NASDAQ this morning, in the most hotly anticipated and largest Internet company IPO since Google.
Discussion: Business Insider, DealBook, Business Insider, GeekWire, VentureBeat, Epicenter, @ajkeen, @pkafka, @erickschonfeld, @alexia, AllThingsD, Reuters, Reuters, ReadWriteWeb and Fortune
Henry Blodget / Business Insider: Enjoy The Ride, Groupon Investors, I'm Outta Here!!
Evelyn M. Rusli / DealBook: Groupon Shares Jump 40%, to Open at $28
Jay Yarow / Business Insider: GROUPON STARTS TRADING AT $28
Todd Bishop / GeekWire: Groupon IPO: Is this the next Amazon.com or Pets.com?
Chikodi Chima / VentureBeat: Groupon's best deal yet: stock jumps 40% to $28 in IPO
Andrew Keen / @ajkeen: Groupon + Greece = RT @gmanolatos: Greekon.
Peter Kafka / @pkafka: Obama insists on stepping in front of camera during GROUPON IPO. Like he's the President or something.
Erick Schonfeld / @erickschonfeld: Is the GRPN pop already over? Stock is slipping to $26. Lay your bets on where it will end the day
Alexia Tsotsis / @alexia: Never, in my art student days, did I think I'd be waking up at 6am to cover an IPO. Didn't even know what an IPO was http://t.co/QaSOK6AV
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD: And They're Off! Groupon IPOs With a Pop.
Alicia Eler / ReadWriteWeb: Groupon IPO Prices Shares at $20
Dan Primack / Fortune: No discount: Groupon prices IPO
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines Blog:
Groupon's IPO: The numbers to know
Groupon's IPO: The numbers to know
Discussion: Business Wire, Digital Trends, Groublogpon and DealBook
Evelyn M. Rusli / DealBook: In an I.P.O., a Clamor for Groupon's Deal
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Exclusive: Groupon Prices at $20 a Share; More Than 10x Oversubscribed, So It Adds 5M More Shares
Exclusive: Groupon Prices at $20 a Share; More Than 10x Oversubscribed, So It Adds 5M More Shares
Discussion: CNET News, GigaOM, VatorNews, The Register, Digital Trends, The Atlantic Online, Fortune, Guardian, Business Insider, Gawker, Mobile Entertainment, Marketing Pilgrim, paidContent:UK, New Media Age, @emilychangtv, Computerworld, VentureBeat, GigaOM, WebProNews, Pulse2, @sjcobrien, Between the Lines Blog, TechCrunch, @danprimack, Social Markets, Business Insider, NBC Bay Area, Tech and China and Betabeat
Don Reisinger / CNET News: Groupon shares soar in early trading
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM: All the Groupon IPO really proves is that the bubble is back
Faith Merino / VatorNews: Groupon shares soar 41% for $18B valuation
Brid-Aine Parnell / The Register: Groupon shares soar, adds $2.7bn in two hours
Rick Marshall / Digital Trends: Google's barrel-roll Easter Egg goes viral
Derek Thompson / The Atlantic Online: Groupon Dives Into the Tech IPO Bloodbath
Dan Primack / Fortune: Groupon goes pop!
Josh Halliday / Guardian: Groupon IPO raises more than £400m
Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry / Business Insider: Groupon Goes Public! Here's What Investors Need To Know
Ryan Tate / Gawker: The Groupon IPO Will Be Huge (God Help Us)
Tim Green / Mobile Entertainment: Groupon IPO raises $700 million
Frank Reed / Marketing Pilgrim: Striking While the Iron Is Still Hot, Groupon Set To Go Public Today
Ingrid Lunden / paidContent:UK: The Deal Is On! Groupon Gets $700 Million IPO, Starts Trading Today As GRPN
Nick Huber / New Media Age: Groupon IPO raises more than £400m
Emily Chang / @emilychangtv: Groupon CEO Andrew Mason prepping for his big moment at the NASDAQ in a suit and tie http://t.co/YnIoYS3P
Katie Fehrenbacher / GigaOM: Groupon's $12.6B valuation compared to greentech (it's sad)
Josh Wolford / WebProNews: Groupon IPO Raises $700 Million, Priced At $20 A Share
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Groupon Prices Their Shares At $20 Per Share, Putting Them At A Valuation Of $13 Billion
Chris O'Brien / @sjcobrien: Is this math right? Groupon's Andrew Mason will have about 47 million shares after IPO. At $20 per share, that's worth $940 million.
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch: Groupon Prices Its IPO At A $12.7B Valuation, Has A Lot To Prove
Tomio Geron / Social Markets: Groupon IPO Prices 35M Shares At $20 Each: Report
Matt Rosoff / Business Insider: Groupon To Price At $20 Tomorrow
Mike Anderson / NBC Bay Area: Groupon Prices Public Offering at $20 a Share
Shira Ovide / Deal Journal:
Groupon Is the Biggest Internet IPO Since Google
Groupon Is the Biggest Internet IPO Since Google
Nathan Olivarez-Giles / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Groupon IPO: highest tech valuation since Google
Greg Sterling / Screenwerk: The Groupon IPO and the Flawed Logic Behind Groupon Now
Rocky Agrawal / VentureBeat: Groupon is a terrible company for investors — but I'm buying shares tomorrow
Colleen Taylor / GigaOM: Confirmed: Groupon prices shares high at $20
Deal / @wsjdealjournal: Groupon becomes the biggest U.S. Internet IPO since Google. ($690 million vs. $1.7 billion) http://t.co/hDdARmeR
Jason Lloren / The Technology Chronicles: IPO market's hot daily deal: Groupon
Apple's Supply-Chain Secret? Hoard Lasers — The iPhone maker spends lavishly on all stages of the manufacturing process, giving it a huge operations advantage — About five years ago, Apple design guru Jony Ive decided he wanted a new feature for the next MacBook …
Discussion: Gizmodo, CNET News, GigaOM, AppleInsider, MacStories, MacRumors and Business Insider
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Apple to double supply chain expenses to $7.1 billion next year
Erica Ogg / GigaOM: This is what Apple does with all of that cash
Josh Ong / AppleInsider: Apple leverages deep pockets to gain supply chain edge over rivals - report
Graham Spencer / MacStories: Apple's Supply Chain Secrets
Darren Murph / Engadget:
B&N launching Nook Tablet for $249 on November 16th, and we've got the dirty details — Sitting down? Good. Come November 16th, Amazon's Kindle Fire will have company. We've wrapped our paws around a stash of documents confirming the impending launch of the first bona fide tablet in the Nook line …
Discussion: GigaOM, The Toybox Blog, CNN, Digits, Android Central, paidContent, WebProNews, MobileBurn.com, HotHardware.com News, GottaBeMobile, thinq_, Mobile Entertainment, SlashGear, DailyTech, FierceMobileContent, AllThingsD, Fortune, Mashable!, Pulse2, blog.chron.com, Neowin.net, Softpedia News, PhoneArena, Computerworld, The Digital Reader, AndroidGuys, Digital Trends, VentureBeat, Business Insider, Fudzilla, TechCrunch, Liliputing, Gizmodo Australia, The Verge, Gizmodo, Android Phone Fans, dailywireless.org, Pocketables, GottaBeMobile, Lifehacker, 9to5Google, The Next Web and The Tech Herald …
Kevin C. Tofel / GigaOM: Here's the secret to Amazon's, B&N's tablet strategy
Stan Schroeder / CNN: Nook Tablet coming November 16
Tom Loftus / Digits: Tech Today: Groupon Wants the ‘Pop’
Phil Nickinson / Android Central: Leaked: Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet release date, pricing and full specs!
Josh Wolford / WebProNews: - - Nook Tablet Leaked, Release Date November 16th
Jon Martindale / thinq_: Barnes & Noble Nook tablet to launch November 16th
Zen Terrelonge / Mobile Entertainment: Barnes & Noble launches new Nook Tablet
Chris Burns / SlashGear: Barnes and Noble NOOK Tablet details leaked
Tiffany Kaiser / DailyTech: Barnes & Noble to Launch Nook Tablet One Day After Kindle Fire
JP Mangalindan / Fortune: Today in Tech: Why the Kindle Fire is good for Apple
Stan Schroeder / Mashable!: Nook Tablet Is Coming November 16 for $249 [REPORT]
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet Coming November 16th For $249
Dwight Silverman / blog.chron.com: Watch out, Amazon: Here comes the Nook Tablet [Updated]
John Callaham / Neowin.net: Nook Tablet info leaked; how does it compare to Kindle Fire?
Matt Hamblen / Computerworld: B&N to sell Nook Tablet for $249, report says
Nate Hoffelder / The Digital Reader: Updated: New NookColor Leaked - $249, Dual Core CPU
Vincent Messina / AndroidGuys: Barnes & Noble tablet rumors found in every NOOK and cranny
Jennifer Van Grove / VentureBeat: Barnes & Noble's $249 Nook Tablet to challenge Amazon's Kindle Fire
Steve Kovach / Business Insider: Here Are All The Details On The Next Nook Tablet
Peter Scott / Fudzilla: Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet specs leak
Chris Velazco / TechCrunch: Barnes and Noble To Debut $249 Nook Tablet On November 16?
Brad Linder / Liliputing: Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet coming Nov 16th for $249
Roberto Baldwin / Gizmodo Australia: New Nook Leak: Faster, Lighter Media Monster
Roberto Baldwin / Gizmodo: New Nook Specs Leak: Faster, Lighter, Dual-Core Media Monster
Quentyn Kennemer / Android Phone Fans: [Update] Rumor: Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet Headed Our Way, Original NOOK Color to Get $200 Price Tag
Calob Horton / Pocketables: Barnes & Noble launching Nook Tablet in November for $250
Brad McCarty / The Next Web: Barnes and Noble launches another tablet, aimed directly at the Kindle Fire
Phil Nickinson / Android Central:
Nook Color dropping to $199; new software update brings Hulu Plus, music — Will cost just $50 less than the new Nook Tablet — The venerable Barnes & Noble Nook Color hasn't been left out in the cold just because the new Nook Tablet specs and pricing are here.
Discussion: The Verge, Softpedia News, MobileBurn.com, ExtremeTech, Geek.com, 9to5Google, Electronista and Engadget
Dan Seifert / MobileBurn.com: Barnes & Noble NOOK Color to drop price, gain Hulu Plus, streaming music
Sebastian Anthony / ExtremeTech: New Nook Tablet unveiled: Kindling for Kindle Fire
Will Shanklin / Geek.com: Nook Color 2 will actually be the dual-core Nook Tablet
Jake Smith / 9to5Google: Nook Color gets price slash to $199, new software update now includes Hulu Plus and more music apps
Florian Mueller / FOSS Patents:
European Commission investigating Samsung over possible abuse of FRAND patents against Apple — Samsung's various attempts to shut down Apple products — most recently the iPhone 4S — with patents declared essential to the 3G industry standard have now given rise to an antitrust investigation by Europe's top competition “watchdog”.
Discussion: MacDailyNews, Ars Technica, GigaOM, FOSS Patents, MacRumors, The Register, InfoWorld, Edible Apple, IntoMobile, PhoneArena, AllThingsD, Reuters, Inquirer, SlashGear, MacNN, Softpedia News, MacDailyNews, AppleInsider, Computerworld, The Next Web, Electronista and Sammy Hub
MacDailyNews: Apple only a witness, not target, of EU inquiry over Samsung's alleged FRAND patent abuse
Darrell Etherington / GigaOM: Samsung's EU patent strategy could lead to Apple win
FOSS Patents: contrary to some reports, there's no indication of Apple being the target of this preliminary investigation
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: European Commission Opens Investigation into Samsung's Patent Threats Against Apple
Neil McAllister / InfoWorld: EU antitrust authority investigates Samsung's use of patents against Apple
Edible Apple: Samsung's questionable patent suits against Apple opens door to EU anti-trust investigation
Phone Arena: European Commission has started an investigation on Samsung's use of FRAND licenses in its lawsuits
John Paczkowski / AllThingsD: European Commission Investigating Samsung's Patent Claims Against Apple
Foo Yun Chee / Reuters: EU Commission probes Samsung, Apple over patents
Kate O'Flaherty / Inquirer: EC investigates Samsung over alleged FRAND patent abuse
Shane McGlaun / SlashGear: EC investigates Samsung over alleged abuse of FRAND patent standards to beat Apple
MacDailyNews: European Commission investigates Samsung over possible abuse of FRAND patents against Apple
Daniel Eran Dilger / AppleInsider: European Commission investigating Samsung over abuse of FRAND patents against Apple
Jonny Evans / Computerworld: Europe investigates Samsung in Apple iPhone wars
Amazon next-generation Kindle Fire likely to have 8.9-inch display — Amazon is likely to change its product roadmap by shifting the display size of its next-generation Kindle Fire to 8.9-inch instead of 10.1-inch as originally planned, according to sources in Amazon's supply chain.
Discussion: Computerworld, SlashGear, The Digital Reader, GottaBeMobile, The Next Web, The Verge, IntoMobile, Liliputing, Pocket-lint, 9to5Google, TG Daily, PhoneArena, Softpedia News and Electronista
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Amazon planning 8.9-inch Kindle Fire next say suppliers
Nate Hoffelder / The Digital Reader: New Kindle Fire to Have 8.9″ Screen?
Chuong Nguyen / GottaBeMobile: Next Amazon Kindle Tablet to Have 8.9-Inch Form Factor, Not 10-Inch Display
Vlad Savov / The Verge: 8.9-inch Kindle Fire coming next, not 10.1?
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Rumor: Amazon's next Kindle Fire likely to have an 8.9 inch screen
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: New Amazon Kindle Fire to be 8.9-inch?
Jake Smith / 9to5Google: Next Kindle Fire to feature 8.9-inch screen, rather than rumored 10.1 screen [report]
Mark Raby / TG Daily: Speculation begins about new Kindle Fire
Peter Burrows / Bloomberg:
Apple's First Freebie IPhone Pits Once-Premium Brand Against Bargain Fare — Apple Inc. (AAPL)'s iPhone 3GS model is more than two years old and shunned by gadget snobs, and yet it's turning into one of the company's bigger weapons against devices running Google Inc. (GOOG)'s Android software this holiday season.
Discussion: BGR, 9to5Mac, everythingiCafe, The Next Web, App Advice and MacDailyNews
Christian Zibreg / 9to5Mac: Launch delay hurt industry, but not Apple: The older the iPhone, the better the margin
Christopher Meinck / everythingiCafe: Analyst: Apple Using Free iPhone 3GS To Fight Android Army
Matt Brian / The Next Web: Apple's 2-year-old 3GS will account for 20% of Q3 iPhone sales, analyst says
Bryan M. Wolfe / App Advice: Apple's Secret Weapon This Holiday Season Isn't The iPhone 4S - It's The iPhone 3GS
Ryan Lawler / GigaOM:
CBS turned down an ad-based Apple TV deal — CBS CEO Les Moonves is known to occasionally drop pieces of information that he's not supposed to on his company's earnings calls, and this quarter was no exception. When asked about CBS's appetite for striking deals with new streaming providers …
Discussion: Computerworld, Ars Technica, Engadget, Gizmodo, App Advice, SlashGear, iDownloadBlog.com, O'Grady's PowerPage, AppleInsider, 9to5Mac, Electronista and MacRumors, more at Mediagazer »
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica: CBS hints at Apple working on delivering ad-supported TV
Mario Aguilar / Gizmodo: CBS Rejected an Apple TV Streaming Service
Bryan M. Wolfe / App Advice: Could CBS Kill The Real Apple TV?
Shane McGlaun / SlashGear: Apple TV deal failed because of ad share tips CBS CEO
Chris Barylick / O'Grady's PowerPage: CBS exec describes turning down Apple TV offer after disagreement over revenue split
Arnold Kim / MacRumors: CBS Turned Down Apple TV Subscription Service Deal
Kimberly Dozier / Associated Press:
AP Exclusive: CIA following Twitter, Facebook — McLEAN, Virginia (AP) — In an anonymous industrial park in Virginia, in an unassuming brick building, the CIA is following tweets — up to 5 million a day. — At the agency's Open Source Center, a team known affectionately as the …
Discussion: Business Insider, Internet Evolution, ReadWriteWeb, CNET News and The Next Web, more at Mediagazer »
Zeke Miller / Business Insider: The CIA's “Vengeful Librarians' Stalk Twitter — Reading Millions Of Tweets A Day
Nicole Ferraro / Internet Evolution: Tweeting for the Feds
Dan Rowinski / ReadWriteWeb: The CIA Open Source Center Tracks the Pulse of the World Through Facebook & Twitter
Don Reisinger / CNET News: CIA's ‘vengeful librarians’ track Twitter, Facebook
Jon Russell / The Next Web: The CIA is watching: US intelligence teams monitor 5 million tweets EVERY DAY
Samsung Takes Top Spot as Smartphone Market Grows 42.6% in the Third Quarter, According to IDC — FRAMINGHAM, Mass. November 3 2011 - The worldwide smartphone market grew 42.6% year over year in the third quarter of 2011 (3Q11), despite a slowdown within key mature markets.
Discussion: Internet2Go, Computerworld, Patently Apple and Electronista
Greg Sterling / Internet2Go: Samsung Might not Be Smartphone Leader for Long — IDC
Jack Purcher / Patently Apple: IDC's Global Smartphone Stats are in: Samsung # 1, Apple # 2 and on the Rise
Wall Street Journal:
Google Ponders Pay-TV Business — Pilot Project in Kansas City Would Rival Cable, Satellite — Internet giant Google Inc. is considering a plan to offer paid cable-TV services to consumers, a move that could unleash a new wave of competition within the traditional TV business.
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: Google considers offering paid TV on its ambitious fiber network
Andrew Couts / Digital Trends: Google may offer its own paid cable-TV service
Sam Biddle / Gizmodo: Google Planning Kansas City Cable TV Utopia?
Michelle Maisto / Connected Planet Online: Google rumored to have cable TV-rivaling plans
Bernie Arnason / Telecompetitor: IS GOOGLE EYEING IPTV?
Steven Musil / CNET News: Google mulling plan to offer pay TV services?
Nidhi Subbaraman / Fast Company: Hajj To Air On YouTube, Groupon Raises $700 Million IPO, CIA Team Analyzes Twitter For Real-Time Intelligence
Shane McGlaun / SlashGear: Google eyeballs pay TV offering
Richard Lawler / Engadget: Google might offer TV / phone service over its fiber network
Matt Rosoff / Business Insider: Google Is Looking To Roll Out A Pay TV Service
The Long-Term Failure of Web APIs — Years ago, when developers such as myself started the transition away from OS-specific APIs to web APIs, we believed that doing so would empower our software and save it from the confines of the desktop. — And we were right.
Ina Fried / AllThingsD:
Sprint CEO Hesse: “We Stand for Simplicity and Value” — Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said his company has eliminated 85 percent of the possible rate plan options in recent months in an effort to make things easier for customers. — “We stand for simplicity and value,” Hesse said …
Discussion: 9to5Mac, FierceWireless, GottaBeMobile and AllThingsD
Christian Zibreg / 9to5Mac: U.S. Cellular passed on iPhone 4S over “unacceptable” terms from Apple
Phil Goldstein / FierceWireless: Sprint investigating reports of slow iPhone 4S data speeds
Chuong Nguyen / GottaBeMobile: Sprint Accelerates Roadmap for Network Vision LTE Strategy
John Paczkowski / AllThingsD:
Apple Headed for 60 Percent of Handset Industry Operating Profits — With the iPhone, Apple is doing to the smartphone business what it has done to the PC business with the Mac: Generating a disproportionate share of profits relative to revenue. — In its third quarter …
Ingrid Lunden / paidContent:
BPI Asks BT To Block BitTorrent Site Pirate Bay, Or It's Court Time — A new twist today in the battle of media companies trying to stop their content from being distributed by illegal means online: the UK's main music trade body, the BPI, has today teamed up others in the creative industries to request BT …
Discussion: TorrentFreak, London Calling Blog, Telegraph, thinq_, Pocket-lint, Financial Times, BBC, Gizmodo UK and Guardian
Zack Whittaker / London Calling Blog: British ISP told to block Pirate Bay torrent site, or face court
Christopher Williams / Telegraph: Record labels demand BT blocks access to the Pirate Bay
Jon Martindale / thinq_: Block Pirate Bay, BT told by record industry
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: BT asked to block the The Pirate Bay
Tim Bradshaw / Financial Times: Music industry demands BT block Pirate Bay
Mark Sweney / Guardian: BT under pressure to block The Pirate Bay
Jordan Crook / TechCrunch:
Hands-On With The Samsung Focus S For AT&T — If the Samsung Focus Flash had you even remotely excited, then the Focus S is sure to leave you thrilled. With almost all the same specs as baby brother, the Focus S brings a slightly larger screen and more powerful camera to an already snappy little phone.
Ross Miller / The Verge: Samsung Focus S and Focus Flash hands-on pictures
Todd Haselton / BGR: Samsung Focus Flash hands-on
Todd Haselton / BGR: Hands-on with the Samsung Focus S Windows Phone
Terrence O'Brien / Engadget: Samsung Focus S hands-on
Dana Vachon / Vanity Fair:
The Code of the Winklevii — Remember the Winklevoss twins? The golden-boy Harvard rowers who claimed that Mark Zuckerberg had stolen the idea for Facebook from them? They spent years suing him, won a settlement that is currently worth about $200 million, and now feel it should have been four times that.
Mark Gurman / 9to5Mac:
Exclusive: Apple Vice President of Global Security John Theriault departs company following lost iPhone 4S investigation — A sizable amount of Apple senior executives have left the company this year, with the latest being Apple's Vice President of Global Security.
Discussion: Gizmodo, Business Insider, Gawker, MacNN, The Next Web, NBC Bay Area and Softpedia News
Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo: Apple's Gestapo Chief “Steps Down”
Jay Yarow / Business Insider: Apple's Security Boss Steps Down After Two Prototype iPhones Go Missing In Two Years
Ryan Tate / Gawker: Apple's Sleazy Secret Police Lose Their Leader
Drew Olanoff / The Next Web: Apple loses another senior executive, VP of Global Security John Theriault
RJ Middleton / NBC Bay Area: Apple Security Chief Investigating New Job
The Increasingly Prevalent Auto-Follow “Trick” — If you're one of the millions of consumers of mobile applications, there's a good chance you've downloaded an app recently that has you log in with Facebook or Twitter. While not all of these products are “social” by nature …
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Kevin Rose's Oink Hits The App Store
Kevin Rose's Oink Hits The App Store
Discussion: Softpedia News, Lifehacker, IntoMobile, Smartphones …, Tech Cocktail, VentureBeat, @kevinrose, @fredericl, GigaOM, 9to5Mac and The Verge
Whitson Gordon / Lifehacker: Oink Finds You the Best Item on Any Restaurant's Menu
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Oink, an iOS app that extends the Facebook “like” metaphor to the real world
Matthew Miller / Smartphones and Cell Phones Blog: Oink vs. Nosh; Which is best for a smartphone foodie?
Chikodi Chima / VentureBeat: Kevin Rose launches Oink on iPhone: Yelp, Instagram and a dash of Foursquare
Kevin Rose / @kevinrose: Oink is out, download here: bit.ly/getoink
Frederic Lardinois / @fredericl: Oink looks like it offers enough of a twist to challenge Foursquare and co. Now if only the background didn't make my screen look all grimy
Darrell Etherington / GigaOM: First look at Oink, Kevin Rose's app for rating stuff
Jacob Schulman / The Verge: Kevin Rose's Oink app now available for iOS
Alex Chitu / Google Operating System:
Google's Location-Based Social Annotations — You've probably noticed that Google annotates search results with social data, especially from Google+ and Google +1. You'll sometimes see that a page was mentioned in a Blogger post or a Twitter message by one of your Google+ friends.
Matt Lynley / Business Insider:
Zynga Is Still Profitable, Made $12.5 Million In Third Quarter Off $307 Million In Revenue — Zynga made $12.5 million in the third quarter this year — down 54 percent from $27 million in the third quarter last year — off $307 million in revenue, according to an updated S-1 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Tricia Duryee / AllThingsD:
Ex-Googlers Raise $5.8 Million to Help Retailers Track Foot Traffic — Euclid Elements is hoping to be the Google Analytics of the physical retail world. — The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company helps brick-and-mortar retailers track shopping behavior by putting sensors in their stores …
Discussion: Search Engine Land, CNET News, FM Blog, VentureBeat, TechSpot and All Points Blog
Greg Sterling / Search Engine Land: Euclid Offers “Google Analytics For The Real World”
John Battelle / FM Blog: Friday Signal: Hey Big Spender!
Meghan Kelly / VentureBeat: Euclid pulls in $5.8M to deliver Google Analytics-style metrics to physical stores
Adena Schutzberg / All Points Blog: Euclid Elements: Who's Near My Store vs. Who Came In?