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Google takes to TV to burnish Chrome

Google has made its first foray into that most traditional of media, television, by airing a 30-second spot to promote its Internet browser, Chrome.

Post-up game: TNT suits up social media

Turner Sports is following the lead of Time Warner sibling CNN by diving headlong into social media.

Facing facts about Facebook

Social networking has overtaken e-mail as the most popular Internet activity, according to a new study released by Nielsen.

Forrester: If TV ads evolve, they’ll thrive

TV advertising is poised to change dramatically over the next decade, embracing the kind of targeting and user control already common on the Web, according to a new report by Forrester Research.

Microsoft buys Navic to build ad platform

Microsoft has bought addressable TV player Navic Networks in a deal that will extend its ad platform to TV.

High fives (not fours, sixes)

The Webby Awards revel in their designation made by David Carr of the New York Times as "the Oscars of the Internet." This year's ceremony in New York followed the script: red-carpet arrivals, celebrities major and minor and an awards presentation that can stretch out too long.