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Guest Column: It's Make or Break Time for Apple

In this article titled "It's Make or Break Time for Apple," Guest Columnist Robert Tercek addresses the recent hysteria over the drop in Apple's share price and tackles the timely question: What will Apple accomplish in 2013?

Guest Column: Too Soon for Gloom on Mobile Advertising

Guest columnist Mike Vorhaus, President of Magid Advisors explains why, despite the doom and gloom written about the prospects for mobile advertising revenue for companies like Facebook and others, mobile advertising revenue is poised to grow.

The Washington Post: Will 2013 Bring the End of the iPod,...

Citing results of a recent Accenture report on consumer demand for a range of devices, Washington Post reporter Caitlin Dewey questions whether changes in technology and consumer demand will signal an end of the iPod, digital camera and DVD player era.

Forbes: 10 Mobile Industry Predictions For 2013

Forbes offers 10 predictions for the Mobile Industry in 2013. At the top of the list: HTML5 will make a comeback, helping to make smartphones cheaper. Also on the list is the prediction that firms that were late to the mobile game will launch their own phones.

5 Trends to Watch at 2013 CES

Getting ready for the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas next week? The Washington Post highlights 5 Trends to Watch at CES. Topping the list is technologies for the Connected Car. Also making the list are Higher High-Def, Video on Demand, Gesture Control and Competition for Digital Advertising. CES runs January 8 through 11.

ReadWrite: 5 Most Pivotal Moments For Digital Music In 2012

Here's an interesting post from ReadWrite highlighting their 5 Most Pivotal Moments for Digital Music in 2012. Topping the list is The Death Of SOPA / Megaupload Raid.

Four predictions for video ads in 2013

As CEO of Jun Group, a leading opt-in video ad platform, Mitchell Reichgut is immersed in the monetization of online content. In this guest post he analyzes the current state of the industry and makes four predictions for 2013.

Bhargava: digital cameras rise to the social media challenge

Influential Marketing Group founder Rohit Bhargava was inspired by the Instagram controversy and the use of mobile handsets for capturing life's images to look at the current landscape of social photos.

Bhargava: NBC's 'Revolution' plugs into a very human fear

Influential Marketing Group founder Rohit Bhargava is convinced that 'Revolution,' NBC's post-catastrophe drama from J.J. Abrams and Eric Kripke, is set for a successful run because of the usually unspoken fear it plugs into.

Guest post: Can we trust social media publishers to protect our...

Can we trust social media publishers to protect our privacy? Barry Murphy, co-founder and principal analyst of EDJ Group, cautions that this question has legal ramifications every business needs to understand.