Quick Hits: Quantivo’s One-Step Query, Brightcove Powers Canadian Mobile Video


punch_small.jpgADOTAS – Behavioral analytics firm Quantivo has introduced “One-Step Query Analysis” to its Quantivo 4 software, allowing clients to combine unlimited attributes across channels and data sources within a single query.

— Canadians have the iPad! If that’s not a scary enough thought, it turns out that Bell Canada’s consumer portal Sympatico.ca has introduced a video portal powered by Brightcove’s HTML5 solution that is compatible with the iPad, the iPhone and the iPhod touch. I’m heading to my bunker…

— Augmented reality pros Total Immersion introduced D’Fusion for Adobe Flash, which will allow designers, agencies and non-programmers to easily incorporate augmented reality in their apps.

— Placecast’s location-based mobile platform MatchAPI will now allow developers to integrate Tribune Media Services’ movie showtimes and theater locations into their offerings.

— PointRoll announced that it will integrate Oddcast’s augmented reality tech into its display banners. However, users will be able to use their beautiful faces as webcam “markers,” instead of barcodes or printable images.

— The Travel Ad Network, which not surprisingly focuses on the travel vertical, has partnered with flight search engine Skyscanner, allowing TAN’s display, behavioral and lead generation solutions to incorporate airline pricing into metasearch results.

— KENSHOO’s paid search platforms have been approved for preferred Google AdWords API Pricing, giving the company free API units based on managed client spread and reducing costs for KENSHOO advertisers running campaigns on AdWords.

— Marketwire has acquired social media monitoring and analytics tool-maker Sysomos.


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