Spammers expose over a billion email addresses after failed backup

At its height, River City Media, run by Alvin Slocombe and Matt Ferris, sent out a billion emails a day, slamming Gmail servers with fragmented traffic in order to ensure all of its email went out on

Singtel’s digital ad division Amobee acquires Turn for $310M

Amobee just announced that it has agreed to acquire adtech company Turn for $310 million. Amobee used to be a mobile ad startup itself, before a 2012 acquisition by Singtel, where it remains a su

Amobee Buys Adconion For $235M And Kontera For $150M In Consolidation Play

Another day, and another two big acquisitions in the digital advertising industry. Amobee, a mobile ad company acquired by Singapore's main carrier SingTel two years ago for $321 million, is buying up

SingTel’s Amobee Buys LA’s Gradient X To Bulk Up Its Mobile AdTech With Real-Time Bidding

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Amobee Launches Its 3D Mobile Ad Builder PULSE Create

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Singtel’s Amobee Buys AdJitsu To Take Mobile Ads Into The Third Dimension

Another bit of consolidation in the mobile advertising space -- this time with an ad-tech twist: <a href="">Amobee</a>, the mobile ad company that itself was the subject of a <a h

More Mobile Ad Consolidation: Carrier SingTel Buys Amobee For $321 Million

The mobile ad market is projected to bring in revenues of $2.6 billion this year, and while that is only a small fraction of the wider opportunity in digital advertising, the space -- fueled by the sm

InMobi signs "multi-million dollar" mobile ad partnership with Amobee

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Despite Bleak Outlook, Mobile Ad Startups Keep Getting Funded; Amobee Spurns $150 Million Buyout Offer From Yahoo

In the previous post on the future of mobile technology, Michael notes the “bleak prospects for mobile advertising revenue” expressed by some mobile carrier CEOs and Fortune 500 executives