— GoTV adds banners and video advertising with Thin Multimedia: Thin Multimedia said GoTV will start integrating its multimedia mobile advertising into its content offerings for select U.S. and international carriers. The ads will include both pre-roll and post-roll video advertising, which will be played without buffering before and after content segments are played. Release.
— Pandora hits new milestone on the iPhone: Pandora announced today that it has registered 2 million users on the iPhone. In a blog post, Founder Tim Westergren said: “We’re hearing all sorts of wonderful feedback from listeners who are using it on their commute, jogging with it, plugging it into home audio systems…you name it. And as usual, offering all sorts of great feedback and suggestions. It’s thrilling for us to see the broader vision for Pandora take shape. Our hearty thanks for your continued support and input.”
— Vlingo launches iPhone app: Voice-transcription service Vlingo has launched an iPhone app that lets users search the Web, dial contacts, and update their status on Twitter and Facebook by speaking into the phone, Cnet reports. The application seems to be a bit broader than offerings provided by Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) or Google (NSDQ: GOOG). For instance, users can pick between using Google or Yahoo’s search, and it can update social network status.
— Glu Mobile (NSDQ: GLUU) gains rights to a Warner Bros. film: Despite the news yesterday that Glu was trimming its workforce and will likely cut the CEO’s pay, it said today that it will be releasing a mobile game based on the upcoming super hero film Watchman, a graphic novel. The game will launch worldwide in time for the film