AllThingsD Week in Review: BlackBerry Is Just Resting, and YouTube Goes Mobile First

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.

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Twitter Says Its Online Ads Build Offline Sales

Twitter says users who see or click on tweets from advertisers will buy more from those brands when they encounter them in brick-and-mortar stores. The social network is touting an offline sales study from Datalogix, which produced a similar report for Facebook last year.


Why Malls Are Getting Mauled

“I don’t think we’re overbuilt, I think we’re under-demolished.”

Walmart Discounting iPhones and iPads With Apple’s Blessing

But good luck finding one.

Memo to Lady Staring at Her Smartphone at Target: You’re “Mobile Shopping,” Even If You’re Not Buying

For the record, we at AllThingsD are dubious. But, for the moment, we’re going to pretend that not spending dough on stuff is just like spending dough on stuff.

Microsoft Woos Windows 8, Windows Phone Developers at Build 2012

MIcrosoft gives third-party developers the hard sell on why they should be developing applications for the Windows 8 platform.

Macy’s Using Shopkick Mobile Rewards App Nationwide

A less expensive installation solution allows Shopkick to place its transmitters in existing retail speaker systems.

Internet-Only Bonobos Gets Cash and Rack Space From Nordstrom

Bonobos, the New York-based online clothing brand, says it has closed $16.4 million in new funding from Nordstrom and that it will start selling its pants at the high-end department store.

PayPal’s In-Store Payments System Hits Home Depot Stores Across U.S.

After a test phase, online payments giant PayPal is rolling out its “offline” in-store payments system across the U.S.

An Honest-to-Goodness App Store You Can Walk Into

Nope, it’s not owned by Apple, Google or even Amazon.

Woof: EBay Is Winning Bidder for Milo

Verizon 4G Network to Launch Sunday