Advertising

10.14.15
PC industry unites to convince you that it's still relevant
10.14.15

PC industry unites to convince you that it's still relevant

Dell, HP, Lenovo, Intel and Microsoft are joining forces in an ad campaign that reminds you PCs still exist.

By J. Fingas,   10.14.15
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10.09.15
Get ready for more videos (and ads) in your Twitter timeline
10.09.15

Get ready for more videos (and ads) in your Twitter timeline

Now you can upload videos to Twitter via your desktop, and soon will be able to stream Periscope and search for GIF's in your timeline too.

By C. Klimovski,   10.09.15
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10.07.15
Google is purging hacked spam from your search results
10.07.15

Google is purging hacked spam from your search results

Google has tweaked its algorithms to hide sites hacked to include ads.

By J. Fingas,   10.07.15
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10.01.15
Apple's mobile ad-blockers save you time and money, NYT finds
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Apple's mobile ad-blockers save you time and money, NYT finds

One site added up to $9.50 in ad-only data usage, if you visited it every day for one month.

By J. Conditt,   10.01.15
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09.29.15
Microsoft promises that Windows 10 doesn't violate your privacy
09.29.15

Microsoft promises that Windows 10 doesn't violate your privacy

Microsoft is trying to fend off further criticism of its privacy policies by better explaining them.

By S. Dent,   09.29.15
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09.29.15
Google brings increasingly precise ads to Gmail and YouTube
09.29.15

Google brings increasingly precise ads to Gmail and YouTube

Brands will be able to tailor ads based on your personal email address, online search criteria and general interests.

By C. Klimovski,   09.29.15
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09.28.15
Coca-Cola is the first company to pay Twitter for custom emoji
09.28.15

Coca-Cola is the first company to pay Twitter for custom emoji

Twitter's testing out custom, branded emoji to boost advertising sales

By S. Buckley,   09.28.15
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09.02.15
Machinima settles FTC charges over paid Xbox One 'reviews'
09.02.15

Machinima settles FTC charges over paid Xbox One 'reviews'

Machinima has reached a settlement with the FTC that will force to disclose when 'influencers' are paid to promote a product.

By J. Fingas,   09.02.15
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09.02.15
Hulu without the ads is here, for $4 more per month
09.02.15

Hulu without the ads is here, for $4 more per month

Finally, ad-free Hulu

By R. Lawler,   09.02.15
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