Facebook today launched the expansion of its “Like” button into a new range of “Reactions” that will enable the user to consider new emojis alongside “Like”. Read More
Increasing use of ad blocking software is convenient for users, but hurting publishers’ ability to earn revenue, but is it really as big a concern as it’s being made out to be?
In this interview with Upstart Magazine, Richard Taylor argues that it’s generally a non-issue and that if anyone’s being hurt by the use of ad blocking technology, it’s the content publishers, not the advertisers.
After 15 years, is this the end of Flash on the web?
Back in 2010, then Apple CEO Steve Jobs sent shockwaves through the industry when he announced that the iPhone wouldn’t support Adobe Flash1. One of the reasons he cited in Apple making the decision was battery life. Read More
Overnight Facebook announced a new ad format for retailers. Called “product ads” these will give advertisers the opportunity to upload their product feed and create campaigns targeting target specific products to a specific audience, or let Facebook automatically deliver the most relevant products to people. Read More
Earlier this week Microsoft held a Windows 10 technical event where they also introduced two new devices, as well as a new development model for the Windows platform in the form of holographic computing. Read More