Life without commercials — wouldn’t it be grand?
Microsoft says it won’t target ads to you “unless you choose to allow [it] to do so.”
Hints at future advertising are hidden in the code.
Facebook is ready to make you a star in commercials whether you want to be or not.
Bloomberg reports that Facebook “plans to sell TV-style commercials on its site for as much as $2.5 million a day, two people familiar with the matter said.”
Location, location, location: Thanks to geo-fencing, when you’re near a Starbucks, you could see an ad for Starbucks.
Facebook announced that it will no longer offer advertisers the ability to place Sponsored Stories, controversial advertisements that turn your social media activity into a commercial.
The concept is simple: Like Pepsi on Facebook and get a free can of Pepsi from a space-age vending machine that doesn’t accept money — it only accepts Facebook Likes. It’s a great marketing stunt, no?
Here are 32 tech companies from Super Bowl ads over the years. Just like the 32 teams in the NFL, some of these companies have flourished; others haven’t fared nearly as well.
Facebook ads can be effective, according to a recent study conducted by the social media giant and comScore.
Forget about viruses, trojans and botnets for a moment. The latest threat to smartphone users, according to mobile security firm Lookout, is pesky advertising.
This week, Lookout wrote a blog post to warn the world about …