Mobile Minutes: Google Cardboard; Ads and AI; App ads; Larry Page
Alphabet Inc.’s Google said it had shipped 5 million units of the Google Cardboard viewer, a wearable device that allows users to experience virtual reality through mobile apps.
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Ads are about to get way more personal thanks to AI
The use of artificial intelligence in advertising is set to grow, a top marketing chief told CNBC, as brands look at new ways to target and engage consumers.
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Apps lead new wave in advertising
In the fast-changing world of mobile advertising, staples like banner ads, pop-ups and ads disguised as news stories aren’t cutting it anymore.
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Try to interview Google’s co-founder. It’s emasculating.
I started as The New York Times’s Googlebeat reporter in August 2014. Shortly thereafter, I told the company’s public relations people that at some point I would love to interview Larry Page, the company’s co-founder.
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