Mobile Minutes: Twitter mobile ads; Apple vs. Samsung; Facebook internship; Snapchat
Twitter opens up its mobile ad network, introduces video
Twitter is making its mobile ad network available to a wider group of marketers and introducing new ad formats including video, the company said Thursday. The social network last year began letting a select group of clients buy ad campaigns that would run on its own service and across third-party apps in its MoPub mobile advertising exchange.
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Apple narrows gap with Samsung in global smartphone sales
Apple gained ground on smartphone leader Samsung Electronics in global sales during the second quarter. But the market recorded its slowest growth in two years, according to market researcher Gartner.
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What I learned when I lost my internship at Facebook
I published code that showed the company had a privacy problem. Then my summer got turned upside down.
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Sorry Snapchat, but you’re not winning this election
Every election season has its shiny new toy, and this year, Snapchat is most definitely it. We’ve already seen Rand Paul take a chainsaw to the tax code on Snapchat.
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