A new report on mobile advertising reveals that Android traffic is finally surpassing that of iOS — but the real story may be tucked away inside, with details that show just how anemic the remaining mobile rivals really are.
When it was rumored to be simply "iRadio," reports claimed that Apple was twisting the arm of major labels to receive better royalty rates than competing services like Pandora -- but that doesn't seem to be the case.
Strange but true: Windows Phone has no official YouTube app, and now Google wants to eliminate the only real option available to users, claiming Microsoft is violating terms of its API by eliminating ads.
Ever wanted to have a conversation with a mobile ad, presumably aside from yelling at it to get off your screen? Ads are going to get a lot more chatty soon, thanks to the voice recognition gurus at Nuance.
Things will start getting quiet around the Apple camp after tomorrow, and it's not a Mayan apocalypse Mac and iOS users will need to worry about. Instead, it's the dreaded iTunes Connect holiday shutdown, which means new and updated apps and even pricing changes are frozen for one entire week, during a time when many are cracking open the gadgets Santa has brought them. But fear not: the App Stores will continue to serve up merchandise right through the break -- just don't go expecting any deals or updates during that time.
If you count yourself among those hostile to Instagram's new terms of service rolling out next month, the social network wants you to know they've heard your complaints and may or may not be doing something about it.
The once-awesome built-in YouTube app is waving goodbye with the arrival of iOS 6 this month, but that isn't stopping Google from trying to build a better machine on its own -- complete with advertising.
iOS developers currently reaping the rewards of Apple’s iAd platform have apparently lost at least one target audience: Children. A new report claims that Apple has quietly removed iAds from all apps aimed at the little ones, citing “a lack of interest from advertisers.”
We already know that Steve Jobs and Company love iAds, because they’ve made such a big deal about them at media events for almost a year. Apparently some of you must love ‘em too, because Apple has now introduced a free app dedicated to them called iAd Gallery.