Online advertisers are expected to outspend TV advertisers by $40 billion this year. That means 40 percent of the world's ad spending is expected to take place online in 2018, forecasts say.
Tech giant Apple unveiled a new, cheaper iPad model for as low as $299, aimed at students from elementary school to college. The new 9.7-inch iPads will be compatible with Apple Pencil stylus.
The news that Facebook's Android app collected call and text histories is yet another black eye for the social media giant. But just how was it able to siphon info about whom its users were contacting?
Joining Google, Facebook, Alibaba and Tencent, Twitter is also banning private ads for cryptocurrency sales and initial coin offerings. So where can cryptocurrencies still find an advertising platform?
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