Love may just be a few clicks away, Taco Bell has a “happier” hour, and you — yes you! — have one brand-new Apple iPad unclaimed at this very moment.
Editor’s Pick Google, ad networks, ISPs, browser makers, and mobile OS vendors are fighting a massive — mostly secret — battle for control of the future of the Internet.
HasOffers, a Seattle-based provider of mobile advertising-tracking services, has raised a $9.4 million Series A led by Accel Partners.
If you’re looking for high volumes of users, mobile ad networks can deliver them.
Editor’s Pick LocalResponse may have solved the big problem with making mobile ads relevant.
Facebook is putting a hold on its external ad network. The company was conducting tests of Facebook ads on other mobile networks, but those tests have come to a halt.
Internet “Explorer” has a whole new meaning today. The big question: who’s exploring who?
Facebook may be turning to its longtime pal Microsoft to complete its plan to create an external advertising network.
Keeping up with our theme from yesterday’s post about how frictionless it has become for users to give unfamiliar apps broad and permanent access to their data, we stumbled on this interesting video about the personal information people unwittingly share with their mobile phone carriers.
This story originally appeared on CNET and is republished with permission.
Fashion-focused media company StyleCaster will launch a proprietary ad platform in mid-January that will challenge Condé Nast, Glam Media and third-party ad networks, the company revealed today.
Online ad network Rocket Fuel announced today that it has raised $6.6 million in funding.
When mobile ad network Moolah Media came out of stealth mode in December, it placed a big emphasis on its pay-per-performance model, where advertisers pay for actions rather than impressions. The San Francisco startup is taking that model even further today with real-time call reporting.
Android revenue has exceeded iPhone-only revenue on the mobile ad company Millennial Media’s network, according to its September “Mobile Mix” report.
NetShelter, an advertising network built around influential tech sites, has raised $15 million in a second round of funding.
One of the mobile developers questioned by the Federal Trade Commission about Google’s agreement to buy ad network AdMob has stepped up to defend the search giant’s deal.