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Facebook video ads delayed until 2014, says sources

Facebook video ads delayed until 2014, says sources

In December of last year, information surfaced claiming that Facebook would be rolling out video advertisements by this past summer, and later on in July, sources stepped forward claiming the social network could be rolling out TV-style ads by the end of this year. According to the latest batch of sources, however, this has changed, and Facebook has postponed the advertisements until next year.

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Google Search goes massive with banner ads and YouTube

Google Search goes massive with banner ads and YouTube

Branded queries such as "Southwest Airlines" have begun turning up Google results with large-scale banner ads while searches for artists have started a roll-out of specialized YouTube listings. This is all part of a multi-tiered Google Search modification that brings more cash to the search giant and allows brand integration to run in one case, with quicker results for the searcher's wants and needs in the other, done in part as part of the Hummingbird initiative.

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Xbox One Kinect won’t amass advertisement data on users, says Microsoft

Xbox One Kinect won’t amass advertisement data on users, says Microsoft

Over the weekend, Microsoft's Vice President of Marketing and Strategy Yusuf Mehdi spoke during a conference via the Association of National Advertisers. His speech, in which he touched on the subject of the Xbox One and advertising, lead to a report in Ad Age stating that the company's gaming console is "like [a] TV that watches you," amassing data for advertisers about users and what happens on their side of the screen. Microsoft denies this.

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Yahoo receives class action lawsuit over email scanning

Yahoo receives class action lawsuit over email scanning

Serving up advertisements can be tricky business, and depending on how it is achieved, could land companies in hot water. Such was the case with Google earlier this year over issues with email scanning, something that had prompted it to say that emails sent to Gmail addresses had no expectation of privacy. Following a judge's ruling that a case against Google could go forward, Yahoo has found itself hit with a lawsuit over similar actions.

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Facebook revamping News Feed advertisements

Facebook revamping News Feed advertisements

All Facebook users are presented with advertisements in their News Feeds, some of which may be relevant or innocuous enough to go relatively unnoticed, but others aren't to users' liking, and Facebook is aiming to help improve this. The social network's Engineering Manager of News Feed Ads Hong Ge has taken to the FB Newsroom today detailing the company's plans to make advertisements more relevant for users.

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Samsung Galaxy Note III event goes global tomorrow: Berlin and NYC at 1PM EST

Samsung Galaxy Note III event goes global tomorrow: Berlin and NYC at 1PM EST

As it's been made abundantly clear by the invitations to the Berlin-based IFA 2013 event and today's Times Square set-up in New York City, Samsung is holding a special event for the likes of the next Galaxy Note. This event has also been teased to contain the first official announcement of Samsung's Galaxy Gear, a smartwatch device aimed at pairing with your smartphone, Galaxy Note, or whatever other Android-based device you've got in your pocket.

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Security firm reveals unauthorized advertisement injections on YouTube

Security firm reveals unauthorized advertisement injections on YouTube

The security firm Spider.io revealed that a California-based company called Sambreel was using its software to inject advertisements on YouTube, according to a report on the company's website. Sambreel's subsidiary Yontoo was responsible for two programs designed to make downloading videos off of YouTube simple, both of which have been pulled after Spider.io revealed its findings.

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