Facebook represents 46% of all video ads created, and that share jumps to 74% when including video ads on its photo-sharing app Instagram. Those figures mean that Facebook tops Google’s YouTube for video ad campaigns, which represent 41% of the… Read More ›
Day: March 11, 2018
Microsoft is looking to turn school buses into Internet-enabled hotspots in an experiment that’s aimed at helping students in rural Michigan do their homework. Read more at The Washington Post.
One potential solution for kicking your smartphone addiction: play dumb. Read more at USA Today.
As location-aware advertising goes mainstream—like that Jack in the Box ad that appears whenever you get near one, in whichever app you have open at the time—and as popular apps harvest your lucrative location data, the potential for leaking or… Read More ›
Android user loyalty is higher than iOS users, according to new research from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP). The study also says Android and iOS loyalty has remained steady since early 2016, and has now reached the highest levels yet…. Read More ›
A student behind the idea for an app designed to help people with visual impairments use smartphones has taken the top prize at IUPUI’s annual JagStart competition. Read more at Inside Indiana Business.
A recent Indiana University graduate’s young company that helps caregivers and loved ones keep tabs on the location of seniors with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease is on the verge of hitting the market. Read more at Inside Indiana Business.
An app will not save us. We will not sort out social inequality lying in bed staring at smartphones. It will not stem from simply sending emails to people in power, one person at a time. Read more at Wired.