This Week in Apps: Black Fridays boost, security news and the years biggest apps

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the Extra Crunch series that recaps the latest OS news, the lotions they reinforce and the money that flows through everything is. What are developers speaking about? What do app publishers and marketers…

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This Week in Apps: Honeys $4B exit, a new plan for iOS 14, Apples new developer resource

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the Extra Crunch series that summaries the latest OS news, the applications they support, and the money that spurts through everything is. What are makes talking about? What do app publishers and purveyors…

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Banning digital political ads gives extremists a distinct advantage

Jessica Alter Jack Dorsey’s announcement that Twitter will no longer run political ads because “political themes reach is due to be made , not bought” has been greeted as a astute and statesmanlike differentiate to Mark Zuckerberg’s and Facebook’s greedy…

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I ran digital ads for a presidential campaign, and Twitter is right to ban them

Aaron Bartnick single biggest expense outside of payroll. Yet these ads are terrible for campaigns, poisonous for republic and are even bad for the companies who earning off them. Last-place week, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey took a adventurous first step…

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Google launches cheaper Pixel 4 to undercut Apple’s iPhone

Smartphone comes with radar tech and is is participating in reworked Nest Mini, Pixelbook Go and other devices Google has launched its latest iPhone-competitor, the Pixel 4 and 4 XL, with brand-new radar technology, dual-camera and a lower price. Google’s…

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Silicon Valleys competing philosophies on tech ethics with The New Yorkers Andrew Marantz

“If Silicon Valley is going to keep telling itself the narration that the only uses of their technology will be the most optimistic, the most hopeful, “the worlds largest” salubrious, “the worlds largest” prosocial, ” New Yorker staff writer Andrew…

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Cracking the code on podcast advertising for customer acquisition

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Private search engine Qwants new CEO is Mozilla Europe veteran Tristan Nitot

French startup Qwant, whose non-tracking search engine has been gaining resistance in its dwelling grocery as a privacy-respecting alternative to Google, has made a change to its senior leadership team as it gears up for the next phase of growth….

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YouTube overhauls its problematic verification program

YouTube’s verification program is getting a massive renovation, the company announced today, which will likely result in a number of less pre-eminent pioneers losing their verification status. Previously, YouTube allowed any channel that reached 100,000 readers to request proof. That…

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Despite Brexit, UK startups can compete with Silicon Valley to win tech talent

Mehul Patel 500 million times a day, in 92 million conversationsWhile innovation endures in the midst of Brexit, data reveals that inventive business are losing the ability to attract parties from all over the world and are suffering from a…

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