Apple News attracts millions of monthly readers on iPhone and iPad, but some publishers have been reluctant to adopt the platform due to limited revenue and hassles placing ads alongside content. Fortunately for publishers, that could soon change.
Ad Age reports that Apple eventually plans to allow publishers to use the ad tech they already employ on their sites, such as Google’s DoubleClick for Publishers, to deliver third-party ads in the Apple News app.
The report, citing multip…
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Canon EOS M6 Continues to Expand Mirrorless Product Line
The Canon EOS M6 is the technical successor to the EOS M3. As such, it appears that Canon is realigning its rather confusing EOS M product naming scheme to mirror (if you will) its DSLR product line. After replacing the EOS M3, the M6 fits in the mid-range …
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Assembly company Wistron looking to expand India factories, possibly for future iPhone construction
and iPhone SE construction. Should the recent reports be accurate, it would mark the first time that Wistron has been used for the primary Apple phone, and not a cheaper alternative to the flagship, like the iPhone SE and iPhone 5c. If Apple chooses to …
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