Publishers who run AdSense ads alongside their content get to keep 68 percent of revenue generated by those ads, Google has revealed for the first time.
Android developers are beginning to monetize their applications and games with mobile ad units.
More than a year after its $23 million purchase of AdScape Media, the search giant finally gets into the crowded in-game advertising field.
Google's ad distribution network is coming to the iPhone and Android phones, giving developers--and Google--another way to cash in on mobile growth.
Mobile Web publishers had been able to sell small mobile ads on their sites. A new AdSense program lets them serve larger ads suitable for smartphones.
Blog publishers can now monetize their RSS feeds with AdSense for Feeds, a carryover from Google's acquisition of FeedBurner last year.
Google's ad services allow anyone to put advertisements up on their site.
People in the U.S. now can sign up for the company's service for placing ads chosen on the basis of Web site content.
Also: Zugara has launched an online app to design a Twitter background; U2 launched its new album on MySpace; the OpenID Foundation has a new executive director; and ProPay has a new encrypted payment service.
A program to put ads on online publications and share revenue is closing in Europe, but Yahoo will keep Content Match in the U.S.