Apple's iAds are now running on the company's iPad. Unilever and the NCAA will be the first on the platform with other companies following in the coming weeks.
Apple's mobile-advertising platform is now being offered to ad buyers in bigger blocks that can then be doled out in smaller allotments.
Microsoft has declared WebGL unfit for 3D Web graphics duty, but Apple will support it for its ad service on iOS 5.
Apple is softening its approach to its in-app iAds programme, which could spell more ads for us buyers of apps. So is that a good thing?
The company's new ad-serving program debuts on iOS 4 devices. Here's a peek at some of the first in-app ads, which include those from Nissan Motor and Unilever.
In today's episode, we follow the Apple live-stream for earth shattering iPhone OS additions like multitasking (woo!), an interactive ad platform (woo!), and an innovative new app organization structure called ... Folders (WTF?). Also, the UK rushes through a big online piracy law, so that's going to end well, and Google Voice may be coming to the desktop.
A company that helped advise Web ad firm that sued Apple for trademark infringement briefly posted note saying Apple paid seven figures in a deal earlier this year.
The Wall Street Journal reports that iAds may appear in iBooks as publishers watch their profits dwindle amid technology advances like Apple's iPad.
At least two iPhone developers give Apple's new advertising network high marks for its design and implementation.
An application released by Apple yesterday that lets users browse iAd campaigns and save ads they like has been discovered to be breaking Apple's own App Store guidelines.