With Nearby Friends, your location history is private to you and only you -- until the social network decides otherwise. Surprised? Don't be. Facebook is in the advertising business.
The micro-blogging site will now tailor its promoted tweets based on your location and device.
During the open period for voting on changes in Facebook's data use policy, the company's privacy executives field questions in a live Web Q&A -- but don't explain much.
A study has found UK broadband is a lot slower than advertised. But who are the worst culprits?
A new marketplace from Flite promises to make ads more relevant and interesting by taking advantage of cloud-oriented technologies.
Through the Web and mobile devices, advertisers nowadays can build rich, incisive profiles of who you are and what you want. I discuss this trend with Ad Age's Irina Slutsky and Media Survey's Sam Whitmore.
Many small-business owners have been disappointed in the return on their investment in Web ad programs, but Google Boost and other new services might help them attract new customers.
Starbucks, Lexus, and Budweiser are the first advertisers to sponsor the new ad-supported iPad platform from Internet radio provider Pandora.
Want to sell your tweets? Check out Brandfolium's Navid.
Australian music download website Guvera offers free music to its users — by bombarding them with the advertising campaigns of its sponsors.