Twitter Allows Targeting of Mobile Ads to Specific Smartphone Platforms
Twitter has announced that it is now allowing ads from its ad platform called Promoted Tweets to be sent to BlackBerry users. At the same time, the company is announcing that you can also now control the specific operating system your ads are targeted to.
Advertisers can choose to target any or all of the following categories: desktop and laptop computers, iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and other mobile devices. Presumably, that other mobile devices category will catch things such as Web OS and Symbian.
Most of us can trace back the recent history of smartphones through a plethora of Androids, iPhones, and Blackberrys. Maybe you recall a nascent phone-PDA hybrid from Palm or Kyocera. But I bet you don't remember the IBM Simon, the world's first smartphone, which hit the streets 20 y ... Source: GizmodoFull article at: Gizmodo5 days ago, 12:00pm CDT
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Linda Cohn Files Lawsuit Against New York Ice Rink
ESPN broadcaster Linda Cohn is filing a lawsuit against a New York ice rink after a group of kids pushed a heavy coin machine which allegedly fell on her, resulting in a huge gash that required 25 stitches.
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