Facebook is now testing an ad unit that allows developers to drive app installs

Facebook is now testing an ad unit that allows developers to drive app installs

thenextweb.com
Yes, we’re all aware that Facebook has to figure out how to monetize its powerful mobile platform. Facebook is clearly aware of this too, as it has just announced a new beta ad unit that lets developers drive app installs. Here’s what Facebook had to say about it: Facebook has...
Facebook is now testing an ad unit that allows developers to drive app installs
                                     

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9to5google.com
In a Google Plus remark, Google said that it would block all facial recognition apps from Google Glasses Glass and Facial Recognition When we started the Explorer Program nearly a year ago our goal was simple: we wanted to make people active participants in shaping the future of this technology...
Google prepares for first consumer Glass adoption by banning face recognition apps (until privacy protections can be enforced)

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GitHub Announces Octokit, The Official Way To Build Using The GitHub API

techcrunch.com
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Twitter’s Director of Platform Ryan Sarver has announced that he will be leaving the company on June 28. He has not announced any plans yet on what he’ll be doing in the future. After four incredible, indelible years at Twitter the time has come for me to fly the coop....
After 4 years, Twitter's Platform director Ryan Sarver to leave the company on June 28

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