• Consumers Expect Better Digital Services From Brands -- Or Else
    A majority of consumers (54%) now place a higher value on their digital interactions with brands over physical interactions.
  • TikTok Responds To Allegations Of Political Censorship
    TikTok owner, Beijing-based ByteDance, released a statement insisting censoring content guidelines are no longer used.
  • Consumers Choosing More News Content Now
    Those turned off by offensive content say it's more likely to come from users' social media posts than news sites.
  • Paid App Installs Rise, Mid-Core Games Enjoy Massive Growth
    Many marketers plan to continue pumping more ad dollars into mobile this year, per the latest app trends report from Adjust.
  • Facebook Adds More User Controls Of Facial Recognition
    Example: If users turn on the face-recognition setting, they'll get an alert when anyone uploads a photo of them, with or without a tag.
  • Academic Research On Social's Effects On Elections Stymied By Facebook
    The Social Science Research Council is accusing Facebook of jeopardizing an existing data-sharing initiative.
  • Study: 3 Google Properties Top List Of Most Valuable Apps
    Most consumers surveyed would only shell out $4.20 per month for YouTube --- and that's more than any other app on the market.
  • Twitter Lets Users Tailor Feeds By Topic
    Using its own machine-learning technology, Twitter plans to determine what tweets belong in what topic categories. It intends to eventually offer an infinite array of topic feeds.
  • 40% Of Back-To-School Shoppers Use Smartphones For In-Store Research
    But 38% still plan to shop in physical stores as well as online, per an AdColony study.
  • Spotify: Paid Subs Up 30%, But Misses Analysts Expectations
    Spotify said its student-focused product failed to attract as many paid subscriptions as anticipated.
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