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  • Amazon Leads Boom In Virtual Assistants, With Apple Way Behind
    At least the for time being, Amazon dominates this new category. Yet with Apple's eventual entry into the marketplace and Google's continued investment in the space, eMarketer doesn't expect Amazon to rule the smart-speaker roost forever.
  • Identifying Mobile Shoppers A Top Priority For 70% Of Retailers
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    Apple sold 50.8 million phones during the quarter ended April 1, down from 51.2 million sold during Q2 2016. Yet Apple actually made more money from phone sales -- $33.2 billion, which was up from $32.9 billion -- meaning that the company is now making more moola per device.
  • Facebook Touts Instagram's Growth
    Instagram has surpassed 700 million monthly active users, the Facebook unit recently announced. And according to internal calculations, the social network is adding MAUs at a record rate.
  • Viewability Is Mobile Marketing's Achilles Heel
    Mobile advertising has now overtaken desktop in both the UK and U.S., according to the respective IAB figures. There's just one problem -- viewability.
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    Cyber criminals are far less likely to pose as mobile users than desktop users -- at least for the moment. Android remains the preferred mobile platform for cyber criminals, per a recent report.
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