Google's AdMob delighted with new Apple policies

CNET (blog) - Tom Krazit - 9 Sep, 2010
Google's Omar Hamoui (right) is pleased Apple no longer intends to ban services such as AdMob from the iPhone. Count Google's AdMob division ...

Apple's Revised App Policy Is Good News for Google's AdMob

Softpedia - 9 Sep, 2010
Google's AdMob acquisition sure wasn'ta smooth one. Challenged by the FTC, it took months to get the acquisition through. And just when everything seemed to ...

Google Approves of Apple's Non-Restrictive iAds Policy

Cult of Mac (blog) - Leander Kahney - 9 Sep, 2010
Apple is once again friends with Google, at least as far as mobile ads go. Google says its wholeheartedly ...

Google: 100 percent committed to developing ad solutions for iPhone

Mobile Burn - Todd Haselton - 9 Sep, 2010
Today Apple announced that it is relaxing its iOS Developer Program rules, and Google has already responded saying that Apple's move is "great news for ...

Google 'Pleased' with New Apple iPhone Developers Terms of Service

IntoMobile (blog) - 9 Sep, 2010
Earlier today, Apple posted its new terms and conditions for iOS developers and the world rejoiced as the Cupertino based company eased up on its ...

Google sees new iOS rules allowing AdMob ads

Electronista (blog) - 9 Sep, 2010
Google has responded to the recently revised iOS developer terms, saying this allows choice in who devs can use to make money from advertising. ...

Google cheers Apple's new developer licence agreement

Mobile Entertainment - Stuart Dredge - 9 Sep, 2010
Google's mobile advertising boss says Apple's latest Developer Program Licence Agreement gives Google and AdMob ...

Google 'pleased' with Apple's iOS license changes

AllNewsMac (press release) - Eric Stern - 9 Sep, 2010
In addition to the changes Apple made that affect development tools developers can use for iOS apps, the company also removed a restriction for the iOS ...

Google Breathes A Sigh Of Relief After Reading Apple's New Developer Agreement

TechCrunch - 9 Sep, 2010
This morning's somewhat vague statement by Apple on updates to it's developer agreement brought a flurry of questions. Did Apple just allow Flash-powered ...

Google to Apple: Thanks for Playing Nicely!

All Things Digital (blog) - Peter Kafka - 9 Sep, 2010
Now that Apple (AAPL) has formally let Google's AdMob into its iPhone/iPod/iPad platform, Google has posted a thank you note, via a blog post ...

on Android

Java World - Oleg Mikheev - 9 Sep, 2010
Diverted from my family affairs by the notorious Oracle-Google lawsuit I decided to take a look at the current state of Android from my perspective. ...

Pressure on iOS is rising in the race for smartphone success

Telecoms.com (blog) - Gavin Byrne - 9 Sep, 2010
The mobile handset OS market has changed greatly in the last three years. The most striking shifts in the OS landscape have occurred in the smartphone ...

Google Faces Tough Fight Against iTunes

Internet Evolution - Ron Miller - 9 Sep, 2010
Ever since Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) hinted at an online music service similar to iTunes at the Google I/O conference in May, stories have been surfacing about ...

Barbara E. Hernandez

Good Gear Guide - 9 Sep, 2010
Google unveiled on Wednesday its much hinted-at Google Instant, a search engine display that shows results as you type, even predicting what you want before ...

Google is About to Make Some Serious Money off of the iPhone

iPhone Download Blog (blog) - 9 Sep, 2010
by Ethan on September 8th, 2010 Have you ever wondered why Google allowed the iPhone and other iOS devices to use their maps? It turns out that allowing the ...

Nerd Alert: God Exists And Her Name is Google

Complex.com (blog) - ‎Sep 8, 2010‎
Today, Google launched Google Instant, a technology that can save you between 2 and 5 seconds per search! Hot damn. More fuel for the Church of Google's ...

AAPL May Yield a Bumper Crop This Fall

MacNewsWorld - Richard Adhikari - ‎Sep 8, 2010‎
Though Apple shares have gained a bit since the company's iPod event last week, the new hardware hasn't exactly catalyzed an AAPL ...

 

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