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Explosive growth in video, a sense that the ad marketplace might have finally “figured out” mobile, the ability to discover previously unseen demand sources — publishers are seeing more channels and...
Looking back on what happened in digital media in 2015, it’s hard to summarize it, exactly. I keep thinking of something AdMonsters’ Publisher Rob Beeler said during our Publisher Forum in La Jolla...
The crowd is re-assembling at Estancia La Jolla on this, the second day of AdMonsters Publisher Forum 37 (you can check out the liveblog for the first day here -- there was a lot going on). We had a...
Looks like the AdMonsters editorial team chose just the right moment to get out of cloudy, autumnal New York City, and the right destination. La Jolla, CA is about as sunny and warm as any travel...
We’re two months past Sept. 1, the date when Google Chrome started detecting and pausing any Flash content it deemed “unimportant” to a page’s main content — in other words, Flash ads. Mozilla’s own...
Somehow I, Sir Casper of the Pasty People, escaped the South Carolina sun with only the slightest of burns on my ears and neck (yes, my redneck is so bad that I have to hide it with a mullet).Of...
I joked on a recent panel that one by one, verification, viewability and bot traffic became digital media panics; so what long-lingering issue is going to evolve into the next bit of ad tech hysteria...
Continuing our series of chats with leaders in the mobile ad ops space (check out our Q&A with Bryan Moffett, VP of Digital Strategy and Ad Operations for National Public Media) in...
  As a mobile ad network that developed across Asia-Pacific before launching in the U.S. and E.U. in 2010, InMobi boasts a unique perspective on the global mobile revolution and reaching...
In what has been called a posthumous win for Steve Jobs, who refused to add Flash to Apple devices, Adobe has halted development of Flash for mobile devices. This comes as a blow to Android devices,...
Dear AdMonsters, Let me start by saying that I am doing a session on this topic in Memphis next week. If you are going and will be joining the session, please send feedback before Monday and I can...
...Taylor made it very clear that there are two key high-level focuses for Facebook in 2011 from a technology perspective: HTML5 and mobile. And actually, as he sees them, those are both very much...
In a blog entry Thursday, HTML specification editor Ian Hickson announced that the HTML specification will no longer have a version number attached. The WHATWG version of the specification...
For reasons that are not immediately clear to me, it seems that a lot of developers who attended Microsoft's recent PDC event were surprised to hear that the company now sees HTML5 as the way forward...
Even though its Flash technology is used as a punching bag by Web standards fans, Adobe has been building tools that embrace HTML5. The company recently released its own HTML5 video player, and...
The title of this post is both a very old idea and a very new one. With the prevalence of fiber connectivity and pervasive broadband speeds, this year has been a hot one for bringing together the...
Oct 20, 2010 html5 Sarah Kirtcheff
n keeping with its recently accelerated release schedule, Google has released version 7 of its Chrome Web browser for Mac, Windows and Linux. The latest release of Chrome offers hundreds of bug fixes...
Editor's note: This article was provided by Jack Wallington, head of industry programmes, IAB UK and Lynne Hunt, head of ad operations, The Guardian. It is reposted from the IAB site with permission....
Oct 14, 2010 html5 Super Admin
Who's watching your back? If you're in enterprise IT, that's a question you're increasingly preoccupied with answering on several levels -- and it's likely the advent of HTML5 is amplifying your...
ADOTAS – The New York Times doesn’t ask developer Samy Kamkar if a million MySpace friends was worth three years of probation, the sentence he received after he unleashed the infamous Samy Worm,...
Worries over Internet privacy have spurred lawsuits, conspiracy theories and consumer anxiety as marketers and others invent new ways to track computer users on the Internet. But the alarmists have...
Xavier Facon is CTO at Crisp Wireless, a rich media advertising technology company based in New York City. He blogs regularly about ad technology and mobile best practices. Close to five years have...
ADOTAS – It’s no surprise that Apple has dropped the ball in creating and delivering iAds — they shouldn’t have entered the creative space in the first place. When Apple announced that they would be...
Sep 16, 2010 html5 Super Admin
Microsoft has launched the latest version of its Internet Explorer browser, promising faster websites and supporting HTML5. The technology giant unveiled the features of the browser last night, which...
Sep 13, 2010 html5 Super Admin
The Web is getting a makeover. HTML5, the not-yet-ratified update of digital media's standard language, is poised to become a game-changer for publishing, advertising, marketing, video, mobile...
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