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Marin Software Adds Support For Google Shopping Campaigns

Marin Software has added support for Google Shopping Campaigns, which will become the only way to manage Product Listing Ads (PLAs) in AdWords beginning in late August. The dynamic campaigns tool in the Marin platform automates Shopping Campaign creation and optimization. Advertisers can automate…



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Google’s New AdWords Editor Version Offers Shopping Campaigns Support, More Display Targeting Options

Roughly a month ahead of the rollover to Shopping Campaigns, Google has released a new version of AdWords Editor that supports the new campaign type. Google announced the old style of PLA campaigns will be shut down at some point in late August. Note that support is limited to editing Shopping…



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Bing Ads Doubles Number Of Keywords Advertisers Can Review In UI To Support Larger Accounts

Bing Ads has taken another step toward supporting larger accounts. Yesterday the ad network announced it had updated its user interface so that advertisers can now review accounts with up to 100,000 keywords in the Keyword Tab. As part of the updates, ad groups and tabs have also been configured to…



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Seo In Guk shows his support for his labelmates VIXX’s comeback – allkpop


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Seo In Guk shows his support for his labelmates VIXX's comeback
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Seo In Guk is currently busy filming his tvN drama 'High School King', which premieres on the 16th, while VIXX are also busy preparing for their sold-out first solo concert, 'VIXX LIVE FANTASIA [HEX SIGN]', which kicks off at Olympic Park – Olympic

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Creating Supplemental Content to Support the Main Course: The Talking Dead

Much to the dismay of fans, another season of AMC hit The Walking Dead has recently concluded. Love it or hate it, the show is clearly revolutionizing digital marketing. The fact that the show that builds off of suspense and thrill is not what has been drawing the attention, it’s the after show called The Talking Dead is what does it all. Every Hero Needs a Sidekick For those that may be unfamiliar, The Talking Dead is a show that starts right after every new episode of The Walking Dead. This show does what we all have been waiting for; […]

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Google AdWords To Drop Support For IE9 This Month

If you’re among the 8 percent of Internet Explorer users still on IE9, you’ll soon have to seek out an alternative way to access AdWords. Google announced Tuesday, that as of June 30, 2014, AdWords will no longer support IE9. Google regularly ditches AdWords support for legacy browser…



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See Ya, iPhone 4: Apple Drops Support For A Phone That Sold Millions

At Monday’s keynote at the Worldwide Developers Conference, a showcase for its latest software, Apple executives didn’t drop a hint of “one more thing,” as the company’s late cofounder Steve Jobs used to do years ago. But there was indeed one more thing—a bit of bad news for owners of older Apple phones.

When Craig Federighi, Apple’s software chief, pulled up the names of devices capable of running iOS 8, the next mobile software for iPhones and iPads set to launch this fall, the iPhone 4 was not among them, MacRumors noticed.

The iPhone 4, which more or less defined a look for modern iPhones that Apple has only subtly tweaked, sold 1.7 million units in its first three days on sale in 2010, and continued to sell briskly alongside more modern models, especially in price-sensitive developing markets. 

Apple executive Craig Federighi quietly gave the iPhone 4 the ax on Monday at WWDC.

Apple executive Craig Federighi quietly gave the iPhone 4 the ax on Monday at WWDC.

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The list of iOS 8-capable devices Federighi displayed at WWDC included:

  • iPhone 4s
  • iPhone 5
  • iPhone 5c
  • iPhone 5s
  • iPod touch 5th generation
  • iPad 2
  • iPad 4
  • iPad Air
  • iPad Mini
  • iPad mini with Retina Display

This is not entirely a surprise. The iPhone 4 had trouble running iOS 7. It’s three generations behind at this point. Apple released software tweaks under iOS 7.1 to address some of those performance issues for the iPhone 4, but the company appears to be cutting the gadget loose now.

Apple will continue supporting the iPhone 4s, which it still sells at retail, even though it, too, had trouble dealing with iOS 7.

In some emerging markets like India, Apple reintroduced the iPhone 4 as a low-end device to compete with cheap Android smartphones. It discontinued the device once more in May, according to reports, though some Apple resellers apparently still stock it.

What About The 4S?

If you have an iPhone 4, it’s time to face facts: Your phone is not going to benefit from any of the new software improvements Apple’s bringing out. If you mostly use it for texting, email, and Web browsing, that may be fine. But if you’re a heavy user of popular apps, you may find that you’re missing new must-have features in the apps you love.

The only way you’ll get the changes Apple just unleashed—including changeable keyboards, revamped Messages and the new Health app, among other things—will be to purchase a new handset.

If you have an iPhone 4s, you’ll want to think long and hard about updating that phone when iOS 8 comes out—because those updates may come at a cost to performance that you find unacceptable.

If you think about it, dropping support for these earlier models is a clever way for Apple to get hardware laggards to upgrade their devices in the otherwise-slow summer months before it’s set to unveil new phones, as Apple typically does in the early fall.

Photo by William Hook; image of Federighi via Apple

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Apple To Support Third Party Widgets, Keyboards For The First Time

Apple is opening the floodgates to third party widgets and keyboards on iOS.

Users will be able to access widgets directly in the notification center on iPhone. What’s more, these widgets can come from third parties, not just Apple itself.

As further indication of a less controlling, more relaxed era for Apple, the company is allowing third party keyboards on iPhones for the first time. Third party keyboards like Swype and Swiftkey, which speed up typing by predicting next words and allowing users to “swipe” an onscreen keyboard instead of typing, have been a staple of the Android marketplace for years. But iPhone users’ pleas for alternatives to Apple’s stock keyboard have long fallen on deaf ears.

Until now. Third party keyboards won’t simply be begrudgingly accepted but encouraged, if the company’s WWDC keynote is any indication. Apple is now presenting users’ ability to install any third party keyboard, app, or widget as a major advantage of iOS8.

Apple did not name any particular third party keyboards that will be available on iOS, but it did announce a “predictive typing” keyboard of its own called QuickType. According to Apple, QuickType will observe the way you type and learn to suggest your likely next word. 

Photo courtesy of Swype

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Google Play Introduces PayPal Support

In a blog post Thursday, Google announced it will support PayPal as a payment option for Google Play purchases starting in 12 countries, including the U.S., UK, Germany, Canada, Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands and Spain. 

For those Google Play customers, PayPal will now appear as a purchasing option in one’s Google Wallet, which is Google’s mobile solution for storing and spending with credit, debit, gift and loyalty cards; users need only enter their credentials at checkout to purchase with PayPal.

Google also announced expanded support for carrier billing—the ability to place Google Play purchases on one’s phone bill—as well as Google Play developer support in 13 new countries and buyer currency support in 28 new countries, which means developers can now tailor pricing for their apps in up to 60 different countries.

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Marin Software Stakes Claim as First Google API Partner to Support RLSA

Marin Software is the first Google API partner to support the new retargeting technology.

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