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AppsFlyer: Mobile app and game fraud has dropped 30% to $1.6...

VentureBeat reports: "AppsFlyer said mobile app and game fraud was $1.6 billion in the first six months of 2020, down 30% from a year...

Twitter Likely to Start Testing Ad-Free Subscriptions Later in 2020

Variety reports: "Would you pay for a zero-ads version of Twitter? The social network will “likely” launch a test of a subscription version later...

The tech antitrust hearing is shaping up to be one for...

The Verge reports: "On Monday at noon ET, one of the more notable Congressional hearings in Silicon Valley history is set to take place....

This Week In XR: Snap AR Owns Mobile, Apple Glass Teased...

Forbes reports: "Snap continues growth despite shrinking advertising budgets. In its quarterly call with stock analysts the company emphasized its dominance of mobile augmented...

Pandora wants you to talk to its ads

The Verge reports: "Pandora wants you to talk to its ads. The company is expanding on its voice control features today with a beta...

Apple defends its controlled ecosystem in the face of antitrust investigation

Gamesindustry.biz reports: "Apple has responded to complaints about its App Store ecosystem, emphasizing that its rules and policies are in line with those of...

Nintendo isn’t throwing in the towel on mobile just yet

Gamesindustry.biz reports: "Despite a seeming wane in interest in its mobile business, Nintendo is telling shareholders at least that it's not out of the...

Digital Devices Hit ‘Inevitable’ Milestone, Passing Analog in Listening Time for...

Billboard reports: "Digital devices are now the dominant method of listening to music, and the coronavirus seems to be behind the latest growth wave." Read...

Twitter and the big bitcoin scam: what happened next

The Verge reports: "On July 15th, multiple verified Twitter accounts associated with public figures and companies were hijacked and tweeted out a bitcoin scam." Read...

Instagram’s TikTok competitor is coming to the US next month

The Verge reports: "Instagram plans to launch its TikTok clone in the US and more than 50 other countries within weeks, NBC News reported...