It’s apparently already been pretty successful, with Angry Birds developer Rovio saying it’d seen a “70 percent lift in day seven return on ad spend,” during early tests. All that to say, people are responding positively to the feature. The functionality is rolling out to all advertisers starting today, so you can expect to see them showing up in your Feed sooner rather than later.
Google’s work in artificial intelligence is moving at a remarkable pace in the health sector. In a recent breakthrough, Google decided to compete with hospital’s old machines to predict a patient’s death and came up with astonishing results, subtly hinting us about the future of A.I. As first reported by Bloomberg, Google tested out its brilliantly performing […]
The topics cover things like sports, TV and movies, plus there’s a new “For You” section that shows a special collection of personalized posts, based on your interests and past behaviors. The F8 announcement also touched on video chat and group video chat, but these features haven’t appeared yet. The redesigned Explore tab, however, is […]
We’ve asked Tesla if it can confirm the reports. The company is expected to release its production numbers for the second quarter within days, though, so it may verify (or shoot down) the claim before long. There’s no question that Tesla’s production rate has been improving. It was up to 3,500 per week in mid-June […]