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Top Stories: Beats Studio Buds Announced, Apple Watch Series 7 Rumors, and More

The Apple news cycle started to move beyond WWDC this week, but that doesn't mean there still wasn't a lot to talk about, led by the official debut of the much-leaked Beats Studio Buds that might give us a hint of what to expect for the second-generation AirPods Pro. With no hardware announcements at WWDC, we also took a look at when we might finally see the long-rumored redesigned MacBook Pro models, while Apple this week launched its annual Back to School promo in the U.S. and Canada. Other...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Youtube, US, Bloomberg, Canada, United States, Top Stories, Mark Gurman, Wwdc, Macbook Pro, U S, Debby Wu, MacRumors Newsletter Each


YouTube Will Roll Out Picture-in-Picture Support to iOS Users Starting with Premium Subscribers

At long last, the YouTube app on iOS is getting picture-in-picture support, allowing users to continue watching videos in a small pop-up window while scrolling on their iPhones and iPads.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Science, Youtube, Smartphones, Ipads, Software, Computing, Tablet Computers, Operating Systems, Ios 9, Alphabet Inc, iPad 2, YouTube Premium, Mobile Operating Systems


5 tips for brands that want to succeed in the new era of influencer marketing

Eric Dahan Contributor Share on Twitter Eric Dahan is co-founder and CEO of Open Influence, one of the first agencies to embrace influencer marketing. If I told you a decade ago that a spin bike would be a social community, you’d have had a good laugh. But that’s precisely what Peloton is: A spin bike with a social community where the instructors are the influencers. Peloton is just one example of how social is being integrat...
Tags: Social, Column, Celebrity, Advertising Tech, Youtube, Marketing, Social Media, Tech, Influencer Marketing, Patreon, Online Advertising, Peloton, Eric Dahan, Tiktok, EC Column, EC Marketing Tech


How to use Google's Nearby Share feature to send files wirelessly between Android devices and Chromebooks

Nearby Share lets you easily share photos, links, and more. Samsung Google's Nearby Share feature lets you send files wirelessly between Android devices and Chromebooks. To use Nearby Share, you'll first need to enable it in your device's Settings menu. Once enabled, you'll see the Nearby Share option whenever you try to share a file. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Apple users are familiar with AirDrop, the feature that lets you share files and...
Tags: Apple, Google, Android, Bluetooth, Youtube, Trends, Chromebook, ChromeOS, Tech Insider, Samsung Google, Nearby Share, Tech Reference, Software & Apps (Reference, Tech How To, William Antonelli, Google Nearby Share


Instagram’s TikTok rival, Reels, rolls out ads worldwide

Instagram Reels are getting ads. The company announced today it’s launching ads in its short-form video platform and TikTok rival, Reels, to businesses and advertisers worldwide. The ads will be up to 30 seconds in length, like Reels themselves, and vertical in format, similar to ads found in Instagram Stories. Also like Reels, the new ads will loop, and people will be able to like, comment, and save them, the same as other Reels videos. The company had previously tested Reels ads in select mark...
Tags: Social, Mobile, Apps, Video, Instagram, Advertising Tech, Australia, Youtube, Advertising, Tech, Social Media Marketing, Bloomberg, Mobile Software, Video Hosting, Online Advertising, Digital Marketing


Google updates its kids online safety curriculum with lessons on gaming, video and more

Google announced today it’s updating and expanding its digital safety and citizenship curriculum called Be Internet Awesome, which is aimed at helping school-aged children learn to navigate the internet responsibly. First introduced four years ago, the curriculum now reaches 30 countries and millions of kids, says Google. In the update rolling out today, Google has added nearly a dozen more lessons for parents and educators that tackle areas like online gaming, search engines, video consumption,...
Tags: Google, TC, Bullying, Youtube, Articles, Google Search, Tech, Search Engines, Abuse, Digital Media, New Hampshire, Cyberbullying, Parental Controls, Online Games, University of New Hampshire, Online Gaming


Made Music Studios Wants to Help Brands Avoid Hitting Sour Notes on Sonic Branding

Most advertising pros immediately recognize the 2020 mashup from YouTube creator Microsoft Sam called, "Every Covid-19 Commercial is Exactly the Same." It's a compilation of somber brand spots, from Apple to Uber, backed by nearly-identical "sad piano" soundtracks. Don't let this be you. That was one takeaway from a Tuesday session of Adweek at Home...
Tags: Apple, Youtube, Advertising, Adweek, Cannes Lions, Don, Microsoft Sam


10 things in tech: YouTube's ad ban, Elon Musk's house, AI salaries revealed

Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here.Let's get started.1. YouTube has banned ads for politics, alcohol, and prescription drugs from its homepage banner. Gambling-related ads, such as sports betting and casino games, will also be barred from the coveted - and pricey - ad spot. 2. Looking for a house? Maybe you can buy Elon Musk's. The Tesla CEO said he's selling his last home to help fund a Mars colony. From his tweet, it seems th...
Tags: Apple, Elon Musk, Microsoft, Youtube, Newsletter, Trends, Tech, Tesla, Netflix, Bitcoin, Arizona, Jeff Bezos, Bezos, Newsletters, Tech Insider, 10 Things In Tech


Tim Cook Highlights Apple's iOS 15 Privacy Protections in New Video for European Audiences

Apple has published a new video to its official regional YouTube channels for European countries that focuses specifically on the new privacy features coming with iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. The video, simply titled "Privacy," opens with CEO Tim Cook speaking to the camera and explaining Apple's long-standing stance on the topic: At Apple, we believe privacy is a fundamental human right. We work relentlessly to build it into everything we make, and it's fundamental to how we design and engineer eve...
Tags: Apple, Europe, Cook, Youtube, Siri, Tim Cook, Apple privacy, Privacy Nutrition Labels, Tim Cook Europe Apple


YouTube Bans Ads for Politics, Alcohol, Drugs and Gambling on Homepage

YouTube will no longer sell ads for certain categories — including politics and alcohol — on its homepage, which Google says it the internet giant’s highest profile advertising real estate. YouTube’s “masthead” ads appear at the top of the YouTube homepage — which is “the most prominent Google advertising placement available to advertisers,” according to […]
Tags: Google, News, Youtube


YouTube Bans Political Ads From Its Top Ad Spot

YouTube updated its on Monday to ban any ads featuring gambling, alcohol, prescription drugs, and political content from prominently playing at the top of its homepage. Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Youtube, Advertising, Marketing, Companies, World Wide Web, Online Advertising, Trump, Alphabet Inc, Business Finance, Entertainment Culture, Technology Internet


YouTube is banning ads for politics, alcohol, gambling, and prescription drugs from its highly visible homepage banner

Sean Gallup/Getty Images YouTube is banning a handful of topics from its main advertising space. The company in 2019 stopped letting advertisers reserve full-day ad spots on its homepage. Google and other tech platform have been fielding pushback over political ads in recent years. See more stories on Insider's business page. YouTube is banning advertisements about a handful of topics from its highly visible masthead ad unit.Political and election ads will no longer be accepted for pl...
Tags: Google, Politics, News, Youtube, Advertising, Trends, Social Media, Joe Biden, Google Google, Sean Gallup Getty, Tech Insider, Axios, Katie Canales


Apple Promotes iPad Pro in New Ad With 'The Little Mermaid' Musical Spin

In a currently unlisted ad on YouTube, Apple is promoting the versatility, portability, and power of the M1 iPad Pro in a fun musical inspired by The Little Mermaid's "Part of Your World" soundtrack. In the ad, which features the main character using an ‌M1‌ ‌iPad Pro‌, Magic Keyboard, and Apple Pencil, multiple users can be seen struggling with their old PCs indoors while hoping that they can someday use an ‌iPad Pro‌ instead. The lyrics and soundtrack of the ad are completely based around The...
Tags: Apple, Youtube, Magic Keyboard, Apple Ads, YouTube Apple


Why the Music Industry Doesn't Hate YouTube Any More

Today is Record Store Day, an annual event celebrating the culture of independently-owned record stores. And music industry players have said they actually got more money from the sale of vinyl records than they do from YouTube. But is that changing? The New York Times reports those figures are from a time when YouTube was only selling ads on (or beside) music videos and then sharing that cash with the record labels and performs: Fast forward to last week, when YouTube disclosed that it paid ...
Tags: Spotify, Youtube, Tech, Pandora, New York Times, Bloomberg News, Spotify YouTube, Lucas Shaw


Religion events in the San Fernando Valley area, June 12-19

  Northridge United Methodist Church, 9650 Reseda Blvd., is opening up for in-person Sunday services with a registration in advance. (Google Street View)   Here is a sampling of indoor, outdoor and online religious services in the San Fernando Valley area.   Temple Beth Hillel services: Havdalah online, 8 p.m. June 12 (click on the Facebook link here: bit.ly/3gvhkdq). Shabbat service, 7 p.m. June 18 (bit.ly/3xl0iWt). The Reform Jewish temple is in Valley Village. 818-763-9148. tbhla.org Thi...
Tags: Google, Facebook, California, Youtube, La, Religion, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Tim Clark, Community, Venice, Local News, Corinthians, Samuel, Mark


YouTube has blocked Sen. Ron Johnson for 7 days after it removed a video of him spreading coronavirus misinformation

Republican Sen. Ron Johnson. Drew Angerer/Getty Images YouTube has suspended Sen. Ron Johnson's account for spreading medical misinformation. The company specifically prohibits content that contradicts public-health guidance. The Republican routinely holds Senate hearings where he promotes baseless conspiracy theories. See more stories on Insider's business page. Sen. Ron Johnson has been suspended from YouTube for a week after his account uploaded a video of him spreading medical ...
Tags: Google, Florida, Politics, Youtube, Senate, Trends, Social Media, New York Times, Wisconsin, Republican Party, Johnson, Politicians, Donald Trump, Wall Street Journal, Ron Johnson, Misinformation


YouTube has blocked Senator Ron Johnson for 7 days after it removed a video of him spreading coronavirus treatment misinformation

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) speaks to reporters and tells them why he is against a January 6 commission. Drew Angerer/Getty Images YouTube has suspended Senator Ron Johnson's account for spreading medical misinformation. The company specifically prohibits content that contradicts public health guidance. The Republican routinely holds Senate hearings where he promotes baseless conspiracy theories. See more stories on Insider's business page. Senator Ron Johnson has been suspended from Y...
Tags: Google, Florida, Politics, Youtube, Senate, US, Trends, Social Media, New York Times, Wisconsin, Republican Party, Johnson, Politicians, Times, Donald Trump, Wall Street Journal


4 Creative Side Hustles You Can Try in 2021

Many aspiring entrepreneurs believe that going “all in” and quitting their jobs is the only way to build a successful business. But what if I told you the web presents ample opportunities to earn handsome cash on the side — you just need to find one that fits your skill sets. With a mostly “online” 2021 in stores for us, I’ve got four content-based, creative side hustles that can help you earn some nice income on top of your day job. Let’s first answer a common question about starting side busin...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Business, Steve Jobs, Youtube, India, Startup, Netflix, Harvard University, Right Now, Host, Scott Young, Steve Wozniak, Dave Gerhardt


YouTube faces more brand-safety backlash from advertisers

Hi and welcome to Insider Advertising for June 11. I'm senior advertising reporter Lauren Johnson, and here's what's going on:Programming note: This is the last daily edition of the newsletter. Thank you for reading! We'll be taking a break for the next few weeks, but we'll be back in inboxes in July - as a weekly newsletter from our colleague Lara O'Reilly. See you then. YouTube ad backlash.The antitrust lawyer fighting Google.Top McDonald's PR exec leaves.Tips, comm...
Tags: Google, Media, Youtube, France, Advertising, US, Newsletter, Trends, Netflix, McDonald, NFT, Newsletters, Lara, Tovar, Kate Taylor, Fred DeLuca


Atomic-backed Jumpcut uses data to advance diversity in film

Jumpcut founder Kartik Hosanagar is a professor at the Wharton School, but about ten years ago, he spent his summer in an unlikely way: he wrote a screenplay. Set in India, his script garnered some interest from producers, but no one took the plunge to fund a film by a first-time Indian director. Now, films featuring diverse casts are gaining traction – this year, Chloé Zhao became the first woman of color, and only the second woman ever, to win the Academy Award for Best Director. At the previo...
Tags: Startups, TC, Chuck, Hollywood, Media, Buzzfeed, Youtube, India, Funding, Disney, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Netflix, Asia Pacific, Sony, Cbs


Google isn't blocking searches for the 'lab leak' theory as the coronavirus' origin is being investigated, but it prioritizes 'authoritative' results to avoid leading users to misinformation

The P4 laboratory at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan in China's central Hubei province, April 17, 2020. HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP via Getty Images Google's health lead David Feinberg said the firm aims not to lead people to non-authoritative info. That includes on searches for the "lab leak" theory as the coronavirus' origin is investigated. Biden set a 90-day deadline for intelligence officials to report the likely origin of COVID-19. See more stories on Insider's busine...
Tags: Google, Science, News, Youtube, China, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Ap, Healthcare, Who, World Health Organization, Biden, Wuhan, WSJ, Hubei


Apple might’ve leaked the ‘M1X MacBook Pro’ on YouTube, and no one noticed

Here’s a fascinating little mystery. Going into WWDC 2021, it seemed quite likely Apple would announce the rumored redesigned MacBook Pro, along with a more powerful update to the M1 processor, perhaps called the M2. That didn’t happen, so many concluded the leakers just got it wrong this time. But then @maxbalzer_ on Twitter noticed something interesting about the WWDC live stream on YouTube: Apple tagged it with the keywords ‘M1X’ and ‘M1X MacBook Pro.’ OK OK OK Everyone stay calm… but I just ...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Youtube, Macbook Pro, Insider, Plugged


Google does not auto-fill some searches like 'coronavirus lab leak' in part to avoid leading users to results that aren't 'authoritative', according to the head of Google's health division

The P4 laboratory at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan in China's central Hubei province, April 17, 2020. HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP via Getty Images Google does not auto-populate searches for "coronavirus lab leak." Google's health lead David Feinberg said the firm aims not to lead people to non-authoritative info. Biden set a 90-day deadline for intelligence officials to report the likely origin of COVID-19. See more stories on Insider's business page. The head of Google's...
Tags: Google, Science, News, Youtube, China, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Ap, Healthcare, Who, World Health Organization, Biden, Wuhan, WSJ, Hubei


Google doesn't auto-fill searches for the lab leak theory to avoid leading users to results that aren't 'authoritative,' according to the head of Google's health division

The P4 laboratory at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan in China's central Hubei province, April 17, 2020. HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP via Getty Images Google does not auto-populate searches for "coronavirus lab leak" to curb misinformation. Google's health lead David Feinberg said the firm does not want to lead people to non-authoritative info. Biden set a 90-day deadline for intelligence officials to report the likely origin of COVID-19. See more stories on Insider's business pa...
Tags: Google, Science, News, Youtube, China, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Ap, Healthcare, Who, Biden, Wuhan, WSJ, Hubei, Feinberg


Instagram adds affiliate and shop features for creators

As Apple hosts their annual Worldwide Developers Conference, Instagram and Facebook chose this moment to pilot their first-ever Creator Week. This three-day event is geared toward aspiring and emerging digital creators, complete with 9:45 AM virtual DJ sets and panels on “Algorithm Mythbusting” and raising “zillions for a nonprofit you care about.” During the first day of the event, Mark Zuckerberg made an announcement introducing new ways for creators to make money. In the coming months, Instag...
Tags: Apple, Social, TC, Facebook, Ecommerce, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Youtube, Tech, E-commerce, Software, United States, Conference, Video Hosting, Zuckerberg, Partner


Vivaldi 4.0 launches with built-in email and calendar clients, RSS reader

Vivaldi has always been one of the more interesting of the Chromium-based browsers, in no small part thanks to its emphasis on building tools for power users in a privacy-centric package, but also because of its pedigree, with Opera’s outspoken former CEO Jon von Tetzchner as its co-founder and CEO. Today, the Vivaldi team is launching version 4.0 of its browser and with that, it’s introducing a slew of new features that, among many other things, include the beta of new built-in mail, calendar a...
Tags: Google, TC, Microsoft, Youtube, Tech, Browsers, Google Translate, Vivaldi, Jon Von Tetzchner, von Tetzchner, Tetzchner, LingvaNex, Vivaldi Mail, Vivaldi Translate, Lingvanex Vivaldi, Netscape Navigator and Opera


How to download and use the YouTube app on Roku

There are a few different ways to watch YouTube on your Roku. Fertnig/Getty Images You can use the Roku YouTube app to watch nearly any YouTube video, make playlists, and more. The YouTube app on Roku supports multiple user accounts, and is easy to set up. The YouTube TV app is no longer available to download on Roku, but you can access it through the regular YouTube app. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. YouTube started out as a free-to-watch platform and has ad...
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Russia Puts the Squeeze on Social Media to Police Its Critics

Russia's government was quick to use social media when it tried to steer the course of U.S. elections, American officials say. It isn't quite as eager to see its own opponents at home try the same thing. From a report: Ahead of a parliamentary vote later this year, the Kremlin has been fine-tuning its strategy to pressure platforms such as Twitter, YouTube and TikTok to remove antigovernment content, classifying a growing number of posts as illegal and issuing a flurry of takedown requests. So f...
Tags: Google, Youtube, China, Russia, Tech, Moscow, Kremlin, Twitter YouTube, TikTok Twitter, Squeeze on Social Media


10 Best YouTube Keyword Tools to Increase Video Reach

Want to know which are the best YouTube keyword tools?  In this article, we’ll go through free and paid tools that can help you find keywords for your content. We’ll also be telling you the pros and cons of the tools, and the types of users they’re best for. By the end of the article, you’ll know exactly which YouTube keyword tool is the right one for you, and what you can use it for.  Let’s get started. What Are YouTube Keywords? YouTube keywords are words that contextualize yo...
Tags: Google, Movies, Youtube, Google Trends, Youtube Video, Cpc, Ahrefs, Google YouTube, Semrush, YouTube SEO, Keywordtool io KeywordTool, Google Trends Google Trends, Video SEO, Keyword Tools, Keyword Magic Tool, Ahrefs Ahrefs


YouTube expands TikTok rival Shorts to the UK, Canada, Latin America, lets users tap all of YouTube for tunes

One of Google’s strong advantages in the world of online video has been the sheer size of YouTube: currently, the site has more than 2.3 billion monthly active users and over 500 hours of content uploaded every minute. Now, Google and YouTube are hoping to leverage some of that heft as it goes head to head with TikTok. Shorts, YouTube’s TikTok rival for building 60-second videos set to music that launched first in India and then expanded to the U.S., is now opening up in three more regions — the...
Tags: Google, TC, UK, Youtube, India, Tech, Latin America, Universal Music Group, UK Canada, YouTube Shorts, UK Canada Latin America, TikTok Shorts YouTube, Instagram Reels Snapchat Spotlight



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