Apple ditches Bing for Google search

In 2014, Apple dropped Google for its search and switched to Bing for iOS and Mac.  Now, it’s dumping Bing and going back to Google.  The same goes for Siri as well. “Switching to Google as the web search provider for Siri, Search within iOS and Spotlight on Mac will allow these services to have a consistent … Continue reading Apple ditches Bing for Google search

Ad industry revolts against Apple’s browser blocking ad tracking

Apparently the entire digital advertising community is up in arms because Apple is baking anti-tracking into its Safari browser.  Marketers will only be able to track your online behavior for 24 hours before it restarts in the upcoming release. So no more “visit a shoe website once and gets ads for shoes for the next … Continue reading Ad industry revolts against Apple’s browser blocking ad tracking

Safari will also limit ad tech, auto-play videos, and tracking

With ad-tech being so intrusive these days in tracking our movements, you had to wonder when people would say “enough is enough.”  Maybe we’re getting closer. Two moves this month certainly should send a message to providers that are pushing the envelope on online advertising tactics that visitors don’t like.  First, Google confirmed that its … Continue reading Safari will also limit ad tech, auto-play videos, and tracking