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AOL launches Smart Yield beta
Monday, June 5, 2017 by Richard Harris
AOL has announced the beta launch of Smart Yield, a mobile-first solution that solves the challenge of leveling the demand bidding playing field for mobile publishers. By creating a unified auction, Smart Yield provides advertisers with the inventory they want and mobile publishers and app developers with the opportunity to gain the highest possible yield for each impre...
ONE by AOL: Mobile: Self-serve capabilities for mobile SSP
Wednesday, January 25, 2017 by Richard Harris
AOL has announced new self-serve capabilities for its programmatic mobile supply-side platform, ONE by AOL: Mobile (ONE), which launched in 2016. The new self-serve functionality meets the monetization needs of mobile-first app developers and publishers by maximizing mobile ad inventory and providing complete transparency and control. Through the platform, app economy p...
Smaato Adds New Management API to its Mobile Monetization Platform
Friday, June 3, 2016 by Richard Harris
Smaato has released updates to its SPX publisher platform adding a new management API to better facilitate mobile publishers and app developers ability to access and use Smaato to monetize their apps and mobile websites.With programmatic access to all SPX functions, the SPX Management API, along with the existing SPX Reporting API, provides the ability to connect Smaato...
Fuse Powered Announces the Acquisition of Corona Labs Mobile Game and App Development Platform
Tuesday, November 4, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
Fuse Powered, a mobile monetization platform based in Canada, has announced that it has acquired Corona Labs and its mobile game and app development platform. All According to Walter Luh, CEO/Founder of Corona Labs, “Let me be crystal clear that Corona is not going away – quite the opposite. Everyone on the team (including me) is joining Fuse and we’ll continue to ...