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Google rolls out a lightning-fast new type of online ad

As clunky, slow-loading ads drive people to ad blockers, some of Google's search ads are about to get a welcome speed boost. The company said Tuesday that it's expanding its fast-loading Accelerated..

Google Mulls Ways to Banish Bad Ads

google mulls ways to banish bad ads
Google reportedly has been working on a plan to install an ad blocker onto its Chrome browser. It also has been considering a collaboration with Microsoft, Facebook and other firms to develop a set of..
E-Commerce Times

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News video: Google Might Build Ad Blocker Into Chrome

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The move may seem counterintuitive for a company that makes most of its money from advertising.
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News video: Advertising giant Google to unveil an ad-blocking feature for its Chrome browser

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Google, the biggest advertising company on the web, is reportedly working on a native ad-blocker for Chrome. According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, the feature aims to remove those ads..
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Can Google's ad blocker save the online ad industry from itself?

The idea that Google, the web's biggest advertising company, is reportedly preparing to launch an ad blocker sounds absurd on its face. It's a bit like a jewelry store hiring a ring of diamond thieves..

Is a Google-made Chrome ad-blocker the answer to intrusive advertising?

In case you missed it, rumors are rife that Google will soon introduce an ad blocker in Chrome. Understandably, there's concern about the power that would give Google over the advertising industry and..

Google’s decision to introduce ad-blocker in Chrome hailed by publishers

Google is preparing to introduce an ad-blocker to Chrome browser despite fears that it would hit their online advertising revenues — a move that has been hailed by publishers in the US and Europe,..
BGR India

Despite the effect on revenue, Google Chrome to soon launch ad-blockers

Google will soon introduce an ad-blocker to its Chrome browser despite reservations that the move would hit their advertising revenue. The movie, however, has been hailed by publishers in the United..

Publishers warm to Google plan for Chrome ad-blocker

Restrictions on widely used internet browser could hit online advertising revenues

Ad-Blocking Just Might Save The Ad Industry

By Klint Finley for WIRED.The Coalition for Better Ads, a consortium of ad, publishing, and tech companies, wants to save the advertising industry — by killing it. Or at least parts of it. Companies..
Huffington Post

Industry-wide ad blocking could finally acknowledge that online advertising has problems

industry-wide ad blocking could finally acknowledge that online advertising has problems
A roll-out of industry-wide ad blocking would be a benefit for users who would see less disruptive ads, but would also put a significant amount of power in the hands of Google and Facebook. Google..
Business Insider

Google vs. Ad Blockers: If You Can't Beat 'Em, Join 'Em

Google is reportedly developing an ad blocker for its popular Chrome web browser. But why?
Motley Fool

Friday's Morning Email: The Next Special Election To Pay Attention To

-TOP STORIES- (And want to get The Morning Email each weekday? Sign up here.) *THIS IS THE NEXT SPECIAL ELECTION YOU’LL HEAR ABOUT *The DCCC just made Montana the next..
Huffington Post

Microsoft Joins Google in Efforts to Create Built-in Browser Ad Blocker

microsoft joins google in efforts to create built-in browser ad blocker
Earlier this week it has emerged that Google planned to develop a built-in ad blocker for Chrome browser, and now it looks like Microsoft is part of the project as well. A report from AdAge reveals..

Why Google adding native ad-blocker into Chrome could be the right move

Google, the world’s top advertising company, could soon be adding native ad-blocker support into the widely-used Chrome browser. The search engine giant is likely to integrate the feature in the next..
BGR India

Here’s how many people use ad blockers around the world (GOOG)

here’s how many people use ad blockers around the world (goog)
Google will soon announce a built-in ad blocking tool for its Chrome web browser, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. At first, that seems a bit odd. Digital advertising is Google’s..
Business Insider

Google may build native ad-blocking into mobile & desktop versions of Chrome

Despite the company's own dependence on ads, Google is reportedly planning to build a native ad-blocker into the mobile and desktop versions of its Chrome browser -- presumably including Apple's iOS..

Why Google Might Be Building An Ad Blocker Into Chrome

why google might be building an ad blocker into chrome
Watch VideoA company that makes most of its money from advertising may be working on a feature to block ads. That's right — Google is apparently planning to add a built-in ad-blocker to its Chrome..
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Google reportedly planning ad blocker for all versions of Chrome

google reportedly planning ad blocker for all versions of chrome
Google is said to be working on an advert blocker for its Chrome browser, which could put it in a dangerously monopolistic position as the provider of the most ads online and the company who controls..
Digital Trends

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