Proposed Legislation Makes Some Online Political Ads More Transparent, but It Doesn’t Cover Many Gray Areas

The Honest Ads Act, a new bill introduced in Congress, would force tech platforms with 50 million monthly users to disclose ad buys of more than $500.

U.S. Lawmakers Plan to Introduce a Bipartisan Bill to Improve Transparency for Online Political Ads

The legislation expected on Thursday aims to make the standards the same as those on TV and radio.

Snapchat and NBCUniversal Are Creating a Digital Content Studio for Scripted Shows

The Duplass Brothers are working with Snapchat and NBCUniversal to make more shows.

Facebook’s Oculus Has Hired a New Agency to Finally Make Virtual Reality Mainstream

Oculus debuts its first global ad campaign with Space Camp for the Rift virtual reality headset.

Visual App VSCO Is Launching a Way to Connect Its Talented Users With Brands

VSCO is launching a service to help brands find up-and-coming photographers and videographers. Nike, Strava and Chobani are among the first clients.

Adobe’s New Tool Allows Marketers to More Effectively Advertise on Connected TVs

It's also adding Nielsen measurement.

Google Has Reportedly Found Russia-Linked Ads on YouTube and Gmail

According to the Washington Post, Google has found evidence of Russia-linked ad buys on the platform totaling 'tens of thousands' of dollars.

4 Thoughts on Design From Apple Chief Design Officer Jony Ive

During a conversation at The New Yorker's TechFest, Apple's longtime designer talked about his approach to ideas.

Google Is Opening Pop-Up Doughnut Shops To Promote Its Voice-Activated Mini Speakers

The clever stunt might be taking over a location near you.

Oath Is Shutting Down AOL Instant Messenger for Good

AIM is ending after 20 years.