Weekly Digital Roundup 05th-10th October

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Meta warns as many as one million Facebook users that their logins may have been compromised by 400 malicious Android and Apple apps designed to steal personal Facebook logins.

Facebook

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Advertisers can now run ads on the Explore home page and in profile feeds.

Instagram

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YouTube introduces Player for Education and Courses, which is a feature that will let video creators offer online classes for a fee or free of charge.

YouTube

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Twitter has released a new update that will allow users to share multiple types of media – gifs, photos, videos, and memes – in a single Tweet.

Twitter

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Dailyhunt has entered into a one-year strategic partnership with LinkedIn to make LinkedIn’s News and insights available on the Dailyhunt app.

LinkedIn

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Google Ads is rolling out an update for app marketers designed to increase revenue earned from in-app advertisements.

Google

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Google made it clear that the future of search is visual via its views on AI Images. For B2B companies, it may require extra creativity to succeed and compete with the visualization updates.

Google

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