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I'm not famous enough to lose promoted tweets. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

I’m not famous enough to lose promoted tweets. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Our Twitter timelines have become swamped with ads and sponsored tweets, but if you’re famous enough, you don’t have to see them.

To provide its “VIP” users with a greater experience, and to prevent them from wandering to rival services, Twitter has all but stopped injecting ads into their timelines.

Google's new Nexus ads are great. Photo: Google

Google’s new Nexus ads are great. Photo: Google

Google has rolled out its first TV ads for the new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P as the more affordable of the two options makes its debut in seven markets around the world. Both ads are just under one minute long, and they let the new phones speak for themselves.

Making fake blood? Google Search can help.

Making fake blood? Google Search can help.

Google is celebrating Halloween early this year with a new ad that reminds us just how useful Search is. The 30-second video demonstrates a number of ways in which Google Search on Android could come in handy while you’re out trick or treating.

Whether you're working out or washing the cat, Play Music has a radio station for you. Photo: Google

Whether you’re working out or washing the cat, Play Music has a radio station for you. Photo: Google

Google is hoping to distract you from Apple Music’s impending launch with a new streaming plan that won’t cost you a penny. Available on desktop and mobile platforms, the service lets you enjoy a whole host of curated playlists supported by ads.

Samsung's new ad is all too familiar for Apple fans. Photo: Samsung

Samsung’s new ad is all too familiar for Apple fans. Photo: Samsung

Wondering how Samsung makes the Galaxy S6 edge’s curved glass display? Wonder no more, because the South Korean company reveals all in a brand new S6 edge ad that seems all too familiar to Apple fans.

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